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Visitors to Pushkar have enough sightseeing opportunities at Pushkar and around Pushkar. Excursions are available from Pushkar to the nearby cities of Ajmer and Jaipur offering tourists enough opportunities to explore attractions and places of Religious and Historic importance like Dargah Sharif of Khawaja Garib Nawaj, Nasiyan Jain Temple ,Adai Din-Ka-Jhonpra and the various forts and palaces of Jaipur Like Amber Fort ,Jaigarh Fort,Hawa Mahal ,City Palace and Jantar mantar. We can organise sightseeing tours around Pushkar and arrange excursions from Pushkar for our Guests

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Adhai–Din–Ka Jhonpra Ajmer
The City of Ajmer is the closest railhead to Pushkar, well connected to all major cities Ajmer has daily train services from both Delhi and Jaipur. The word “ Adai Din-Ka-Jhonpra” in Hindi literally translates to “ Two-and-Half-Days –Hut” contrary to what is assumed the “ Mosque of Adai Din-Ka-Jhonpra” was not built in two and a half days but took almost 15 years to build. Built primarily out of material recycled and salvaged from the Sanskrit University that stood there before it was plundered and destroyed by the armies of Gohri. The name of the mosque was given much later by a group of Fakirs who stayed in the mosque for two and a half days on their way to the Urs of Panja Sahib.

Dargah Ajmer Sharif-Ajmer-Rajasthan
Khawaja Jee or Garib Nawaj as he is lovingly and respectfully referred to by people of all faiths in India Shaikh Moin-ud-din Chisti was the first of the five Shaikhs of the Chisti order. His Dargah or Shrine at Ajmer is considered as the holiest of Sufi shrines in Asia. Ajmer Sharif attracts pilgrims from all faiths who come to seek his blessings. His annual Urs at Ajmer is attended by devout from as far as Pakistan, Bangladesh , Malaysia and Indonesia. The Mughal empror Akhbar was a devout follower as was his son Jahangir who is said to have been born due to the saints blessings and repeated Sajda by Akhbar at the Dargah Sharif.

Nasiyan Jain Temple-Ajmer-Rajasthan
Located in Ajmer-Rrajasthan , this Jain temple is dedicated to the first Jain Tirthankara, Lord “Adinath” the Nasiyan Jain Temple was built by a rich Jain merchant Seth Moolchand Soni in the 19th century. Besides the Shrine of Lord Adinath The temple houses various tableau depicting the “Pancha- Kalyanaka” or the Five Prominent Episodes in the life of Adinath. Exquisitely carved models covered with Gold leaf and are hand painted in minute detail. Coloured glass and gold work embellish the walls, pillars and ceiling. The various models and gilded tableau depict Jambudvipa, Ayodhya, and the many phases in the worldly passage of the lord. The temple was visited by Lord and lady Irwin, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and many dignitaries who were left spellbound by its artistry , splendor and grace.