Ajmer Sharif is famous as a pilgrimage site. Ajmer houses the Dargah, or tomb, of the popular Sufi Saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chisti. Millions of pilgrims from all over the world throng Ajmer to attend the anniversary of this great Sufi saint every year. The city also boasts of a number of monuments dating back to the Mughal era. The city is also well known for its traditional handicrafts. Beside the Dargah of Moinuddin Hasan Chisti, Ajmer is also known for the Brahma temple at Pushkar. Thousands of Hindu pilgrims throng Pushkar ever year.
The most important tourist spot in Ajmer is the Dargah or tomb of
Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti. The Ana Sagar Lake and Daulat Bagh Garden are
other important sites in the city. Ajmer also boasts of an imposing fort
built by Akbar, which also houses the Government Museum within it. The
Nasiyan (Red) Jain Temple built in the 19th century is also worth paying
a visit to. For many tourists, Pushkar is a great place to witness the
world famous Camel Fair. Thousands of foreign tourists gather at Pushkar
to see the colorful Pushkar Camel fair every year.