Ajmer city is situated in a valley surrounded by the ancient ‘Aravalli’ range in Rajasthan. It got its name from ‘Ajay Meru’, which means the ‘Invincible Mountain’. The city is still gathered its heritage culture and located at the west of Jaipur. People from the world come here to visit Ajmer Sharif and Adhai Din ka Jhonpra. It is also a base of Pushkar where one and only one Brahma Temple is situated.
Languages are spoken here are: Hindi, Sindhi, Urdu, English and Rajasthani. If you want to see the colors of night, then you should view its vibrant fireworks show. Here the sand dunes and unique topology has an appealing attraction. Furthermore, you can try various Rajasthani cuisines such as Dal Bati Churma, Bajre ki Khichdi. You would also love to have Gatte ki sabzi which is just amazing and you will not be able to stop yourself by licking up your fingers. Moreover, you can taste the various sweets which will certainly steal your heart.
Ajmer is well-known for its Rajasthani miniature paintings and meenakari jewelry which you can buy from here. Moreover, if you are an art lover, then you can get a blue pottery in Ajmer which is so beautiful and attractive. The city is filled with many festivals and events where a blend of culture and traditions could be seen in one place. Here, spending some time will surely refresh you and when you will back to your work, you will feel more energy inside you.