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Abdullah khan's tomb
The simple yet elegant Abdullah Khan's Tomb is built in 1710 AD using white marble the tomb is a splendid memoir that was constructed by Sayyaid brothers for their father. The tomb is located on a raised platform with four steps. The rectangular tomb has been designed with four towers and bended arches that are ornamental. The tomb reflects the designs of later Mughal era and a plaque mentions another mosque close to it but all that remains today is another imposing tomb of Abdullah Khan's wife.

Adhai din ka johnpra
Beyond the dargah, on the town outskirts, are the extraordinary ruins of the Adhai-din-ka-Jhonpra mosque. According to legend, construction in 1153 took 2½ days. Others say it was named after a festival lasting 2½ days. It was built as a Sanskrit college, but in 1198 Mohammed of Ghori seized Ajmer and converted the building into a mosque by adding a seven-arched wall covered with Islamic calligraphy in front of the pillared hall. Although in need of restoration, it's an exquisite piece of architecture, with soaring domes, pillars and a beautiful arched screen, largely built from pieces of Jain and Hindu temples.

Akbar's place and museum
Small but elegant citadel, built by Emperor Akbar, this palace lures the tourists with its invincible structure. Flanked by two parallel dense walls, this was the place where Jahangir met the British ambassador Sir Thomas Roe. Constructed in the year 1570, this palace is considered as one among the mightiest citadel in the southeast part of Rajasthan.

Ana sagar lake
A mute testimony to the volatile history of Ajmer, Ana Sagar Lake has been a witness to the rise and fall of numerous dynasties since the 12th century when it was created on the orders of King Anaji. This beautiful lake is surrounded with exquisite architectural delights such as the marble pavilion by Shahjahan and the holy Khobra Behroon Shrine, lending beauty to the monuments. It was the foresight of the King to provide natural waters to the city by blocking the fast flowing waters of the river Luni. It is a beautiful picnic spot for the tourists and locals alike and is at its majestic best from October to March.

Anted ki mata temple
The festivity of Ajmer is better represented in the Anted ki Mata Temple. This Jain temple reflects the traditional culture and saints of the Jain Digamber Sect. The temple showcases numerous chhatris and chabutras while the detailed paintings, carvings and other sculptures over the cenotaphs symbolize the rich tradition and culture of Jain community. Rakshabandan, the festival of brotherhood is celebrated with great pomp and show at this temple.

Durga bagh
A charming garden on the banks of the majestic Ana Sagar Lake is Durga Bag. The park built in 1868 AD by Maharaja Shiv Dan is a lush garden with numerous flowers and is one of the best known gardens in Ajmer. The marble pavilions constructed by the Emperor Shah Jahan also add more visual grandeur to the park. The background titled Shimal was added by Maharaja Mangal Singh to add scenic beauty to the garden.

Foy sagar lake
Another artificial lake, Foy Sagar Lake was built and supervised by Mr. Foy, a British architect. Since its construction in 1891 the Foy Sagar is a pictorial and important source of water, especially portable. This magnificent lake amazes the onlookers with its real natural beauty. This artificial lake was a part of drought relief project. Due to its unique flat shape it looks like a pancake. Today it is a beautiful picnic spot popular with locals and tourists alike.

A tiny locale with numerous attractions which is famous amongst tourists is Kishangarh. Being former capital of Rathores the Kishangarh is a distinct place with attractive paintings of 18th century. Bani Thani a unique style of miniature painting was started here and uses a multitude of colorful and bright colors. Other attractions here include a picturesque picnic spot Gond Talav Lake and Phool Mahal, a flower palace and a renowned heritage hotel. Phool Mahal is famous for the breath taking view of the lake and fort.

Mayo college and museum
The architectural grandeur of white marbled Mayo College and Museum is enticing. Built in 1875 by the Viceroy of British India, this building is an apt example for Indo-Saracen architecture. Mayo is also one of the prestigious educational institutions of India and is also considered as the Eton of the East. The college hosts a Museum displaying priceless artifacts, antiquities and arsenal.

Roopangarh fort
A beautiful monument of the 17th century, Roopangarh Fort illuminates royal elegance was built by the Maharaja Roop Singh. Roopangarh Fort showcases the royal lifestyle of the kings like the open log fires, olden passageways, regal furniture, jails, armories granaries, foundries etc. The fort has been refurbished and converted into a luxury hotel while keeping the royal elegance intact.

India to be built on a hill. It was originally called Ajameru Doorg and was built by Raja Ajairaj Chauhan who was the king of Sapadlaksh territory. Taragarh has a long and checkered history having changed hands with the Rajput, Muslim, Maratha and the British conquerors during many historic battles and nerve- wrecking sieges. Constructed in AD 1354 upon a steep hillside, the Taragarh was the first fort in

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