We at Western India Natrue Tours offers private car with a driver for private day tour for Visiting the Ajmer Pushkar city and near by places. As it is the best way to visit Ajmer - Pushkar city by a private car and driver. This service is highly recommendable by the visitors as it is cost effective, time saving and safe.
Western India Natrue Tours has a nice fleet of Cars of all range along with a professional and Experienced driver. All our cars are spaceious, comforatble and equipped with all safety equipments.
Our comapany is among the best in Jaipur as its recongnized by Ministry of tourism, Government of India. We have well experienced staff who is always dedicated towards their work and towards each and every request of the tourists which helps us serve the best. Moreover our wide and enhanced network, best variety of Day Tours and Cheapest car rentals services allows the tourists to have and memorable trip.
Tour Starts : Every Day 8AM from your Hotel
Tour Ends : Every Day 6 PM at your Hotel
Tour Type: Private or in Group.
Arrival Jaipur : In the morning pick up from the hotel and warm welcome by Travel India Tour representative, escort to your car, and moving towards the day trip to Ajmer and Pushkar.
(3 hrs drive) Ana Sagar visit :
Ana Sagar– This large lake, created in the 12 th century by damming the river Luni, is set against the blue grey hills that are reflected on its surface. On its bank are two green parks the Subhash Bagh and the Dault Bagh, containing a series of marble pavilions errected in 1637 by Shah Jahan.Dargah of Khwaja Muin-ud-din Chishti visit :
Dargah of Khwaja Muin-ud-din Chishti– This is the tomb of a Sufi saint Khwaja Muin ud din Chishti, who came to Ajmer from Persia in 1192 and died here in 1236. The tomb gained its significance during the time of Mughals. You have to cover your head in certain parts of the shrine,so remember to take a scarf or cap. Pilgrims and sufis come from all over the world on the anniversary of the saint’s death.
Bala Qila – This imposing fort, with its 5kms ramparts, stands 300 m above the city, its fortifications hugging the steep incline. It is one of the few forts in Rajasthan built before the rise of the Mughals.Akbar’s Palace visit
Akbar’s Palace – Not far from the main post office, Akbar built this imposing building in 1570, partly as a pleasue retreat, but mainly to keep an eye on pesky local chiefs. This is just part of the originals impressive fortifications.
Pushkar is a relatively small town and easy enough to get around on foot There are no auto-rickshaw in the town center. A bicycle is best to get around.
Pushkar main bazaar is a tangle of narrow lanes lined with an assortments of interesting small shops.
Particularly good buys include silver and beaded jewellery, embroidered fabrics, bed and cushion covers. Rajasthani puppets and fusion music. Its also great place to but books. There's is a excellent range of second hand novels in various language available.
Things to do
Each year, up to 200,000 people flock to Pushkar for the Camel Fair, bringing with them some 50,000 camels and cattle for several days of pilgrimage, horse dealing, camel racing and colorful festivities.
The Rajasthan tourist office has promoted the fair as an international attraction by adding Rajasthan dance programs and other cultural events and by putting up a huge ten city for the Indian and foreign visitor.
Places to See
Pushkar boasts temples, through few are as ancient pilgrimage site many were destroyed by Aurangzeb and subsequently rebuilt. The most famous is what is said to be the only temple in India dedicated to Brahma. It's marked by a red spire and over the entrance gateway is the Hans, or goose symbol, of Brahma, who is said to have personally chosen Pushkar as its site. The Rangji Temple chosen is also important.
The one - hour trek up to the hilltop temple overlooking the lake is best made early in the morning; the view is magnificent.
Numerous ghats run down to the lake, and pilgrims are constantly bathing in the lake's holy waters. If you wish to join them, do it with respect - remove your shoes, don't smoke and don't take photographs. This is not Varanasi and the pilgrim here can be very touchy about insensitive instruction by non - Hindus.
After visiting Ajmer, route to Jaipur and the tour ends here with drop at the Hotel, and we hope that Ajmer has been able to create a magical place in your heart, which will be cherished and remembered throughout your life. We thank you for providing us the privilege to serve you as our prestigious guests.
Price par person : 65 USD* ( till 31 March 2014)
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