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MERWAR - MARWAR CIRCUIT
Ajmer - Pushkar - Merta - Nagaur
 
 
He Spiritual Entrada
Mewar - Marwar circuit covers the rural and traditional zones of Rajasthan. This circuit indeed brings the rural and the mythological world closer to each other. Rajasthan is the ultimate destination where the cultural and natural wonders play in the arms of tradition. This cultural rendezvous is bound to enliven the mystical past of this land.Amongst the wildness of the desert echo some unsung and undiscovered tales.
 
Ajmer

The holy city of Rajasthan is located 130 kms west of Jaipur, in a picturesque valley surrounded by the Aravali hills. Founded by Ajaipal Chauhan in 7th century, the city has witnessed a chequered and turbulent history. Ajmer has become a great centre of pilgrimage for both Hindus and Muslims, and is a blend of Hindu and Muslim cultures.

» Dargah Khwaja Sahib : is the final resting place of the great sufi saint - Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti is the most important place of pilgrimage.

» Other places of tourist interest in Ajmer are : Adhai din ka Jhopra, Ana Sagar, Taragarh Fort, Mayo College, Anted ki Mata Temple, Kishangarh.

 
Merta
Founded by Rao Duda, the fourth son of Rao Jodha of Jodhpur in the 15th century, is a fortified town has many old temples and mosques. Jama Masjid, the famous mosque was built by the Mughal ruler Aurangzeb on the ruins of a Shiva temple. It is surrounded by many Hindu temples. The temple of Charbhuja - the tutelary deity of Mertias, is associated with Princess Meera Bai - the mystical medieval poetess, a staunch follower of Lord Krishna. The other points of interest are Dudasagar, the 'Lake of Duda', ashram ofMauniBaba, and magnificent cenotaphs dotting the nearby plains.
 
 
Nagaur

The fortified city amidst the Thar, boasts of a chivalrous past and multi-storyed buildings with great architectural beauty. The town is cordoned in by massive ramparts and has to be entered through stately gates. At the main entrance to the town there is a complex of royal cenotaphs. The fort contains many royal apartments like Moti Mahal, Badal Mahal and Hawa Mahal. The Baradari is decorated with beautiful frescoes and murals. The ancient Tarkin-ki-Daroah is worth visiting.