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The simple primarily Indian homely cuisine on your travels, or galla buffet with delicious Indian Cuisine for your events and functions. Get a takeaway meal packed for your excursions and onward journey.

With options of outdoor and indoor games, pet friendly dog walks or simply staying put, we help you to rediscover your own pace.

Dargah Sharif

Ajmer’s famous Dargah Sharif is one of the most popular tourist attractions. It is believed that any person who prays with a pure heart here gets all their wishes fulfilled. When visiting Ajmer, you just can’t afford to visit this beautiful and soulful spiritual destination. It is the perfect place to calm your mind, soul, and experience bliss.

Foy Sagar is an artificial lake which is located near Ajmer. The lake was initially created as a Famine relief project but gradually became one of the largest tourist attractions in Ajmer. The picturesque view of the Aravalli Mountains near the lake is heavenly. It is perfect for clicking some memorable shots with your family and loved ones.

Ana Sagar is a man-made lake built by Anaji Chauhan – the grandfather of Prithviraj Chauhan. The Daulat Bagh located near its bank contains a series of marble pavilions. You can visit the lake during the sunset and take a bird’s view of the beautiful city of Ajmer. The lake has several attractions around it, making it a must-visit tourist destination.

Located 1km from the Ajmer Junction and 1.5km from Dargah Sharif, Akbar’s Palace and Museum is a famous tourist attraction in Ajmer. It was built as a home for Mughal emperor Akbar during his visit to Ajmer. It is an architectural masterpiece. Several rooms in the palace are heavily decorated.

Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra is yet another architectural masterpiece of Ajmer. It is a mosque that has an interesting story related to its inception. It is believed that the structure of the mosque was built in just 2.5 days. It was originally a Sanskrit college but later was converted into a mosque.

Mayo College is a famous educational institute in Ajmer. It is a boy’s residential public school in the city of Ajmer and is one of the oldest boarding schools in India. You can visit the destination for its architectural elements and design. It is 2.5km from the Ajmer junction.

It is an architecturally rich heritage temple of Jains. It is also known as the Lal Mandir in Ajmer. It is very close to Ajmer fort; thus, you can easily visit the place from our resort. It is worshipped for Lord Rishabhdev (Agnidev). It is one of the main attractions in Ajmer. Pay a visit to the place to seek peace and experience divinity.

Clock Tower, located at the church road, Alwar is a royal facade that symbolizes the ancient Rajput reign, giving a commanding view of the nearby locality. It is one of the prominent landmarks in Ajmer.
Visit the clock tower at any hour of the day (preferably evening) and enjoy the city view amidst lights.

Pushkar Lake

The beautiful Pushkar Lake is one of the most visited and prominent tourist places in Pushkar. It is also a famous pilgrimage site as it is encircled by numerous temples and ghats. The lake attracts thousands of devotees every year who want to spend some spiritual time and attain salvation in the holy water of this lake.

It is one of the most famous temples in Pushkar. This pious temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and his incarnation Lord Rangji. One can find other idols as well in this temple-like Goddess Laxmi, Goddamaji, Lord Krishna, etc. It is one of the prominent tourist attractions points in Pushkar.

You can attend the sacred evening aarti at Varaha Ghat Temple. The atmosphere becomes serene and calm as soon as the chants from the evening aarti fill the environment. The sweet fragrance of incense, roses, and sound of bells is mesmerizing – a much-needed break from the nuisance of the outer world.

Pushkar is famous for its religious places and ghats where one can spend a peaceful evening. The Gau Ghat is also famous for its prayers and echo of chants. Experience peace amidst temple bells and hymns at Gau Ghat at Pushkar, which is only a short distance from Chitvan.

It is believed that the place was once visited by the two most famous Sikh Gurus – Guru Gobind Singh and Guru Nanak Dev. The main priest is believed to possess a handwritten copy of the religious scripture of Sikhism – Guru Granth Sahib. Visit the place to enjoy a sense of calmness and relaxation.

You can’t afford to miss the famous Pushkar Camel Fair mostly held each year in November. It is India’s one of the most high-rated travel experiences. It is a one-time opportunity for visitors to experience the culture and colors of Rajasthan.

The man mahal in Pushkar is a visual treat for visitors due to its rich architectural structure. It is believed to be the biggest royal home ever built in the city. It is located near Sarovar Lake – another popular tourist attraction in Pushkar. It is an impressive piece of our rich culture and heritage and you must give it a visit during your stay at Chitvan.

It is a heritage temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and is located near the Brahma’s temple in Pushkar, Rajasthan. It is regarded as one of the deeply rooted and sacred temples of Lord Shiva and is encircled by copper-made snakes. It is an underground shrine. It is believed that the temple is sinking deeper into the earth over the years.

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