While on a holiday to Ranthambore and Jaipur, we decided to take a day's excursion to Pushkar and Ajmer. Ajmer is a city founded by Prithviraj Chauhan. The city has narrow roads and has heavy traffic of all sort of vehicles.
Dargah sharrif is a religious destination visited by people of all faith. VVIPS also visit the Dargah.
But I regret to state that the place needs attention and care of authorities who manage this attraction. The area surrounding the place is overcrowded, dirty and flooded with beggars and touts. All are warned of pick-pocketers.
The only motorable approach is closed and open only to VIPs. One has to take an auto or cycle - rikshaw to reach Dargah, the route is narrow ,crowded and dirty. Hotels too are not upto the mark.
As a religious place , it has its own importance, but otherwise it should be avoided.
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