Festivals in Ajmer
Celebrate the festivals
of Ajmer with gaiety, joy and traditional rituals. By
virtue of being a Muslim majority area, Id and Urs are
celebrated with great festive enthusiasm. Hindu festivals
such as Teej, Holi and Diwali are celebrated with equal
Explore a world of lavish religious customs and traditional
rituals that entice you with their mystic appeal.
Festival celebrations in Ajmer and Rajasthan as a whole play
a very significant role in brightening up the cultural mosaic
of the land of 'martial warriors'.
Women dress up in gay colors and chunky jewelry, anoint their
hands with exotic henna patterns and perform religious rituals.
Men busy themselves in preparing lavish feasts and cultural
Arid Ajmer springs to life with bright colored 'chadars'
that are brought by devoted Muslims from all over India and
abroad during the Urs celebrations. These chadars are offered
at the Dargah of Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti on the occasion
of his death anniversary.
Ajmer glitters with joyous expression of happiness as people
from all walks of life come together to pay their respects
to the harbinger of peace and Islam in India during the Urs
People travel to Ajmer and treat it as a base from where
they tour the famous Pushkar festival that is held annually
in Pushkar located near Ajmer, Rajasthan, India.
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