Places To Visit In Ajmer

Ajmer is one of the most famous tourist destination in state Rajasthan. The city is surrounded by natural beauty and known for religious spots of Hindu, jains and Muslims. The city receives thousands of visitors every year from all around the world. The city is also most famous for Dargah Sharif.

Dargah Sharif : Dargah Sharif is one of the holiest places of worship in India. The place is famous not only for Muslims but also for devotees of every faith. The place has some spiritual beliefs associated with it. It is the resting place of saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti who came from Persia and devoted his whole life to help poors. .

Nasiyan Jain Temple : Nasiyan Jain Temple is also known as Lal Temple and is located at Prithvi Raj Marg in Ajmer. The temple is devoted to lord Adinath. The temple has an idol of Lord Adinath along with a museum. The museum depicts the life of Lord Adinath. The walls of the Temple is beautifully decorated with wall paintings and glass illustrations.

Ana Sagar Lake : It is a well known man made lake constructed by Maharaja Anaji Tomar, the grandfather of Prithvi raj Chauhan.  In the center of the lake, there is an Island which is accessible by boat. It is among one of the most popular and largest lakes in India. The lake is surrounded by Daulat Bagh, which is one of the most famous garden of Ajmer.

Adhai Din Ka Jhopara : It is a famous Masjid built by Qutub-ud-Din-Aibak.  The site gets fame as it is believed that the site was constructed in two and half days. The place receives large number of tourists from all around the world. It is an amazing place to visit.

Nareli Jain Temple: It is one of the most famous Jain Temple which is 7 km away from Ajmer city. The Temple gives the perfect amalgam of traditional and architectural styles. On the top of the hill there are 24 miniature temples which are also known as 24 Jainalay. It is a famous pilgrimage site of Digambara.



Culture of Kerala

Kerala- God’s own country is the southern state of IndiaKerala is the land of natural beauty and greenery or Land of Coconut trees. Kerala is one of the most cultured and peace loving states in India. Kerala is famous for its dance forms, music and art and craft. Kerala has a rich cultural heritage and is influenced by three main religions named Hinduism, Christianity and Islam.

Kerala’s cultural traditions are music, dance forms and sculptures. Several dance forms are originated in Kerala and the most popular is Kathakali Dance form. Kathakali was originated over 300 years ago and it is the combination of dance, music, ritual and drama. It is one of the oldest dance forms of india. Some other famous dances of Kerala are Mohiniyattom, Thullal, Krishnanattom, Koddiyattom, Thiruvathirakali, Oppanna and Chavittunatakom. Songs like Ayyappanpaatu, Kalamezhuthupaatu, Bhandrakalipaatu, Thiruvathirakali, Kolattam and Kummi shows the music culture of Kerala.

The mother tongue of Kerala is Malayalam and it is believed that Parasurama is the creator of Kerala. He converted a portion of sea into land by throwing his axe. The main food of Kerala is rice along with curries of vegetables, fish and eggs. Kerala is also rich in celebrating festivals. Onam is the national festival of Kerala. The state has its own sports culture and folk games.

Kerala is famous for metal carvings and wood like sandalwood, rosewood, metal jewellery, lamp stands, floor mats, purses, coconut shell, statues and paintings of elephants. Kerala is also famous for handicraft items. A wooden face of Kathakali dancer is available in various colors, shapes and sizes.

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Colorful Festivals Of Rajasthan

Rajasthan is rich in culture and heritage and is full of festivals. Rajasthan is famous for lakes, desserts, palaces, forts, monuments and vibrant markets. Rajasthan is the place which attracts large number of tourists from all around the world. There are some colorful and popular festivals of Rajasthan to experience culture and tradition of Rajasthan.

Teej : Teej is the most popular festival in which Women in Rajasthan fast for marital bliss and this festival plays an important roles in the lives of women. The festival is celebrated in the honour of Parvati also known as Teej Mata. In this festival women adorn themselves with the jewellery, dance and enjoy swing. Ghewar is prepared specially on this day and is served as Prasad. Pushkar Fair : Pushkar Fair is celebrated every year in the month of Kartik. The fair is considered a s the largest platform to buy and sell camels, cattles and horses. This festival also gives witness to the performances like camel dancing and other various things. Owners decorate camels with jewellery, paints and cloths. On last day, music performances and live dance are organised to enjoy the culture of Rajasthan.
Mahashivratri : Mahashivratri is celebrated in all over India. Lots of myths are associated with this festival. In this festival, Lord Shiva is promoted with honey, bel leaves and flowers.Women keep a fast on this day. Celebrations takes place all over the night and people sing devotional songs. People also takes a dip in the holy river Ganga.
Navratri : Navratri is considered as most auspicious 9 days of Hindu Calender. It is celebrated with great fervour in Rajasthan. Worship and fasting takes place in the daytime and the nights are celebrated with dancing.
Elephant Fair : Elephant festival is celebrated on the day of holi and it is one of the most traditional festivals of Rajasthan. In this festivals elephants are decorated with colorful swings, heavy jewellery.

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