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Ajmer is the 5th largest city in Rajasthan and is the centre of the eponymous Ajmer District. Ajmer has a population of around 551,360 in its urban agglomeration and 542,580 for the city, and is located 135 kilometres west of Jaipur, the state capital, 190 km from Kota, 274 km from Udaipur, 439 km from Jaisalmer, and 391 km from Delhi.


"Ajmer" is a musical album of Imrat Khan.

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Google previewThird Millennium BC Climate Change and Old World Collapse (2013)

by H. Nüzhet Dalfes, George Kukla, Harvey Weiss

Pushkar Lake near Ajmer is a fresh water lake without any surface outlet. R. N. Ghosh (1975) has offered some evidence that there is a subsurface flow of water out of the lake toward the north and the now dry Sarasvati Riverine system. If this hypothesis is to explain the salt concentration, then changes must be accounted for in the amount of water coming into these basins and the method by which it gets there. For example, there is contemporary evidence that water enters the lakes ...

Google previewAdvances in Computer and Computational Sciences (2017)

Proceedings of ICCCCS 2016 by Sanjiv K. Bhatia, Krishn K. Mishra, Shailesh Tiwari, Vivek Kumar Singh

Ajmer is a perfect place that can be symbolized for demonstration of Indian culture, ethics and display of perfect blend of wide plethora of diverse religion, community, culture, linguistics, etc., all coexisting and flourishing in peace and harmony. This city is known for the famous Dargah Sharif, Pushkar Lake, Brahma Temple and many more evidences of history.

Google previewMigrants and Militants (2004)

Fun and Urban Violence in Pakistan by Oskar Verkaaik

Ajmer is an important place of pilgrimage for ...

Google previewMasked Performance (1996)

The Play of Self and Other in Ritual and Theatre by John Emigh

Ajmer is a pilgrimage site for Muslims, since it houses the Chisti Dargah, shrine to the thirteenth-century Sufi saint, Mu-in al-Din Sanjari, whose memory is honored by many Hindus as well. ' Ali (b. Abi Talib) was the Prophet Mohammed's son-in-law and heir, the fourth Caliph of ...

Google previewCratons and Fold Belts of India (2009)

by Ram Sharma

The Ana Sagar granite gneiss near Ajmer is a possible extension of the inlier, since the former rocks are dated at 2.58 Ga (Tobisch et al., 1994). The gneiss- amphibolite association of the BGC from most part of Rajasthan, particularly from central region, shows ample evidence of partial melting that gave rise to pods and bands or layers of quartzo-feldspathic material (leucosome) within the gneisses and hornblende-biotite schist/gneiss and amphibolites. Not infrequently the ...

Google previewLonely Planet India (2015)

by Lonely Planet, Sarina Singh, Michael Benanav, Abigail Blasi, Paul Clammer, Mark Elliott, Paul Harding, Anirban Mahapatra, John Noble, Kevin Raub

The following table shows a sample of governmentrun buses leaving from the main bus stand in Ajmer. In addition to these, there are lessfrequent 'deluxe' coach services running to major destinations such as Delhi and Jaipur. There is a 24hour cloakroom at the bus stand ( 10 per bag per day). TRAIN Ajmer is a busy train junction. To book tickets.

Google previewRaj Rhapsodies: Tourism, Heritage and the Seduction of History (2012)

by Dr Maxine Weisgrau, Ms Carol Henderson

a designation repeated in other government-sponsored links and websites: Today, Ajmer is a popular pilgrimage centre for the Hindus as well as Muslims. Especially famous is the Dargah Sharif – tomb of the Sufi saint Khwaja Moin-ud-din Chisti. (Rajasthan Government 2006). The website acknowledges the religious significance of the shrine to Muslims, while emphasizing its general appeal. The website highlights the Dargah's historical association with the ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Sikhism (over 1000 Entries) (2000)

by H. S. Singha

AJMER CHAND, RAJA : Raja Ajmer Chand was the ruler of Kahlur (Bilaspur) in the Shivalik Hills. Anandpur fell ...

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