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Ajmer

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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.

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"Ajmer" is a musical album of Imrat Khan.

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Google previewProvincial Series (1908)

Central Provinces

_ Ajmer is an important railway centre, and the local emporium for the trade of the adjoining parts of Rajputana. The locomotive, carriage, and wagon' shops of the Rajputana-Malwa Railway are established here, which employ about 7,000 ...

Google previewAnnual Report of the Missionary Society, Sunday-School Union and Tract Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church (1910)

by Methodist Episcopal Church. Missionary Society

Ajmer is a city of considerable manufacturing activity. Methodist Episcopal mission work was begun in 1883. The other Boards at work are the United Free Church of Scotland and the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. Mi.r. ri0naries.

Google previewImperial Gazetteer of India (1908)

Provincial Series

Ajmer is an important railway centre, and the local emporium for the trade of the adjoining parts of Rajputana. The locomotive, carriage, and wagon shops of the Rajputana-Malwa Railway are established here, which employ about 7,000 ...

Google previewImperial Gazetteer of India ... (1908)

by James Sutherland Cotton, Sir Richard Burn, Sir William Stevenson Meyer

Ajmer is an important railway centre, and the local emporium for the trade of the adjoining parts of Rajputana. The locomotive, carriage, and wagon shops of the RajputSna-Malwa Railway are industries11 established here, which employ ...

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.

Google previewDirty God (2012)

Jesus in the Trenches by Johnnie Moore

AJMER ISN'T A PLACE OF GREAT SIGNIFICANCE to most people. It's an almost invisible town —a small outpost of life crunched into the lifeless deserts of western India along the Pakistan border. Ajmer is a place where a gaggle of everyday ...

Google previewMigrants and Militants (2004)

Fun and Urban Violence in Pakistan by Oskar Verkaaik

Ajmer is an important place of pilgrimage for ...

Google previewParadigms of Learning (2004)

The Total Literacy Campaign in India by Malavika Karlekar

Ajmer is a drought-prone district. Despite below average rainfall and almost no irrigation facilities, the main occupation of the people is agriculture and dairy. Unemployment and underemployment are serious problems as most of the area is ...

Google previewAnnual Report (1911)

by Methodist Episcopal Church. Board of Foreign Missions

Ajmer is a city of considerable manufacturing act1v1ty. Methodist Episcopal mission work was begun in 1883. The other boards at work are the United Free Church of Scotland and the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. Missionaries: ...

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, ...

Google previewKnow about India (1994)

by Bits 'N' Bytes

A Ajmer is a prominent city of Raj asthan, almost in the middle of the state. It lies at the foot of the Taragarh Hill. During Akbar's reign it had become the military headquarters. In the long past this city was also associated with the romantic name ...

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 ...

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 ...

Google previewMountains of India (2002)

Tourism, Adventure and Pilgrimage by M.S. Kohli

Ajmer is a major pilgrim destination for the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent, as it houses the tomb of great 1 3th century Sufi Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti. Pushkar is one of the holiest of Hindu pilgrim centres. In the month of November every ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Islam (2009)

by Juan Eduardo Campo

Ajmer is a major Muslim pilgrimage center located in central Rajasthan in the northwest of india. It has been an urban settlement since at least the 11th century and is located in a region of considerable religious significance to Hindus, Jains, ...

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

by H. S. Singha

AJMER CHAND, RAJA : Raja Ajmer Chand was the ruler of Kahlur ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the British Empire (1996)

by James Stuart Olson, Robert Shadle

Ajmer was, and is, one of the major ...

Google previewGrove Encyclopedia of Islamic Art & Architecture: Three-Volume Set (2009)

by Jonathan Bloom, Sheila Blair

Ajmer [anc. Ajayameru]. City in Rajasthan, India . An important center of Jainism in...

Google previewDictionary of Wars (2013)

by George Childs Kohn

Aurangzeb moved the imperial court to Ajmer in the supportive Hindu state of Amber (]aipur), recaptured Ajit Singh (who had been briefly rescued by Rajput soldiers), defeated and annexed Marwar (1679), reimposed the hated poll tax ( jizya) ...

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