2 days with bike


Explore the wonderful location of the desert state Rajasthan, Ajmer which is the home of many magnificent forts and many other heritage sites. This marvelous place is also a pilgrimage destination is the 5th largest and an ancient city of Rajasthan.

Beautifully studded in the Aravalli ranges the mesmerizing destination Ajmer was founded by Ajayraj Singh Chauhan in 7th century A.D. the brave Chauhan rulers ruled the state for a very long time and later Pritviraj Chauhan lost the hold afire the defeat in the battle with Mohammed Ghori. The name Ajmer means to be an invisible spine and the city is ruled by several brave emperors. This beautiful city is the home of a number of dynasties and each and every ruler marked his own signature by constructing a marvelous fort or castle making the city an attractive destination.


Pushkar is one of the most ancient cities of India. Located in Rajasthan’s Ajmer district in midst of Aravali range, Pushkar is often called tirtha-raj, which literally means the king of pilgrim sites. It is also among the five pilgrim sites or dhams for people following Hinduism. There are several temples in Pushkar and the most famous temple is the Brahma temple, which is one of the few temples dedicated to Brahma in the world. Pushkar is also famous for the Pushkar Lake, which has 52 ghats. Pilgrims from across the country visit the lake to take a dip in its holy water. The sacred Pushkar Lake resounds with the chants and hymns from the 400 blue colored temples located on its banks. Pushkar is also called ‘the rose garden of Rajasthan’, because of the flower farming in and around the city. These flowers are exported across the world. Surrounded by hills, Pushkar is a popular destination among the devotees and tourists alike. In the recent years, Pushkar has become one of the most famous tourist destinations among Indian as well as international tourists. The annual Pushkar Camel Fair, which is held in November, is a major crowd puller.