Ajmer is full of energetic and noisy activity city, located 360 km and 120 km southwest of delhi Jaipur respectively and just 12 km from the femous pilgrimage town of Pushkar. The city of Ajmer gets its name from “Ajay Meru”, which can be roughly translated as “invincible hill”. The city was make by Raja Ajaypal Chauhan in the around 6-7th century AD. There can be a perfect representation of the diversity of the Indian art&culture and ethics, moral and displays a perfect blend of religion, community, culture, etc., coexisting and flourishing in harmony. Ajmer Remains a popular tourist attraction, in addition to being a pilgrimage main centre for Hindus and Muslims and other religen. The final resting place of the Sufi Saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chisti, is attrected by Muslims from all over the world; in fact, the Dargah is revered equally by Muslims and other religen. The city is surrounded by the Lake of Ana Sagar and the rugged hills of Aravalli. Although Ajmer Sharif Dargah, the shrine of Khwaja Muin-Ud-din Chishti, remains as the most famous tourist places to visit in Ajmer, the city is also significantly known for the Jain religion and is home to an amazing golden Jain Temple. Ajmer is also a well-known learning Centre. The Mayo College was one of India’s first schools that acted as the stepping stone for the British style of education and is now one of the popular places to visit in Ajmer.