Opinion

Ajmer: The Land of Love

India a land of visitors, once visited by Mughals and then by Britishers. They loved this place and dreamed to rule it. With a stupendous history India is centre of attraction for everyone in the world. Indian Tourism industry is successfully selling the beauty of nation in the eyes of International visitors. Indian Beauty not only Pierce the eyes of Visitors but also their soul. India is a land which speaks and understands the language of Unity and humanity. The world travel and tourism council calculated that Indian Tourism generated 16.91 lakh crore or 9.2% of India’s GDP in 2018, supported 42.67 million jobs, 8.1% of its total employment. In India we have 29 states and every state is continuously working on their own tourism factor. Tourism Industry is not only the responsibility of the government but it’s a duty of every Indian to make India beautiful.

Among all the big cities like Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi and Agra, Ajmer is a small city in the state of Rajasthan. In 16th century a place built by Mughals emperor Akbar, now changed into a museum by Ajmer government, displacing beautiful sculptures. Ajmer plays an important role in attracting domestic or international tourists. Ajmer is a land of religious beliefs; historic charm and the nature decorates the land to hide all the stains. It’s a pious place with Khawaja Gharib Nawaz (Ajmer Sharif) and Nareli Jain Temple and Bajrangarh Hanuman temple. The amalgamation of every religion makes Ajmer more appealing. Ajmer is a land colors, the Green Aravali symbolizes Muslim religion and the red soil of Aravali range symbolizes Hindu religion. The transparent water of Anasagar Lake increases the alluring beauty of Ajmer. People of Ajmer are living in the protection of Aravali Range; all the small cities like Beawar, Vijaynagar, Bhim, Kekri, Pushkar etc are small pearls around dazzling diamond, Ajmer. The Famous Tilpatti (a kind of sweet) of Beawar adds more sweetness in Ajmer. Ajmer also serves an important key role in the field of education. The students of St. Anselm, Mayo College, Rashtriya Military School, Sophia Girls College and M.D.S. University are Dazzling Diamonds of Ajmer which are shining brightly in all over the world. Rajasthan is also known as a land of fair and in Rajasthan Pushkar Fair also known as Pushkar Camel Fair takes place every year in the month of October and November and attracts over 200,000 visitors every year. The fair fascinates foreigners which forsake a fanciable fleck in the hearts of foreigners.

India is a country which works with the concept of Atithi Devo Bhawah and this concept is still alive in the hearts of people of Ajmer. Brahma temple in Pushkar and Ajmer Sharif are two centre of attraction. It is a place which is a perfect example of unity in diversity. The rope way of Pushkar gives a beautiful adventurous effect, it gives hope to every single being that life is too short and how can we live a happy life on a single thread of hope. Kishangarh is a small city known for its Bani Thani painting, this piece of art is a worldwide attraction. Cheap and comfortable transport is a way which helps tourists to travel easily. Kishangarh is earning nominal amount by operating domestic flights in India. Ajmer also provides a good market for food and shopping. Ajmer is a small pearl on Indian Land, which has its own sparkle and attracts the Tourists. Astonish Ajmer attracts tourists and help India in increasing industry of tourism.


Simran Tripathi
Simran Tripathi | Authoress & Poetess, Ajmer (Rajasthan)

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