Ajmer inaugurates International Sufi Festival 2011
Sudhanshu saini | 16 Nov 2011

The fiesta was planned to raise information that each religion edifies the same message of love, sympathy and modesty.

INTERNATIONAL SUFI festival, 2011 was held on October 21, 2011 by respectable Union Tourism Minister, Mr Subodh Kant Sahai in the presence of people of all faiths at Rajhans Vatika, Ajmer. Earlier in the day, the fiesta was started on a propitious note by visiting the Ajmer Sharif Dargah by media and visitors. This pink city is dotted with numerous sacred sites, so don’t forget to visit this city with your Rajasthan Tour.

Rajasthan is an extremely admired state of India among all kind of voyagers. Without touring this state, tourism in India cannot be finished. People come from all around the world visit the state to cherish their holidays. Various sites of the state, worth seeing are City Palace, Amber Fort and Hawa-Mahal in Jaipur, Ajmer Sharif in Ajmer, Lake Palace in Udaipur, Vijay Stambh and Palace of Padmini in Chittorgarh and Golden Fort in Jaisalmer. These headstones are also the live illustration of the fine Indian art and construction.

There are various significant spiritual sites that you can see with your Rajasthan Tour; Pushkar town of the state has much significance in Hindu faith. The shrine of Lord Brahma is situated at Pushkar. Ajmer is placed at about ten kilometer distance of the Pushkar, which is another vital spiritual place of the state. Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti shrine which is the most blessed place of Muslin religion in India is located in the town of Ajmer. Mehandipur Balaji Temple is one of the most holy shrines of Lord Hanuman located in Dausa district of the state.