Hotels Near Dhai Din Ka Jhopra Ajmer

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HOTELS IN AJMER NEAR DHAI DIN KA JHOPRA

}Pleasing the mind aesthetically with its own architectural design, Dhai Din Ka Jhopra is a famous mosque commissioned by Qutb- ud- Din- Aibak in 1192 CE. This beautiful sculpture is located on the Andar Kot Road in Ajmer, Rajasthan. Regarded as one of the oldest surviving monument in Ajmer, Dhai Din ka Jhopra is only 2kms away from the Ajmer Junction Railway Station. It takes 35 minutes (25 kms) from the Kishangarh Airport on the Ajmer Road to reach this landmark. The mosque was originally constructed on the remains of a Sanskrit College.This site is currently maintained by the Archeological Survey of India and is considered as one of the oldest mosques in India. Hotels near Dhai Din ka Jhopra, Ajmer earn a good amount of revenue due to their location nearer to this mosque. These hotels welcome a large number of monument lovers every year and they serve them in the same exceptional way. These hotels arrange for a local guide as well together with providing well maintained rooms with positive vibes. Hotels in Ajmer near Dhai Din ka Jhopra offer complementary sunset cocktail daily and awesome beauty treatments and therapies. Treebo Hotels ensure that all the rooms are smoke free so that the patrons enjoy a comfortable and a relaxed stay.Ajmer is the backbone of Rajasthan Tourism in a way that it has got a vast number of ancient and modern sculptures to admire. The closest attraction to this landmark is Ajmer Shariff which is at a walking distance of just 500 metres. At a distance of 16 kms from here lies the famous Nasiyan Jain Temple which is a brilliant place to experience eternal peace.

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Questions & Answers about Hotels near Dhai Din Ka Jhopra,Ajmer

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What's the speciality of Dhai Din Ka Jhonpra?

Asked by Chaudhary, 05-04-2018

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The mosque is one of the earliest examples of Indo-Islamic architecture. It is in fact, much larger than the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque of Delhi. The arches and pillars feature ornate carvings and Kufic inscriptions.

VerifiedResponse by Treebo Ajmer Team, 10-04-2018

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