Ajmer is very well known for the Dargah, which is essentially an Islamic shrine built on the grave of a saint. There are many structures built in the complex. As you visit the dargah one can see a couple of entrance gates, which are as high as 70 ft and are visible from the crowded market. These were built by the Nizam ofHyderabad in the year 1915. On the right hand side one can see the steps which lead to the red sandstone Akbari Masjid which was later built in 1571. One can also see the Buland darwaza which was built in the 15th-century. The Mehfil Khana, which is a hall opened only for the festival of Urus is present on the right side and on the left, one can see the Langar Khana.
There are many builds within the premises of the dargah. There is a chamber, and it is believed that the man who said “a faqir is one who is free of all needs” is lying under the silver canopy which is done up with velvet and silks, attar and sandal, and gold and silver zari chaadars. The dargah can be visited from 5:00 AM - 3:00 PM and from 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM.
All days of the week 5:00 AM - 3:00 PM 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM