Ajmer was founded in the 11th century by Rajput ruler Ajayadeva. He deli & The slaves are known as Ajmer Merwara and are divided into two separate realms: the large realm and the short realm. The former consisted of the Ajmer and Merwar divisions. Later to the southeast it was part of Kekri. It then became part of Rajistan in 1956.
Ajmer is famous as a pilgrimage site. Dargah Sharif, the tomb of the Sufi saint Koza Moinuddin Chisti. It is also the center of tourists visiting Pushkar, the abode of the god Brahma
Ajmer has an area of 8,481 km2.
The Ajmer district is divided into 4 divisions and subdivided into 9 tesels.
There are approximately 85 Tehsil villages in the Ajmer city.
Ajmer is divided into four urban towns.
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