There is an old saying that worshipers who visit Ajmer Sharif and pray with full faith and loyalty at Dargah will free their souls. Ajmer sharif is a Sufi Dargah, dedicated to Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti. It also hosts 6 days annual festival of “Urs” to celebrate the death anniversary of Moinuddin Chisti. It is located in Rajasthani city of Ajmer in Northern India which has several beautiful tombs, buildings, daalaans and courtyard of Mughal architecture. Various followers of different religion offer flowers, velvet cloth, perfume non-alcoholic at the Dargah.
Ajmer Sharif is a big enclosure consisting of several gates, degscauldrons and mosque, in the addition to the tomb of Moinuddin Chisti.
First gate - Nizam Gate, The first main entrance to Ajmer Sharif which stands at a height of 60 feets was created by Mir Osman Ali Khan in 1911. It was built to protect it from rains.
Second Gate - Shahjahani Gate, This is a second gate which was erected by Shah Japan. It was used in Urs festivals. In front of this gate, vendors sell flowers and beautiful religious sheets for worshipers.
Third gate - Buland Darwaza, The tallest gate which stands 80 feet high is Buland Darwaza, upon which Urs flag is hoisted. It marks the beginning of tomb of Moinuddin Chisti.