About Ajmer City

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This is regarding the ajmer city of Rajasthan in India. It has been more than 15 years since when I am leaving in this city and the city has certainly grown in these 15 years a lot. From living standard to culture. From education to jobs, From media to political appearance on the national level.

Everything has changed dramatically and the major reason for this can be the telivision channels, radio, FM that has come to Ajmer now. I studied in the Oswal Jain Sr. Secondary school of Ajmer city and the school has always been one of the top in the results of Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education.

The Ana Sagar Lake in Ajmer has witnessed the changes around the pavilions of the Daulat bagh. There was a time when the bus stand seemed to be far from the Madar Gate but now is very close and easily reachable due to large number of two wheelers and the cars in the city.

The best part of the changes took place has been the connectivity of the city with other big cities like Jaipur, Ahemdabad, Mumbai, Delhi, Agra, Udaipur etc. Both the bus service and the Indian railway has made it easy for the people to travel to or from Ajmer.

Beawar is one of the biggest town of the Ajmer District. Bewar has its own district administration system and is a famous business hub in Rajasthan. Due to the presence of Shree Cement in Beawar, lot of transport carriers are located in the town. The town is well connected with Ajmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur and Bhilwara. Nasirabad is one of the most popular military cantonment in India which has the army base.

Again I would say, the changes that has occured is due to the telivision, internet, and various media in the city. The people are well aware of what is happening in the world?
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Traveling to Ajmer and Beawar between late March and July is extremely ill-advised as the summers are harsh and unforgiving.

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This article was published on 2011/01/07