Hotel Crystal Park
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Hotel Crystal Park
Hotel Crystal Park promoted by one of the well known AZAD ASSOCIATES located in kishangarh city on the national highway 8. The crystal park also hosts 3D Cinema. The hotel caters to the leisure travelers, business houses, government organizations,stone dealers and educational bodies of Kishangarh (Asia’s largest market for marble stone),Ajmer, Pushkar, Makrana and Beawar

Hotel Crystal Park kishangarh, Ajmer is all about convenience, extra attention to detail and going an extra mile. We ensure a fine product combined with quality service in our class and are the only hotel serving the best of world cuisine under one roof in this region.

About Kishangarh
Nestled in foothills of Aravali ranges, lies the picturesque city of Kishangarh which needs no introduction. Located on Delhi-Mumbai Express Highway it is situated at around 106 km from Jaipur and 22 km from Ajmer, the city took its name from its founder Maharaja Kishan Singh who by his bravery, intelligence and sagacity conquered this area and got it recognised by Mughal Emperor Jahangir in 1611 A D.

The city inherits its religious, cultural, art and literate heritage since the very, day of its foundation. The 8th King of Kishangarh, Maharaja Sawant Singh, popularly known as Nagridas, was also a great poet and well known for some of his dazzling poems. Kishangarh is quite famous for its artistic Bani-Thani paintings which emerged as a distinctive style in the middle of 18th century under the patronage of Maharaja Sawant Singh. It was so stunning and unique that the Indian government engraved it on one of the postal stamps.

Before independence, Kishangarh was famed for power loom factories and it was acknowledged as the largest power loom market up until 1981. Apart from that, the city was also renowned for condiments specially coriander and cumin souk during the last century.

During late 80s and early 90s the marble trading started in Kishangarh and city's nickname became Marble city.

Past Perfect
In the heart of Rajputana , a small princely state Kishangarh has a rich and glorious past. On the auspicious day of Basant Panchami , Kishangarh state was founded by Jodhpur Prince Kishan Singh in 1611. He was the second of twelve sons of Maharaja Udai Singhji of Jodhpur. During that period of time India was under the control of Mughal Dynasty, Akbar being the emperor of India, and Kishangarh still being the capital of the eponymous princely state in Rajputana provenance. Maharaja Kishan Singh passed away soon in his early forties but the founder of Kishangarh will be remembered for ages and his glory will remain unaffected by time.

After demise of Kishan Singh, following the royal family tradition, Mahraja Sahsamal, Maharaja Jagmal Singh, Maharaja Hari Singh, Maharaja Roop Singh, and the other heir rulers came into existence one by one till Prithvi Singh, who became the 15th Maharaja of Kishangarh in 1840, and reigned till his death in 1879, after which he was succeeded by his son, Sadul Singh. Maharaja Madan Singh ascended the throne in 1900 as a 17th Maharaja at the age of sixteen, when the state was reeling from the impact of a devastating drought.

The administration under him and his Diwan was widely deemed worthy of approbation; irrigation from tanks and wells was extended and factories for ginning and pressing cotton were introduced. A social reform movement for discouraging excessive expenditure on marriages made a remarkable impact during his reign. Maharaja Yagyanarayan Singh Bahadur was 18th Maharaja of Kishangarh. After the demise of Maharaja Sumer Singh the 19th Maharaja, who was also the MLA of Kishangarh that time, his successor and present Maharaja HH Brijraj Singh took over the throne of the king of Kishangarh as 20th Maharaja on 16th February 1971.

Marble City Kishangarh
Kishangarh, popularly known as the marble city has created a niche for itself across the globe despite not having a single mine of marble and emerged as Asia's biggest marble souk because of hard work and contemplation of its industrialist and marble traders.

Earlier Kishangarh market was dominated by textile and condiments traders. It was only in late 80s when the population of Kishangarh started thinking of other alternatives as these industries were no longer profitable and they came up with idea of a marble trading business, which not only gave employment to thousands of people but gave a boost to city's economy as well. Now its economy grows and prospers on the marble trade only. It has more than 500 gang saw units, 400 edge cutting machines and more than 5,000 marble traders and it gives employment to thousands of people.

Kishangarh Marble has been widely recognised among the buyers for its genuine quality and sophisticated designs. Kishangarh marble market is known for its hi-tech manufacturing unit, warehousing and packaging unit that enables the workforce to produce unmatched quality of marble products. Marbles possess numerous of properties such as colour, pattern, texture and purity and based on these properties only they are used for various architectural and ornamental purposes. Marble lovers can avail standard as well as customized sizes, dimension, colours, patterns and designs that match their exact specifications and needs. Kishangarh Marbles are known for their permanence, durability, cooling effect, fire and heat resistance. This quality of fire resistance has made these marbles to be an ideal material to be used in fireplaces as well.

Here the textile business has a great future too; recently two textile parks have been constructed in city to give a further boost to this industry. Today, Kishangarh has grown as a gleaming city with a brilliant future in the upcoming years. It has grown rapidly with marble trading and still has a lot to look forward to with the development of the central university and an Airport; whilst more and more residents are looking forward in investing more on development and progress.

Geographical Location of the Hotel
- Pushkar(30Km)
- Jaipur(115Km)
- Jodhpur(210km),
- Udaipur(303km).
- Ajmer (13 km)
- Midway from Jodhpur to Delhi and Udaipur to Delhi.
- 20 mins from Dargah
- 20 mins from Mayo School
- 20 mins from Railway Station
- 20 mins from Bus Stand
- On the six lane highway in the city called kishangarh.

Tourist Attraction
Ajmer: Ajaymeru, as it is originally known, incurred its name from its founder, the Chauhan king Ajay Pal in 7th century. Ajaymeru stands for invincible mountains; Nestled in the foot-hills of the picturesque valley of the daunting Aravali ranges, the city has had an enviable stature of the capital of India in 12th century during the Chauhan rule.
Till 19th century, it witnessed rise and fall of various dynasties, having direct bearing on the Indian Empire, like Chauhan, Pathan or Afghan, Khilji, Tughlaq, Suri, Mughal, Rathor, Maratha etc. and lastly the British, which manifested its modern shape. Through this entire period of historical turbulence, Ajmer has enjoyed a greater significance strategically and politically as a center of inescapable attention of all and carving the destiny of India period by period. It boasts of an exquisite treasure of architectural marvels, with a history associated with each one, right from its birth. Its mountain clad natural beauty, its gardens, its lakes and its monuments blend together with its glorious history of upheavals to accord a peculiar charm to Ajmer.

Ajmer referred as prettiest jewel in the plain of India by Mughalas and British alike and considered as the Kashmir of desert is a land of mosques, temples, churches, hawelies, ghats, water reservoirs and above all a land of unparalleled sacredness accorded to the land of Ajmer by the very presence of the shrine of the holiest of the Sufi saint Khawaza Moinuddin Chishti and the temple of lord Brahma, the Creator, located in a nearby, desert town Pushkar, with a divine lake perched in its heart. Both of these places are held in extreme reverence by both Muslims and Hindus respectively, with an enormous splurge of tourists from across the globe, especially during the two fairs of International repute, the Urs and the Cattle fair.

Today, with a proud title of the first 100% literate city in the North India, Ajmer boasts of an unmatched confluence of harmony, spirituality, architecture, religion, education, culture, cuisine, art, fairs, festivals, trade amidst the cosmopolitan bustling looking up avidly towards a metro metamorphosis.

Dargah Shareef- a Glimpse of Sufism and harmony: It is a popular saying about Ajmer, 'Irade roz bante hain,ban ke toot jate hain, wahi Ajmer aate hain jinhe khawaza bulate hain.'

Ajmer, a historic city in the culturally rich state of Rajasthan, has elements of Sufism and boasts of communal harmony. Khawaja Moinuddin Chisty of Ajmer founded the Sufism in India and he was one of the greatest Sufi saints of the world. His spiritual power and blessings became an eternal source of inspiration and valour for generations to come.
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Though Zayreens visit the Dargah Shareef throughout the year but on the occasion of Urs, the Niagara of Zayreens falls in to the Ajmer, and this gathering is considered to be second largest congregation of Muslims at one place only after holy Mecca itslef. Urs is celebrated every year in the first week of Rajab, on seeing the moon of Rajab, the seventh month of the Islamic calendar. This festival is a commemoration of Sufi saint Khawaza Moiunddin Chisty's symbolic amalgamation with almighty God.

The opening ceremony of Urs Fair commences with a flag hoisting on Buland Darwaza of Dargah and after four day it officially start with the visibility of moon. The annual event culminates with readings from the holy Quran, religious ceremonies and special prayers.

The offerings of rose (Pushkar roses) and jasmine flowers, sandalwood paste, perfumes and incense contribute to the fragrance that floats in the air inside the shrine which is also called the perfume of faith.

'Mere khawaza maharaza hai, mera khawaza maharaza' and such songs, from the saint Chisty's own works and also from other Sufis like Amir Khusro are presented in a traditional Qawali style and sung in a chorus throughout this festival. Qawaals from all over India visit Dargah during Urs and as an offering they sing qawali which sounds heavenly combined with the perfect backdrop of holy Dargah providing a divine feeling.

Many influential people such as actors and politicians visit Dargah during Urs to pay submissive homage to the great Sufi Saint and sought his blessings to solve their problems. If they are unable to come, their representatives often visit and offer Chadar on their behalves, because it is a saying here that 'Sab apne apne mulk ke chief minister, aur Ajmer me rahta hai unka prime minister.'

Not only Muslims but Hindu and other community's people throng the shrine in huge numbers with a belief that all their wishes will be fulfilled after praying to Khawaza ji. One can experience the presence of some mystic powers at this shrine which draws millions to this shrine. The Khwaja Saheb, a Jewel in the crown of Ajmer, is considered as a 'living spirit' of peace and harmony and hopefully will always be.

Eternal Pushkar: Pushkar, a sleepy but spiritual town of countless hermitages and temples, scattered all across it, has an unparalleled divinity associated with Hindu religion and mystique splendor which agrees very well with the tourists. Pushkar is the only place in the entire world which has a temple of Lord Brahma, the Creator, according to Hindu mythology. Not to mention a sacred lake in the heart of the town combines to accord the town a status of an inevitable pilgrimage for Hindus.

The town has 3 sacred places representing the three major Gods, of which the Pushkar Lake represents Lord Brahma. Further two being Budha Pushkar representing Lord Shiva, the Destructor and Madhya Pushkar representing Lord Vishnu, the Moderator. This is the only pilgrim place, which finds mentioning in the Rudra Puran, the holy epic of Hindu mythology, which says that apart from Haridwar and Kurukshetra, Pushkar Lake is the only place where the last rites of all forefathers can be performed. Moreover, the highly honored Char Dham pilgrimage is not complete until it culminates with a dip in the Lake.

This mythical city is said to have been created by the falling of a lotus petal from the hand of Lord Brahma. Hence, it is believed to be as old as the universe from where the Brahma initiated his creation. This tranquil lake has 52 magnificent Ghats for the devotees to have a holy deep in the pious water, which is believed to endow them with salvation. A fair is held every year in the month of Kartik Poornima, the full moon (October-November) during which lakhs of devotees swarm the lake for the holy bath.

Geographically surrounded by the hills, again a mythical one known as the Naag Pahad, which feeds the lake and desert, Pushkar is a blend of spirituality, serenity, culture and colors of desert and a perfect abode of touristy charm round the year.

But there is an inalienable aspect, without which the Pushkar has no significance and which has catapulted it onto the global tourism map. This is the Camel Fair of Pushkar, which is said to be the largest one in India and the only one of its kind in the entire world. During the fair, Lakhs of people from rural India flock to Pushkar, along with their live stock consisting of camels, horses, cows, oxen, buffalos, donkeys, goats etc. for their trading in the side lines of the religious extravaganza during Kartik Poornima. The entire scenario is transformed into a mélange of religious and rustic spectacle, which draws not only the rural and local folk but tourists from across the globe in utter desperation as an opportunity to feast their eyes on cultural and folk activities. This is a fair, in which all the colors of desert sprout in their extreme juvenility to embrace all in the festive revelries in gay abandonment, where one can see the East and West blending.

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