Historical Weather of Ajmer in Jan
Temperature
Max Temperature 23.1 74° cf
Min Temperature 6.7 44° cf
Highest 32.6 91° cf  (4th 1979)
Lowest -2.8 27° cf  (16th 1935)
Rainfall
Monthly Total 3.2 mm
No. of rainy days 0.4
Total in wettest month 86.9 mm  (1948)
Heaviest rain in 24 hours 46.5 mm  (20th 1948)
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Ajmer
Overview
Ajmer is the fifth largest city in Rajasthan and is located at a distance of about 135 kilometers west of Jaipur. Surrounded by the Aravalli Mountains, the city is a pilgrimage site housing the shrine of Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. Ajmer boasts a glorious historical legacy and is an interesting blend of Hinduism and Islam. It is also home to scenic lakes, interesting museums and magnificent structures. The Ajmer Sharif Dargah remains the most popular tourist attraction. The best time to visit Ajmer is between the months of March and May.
Seasons in Ajmer
Winters in Ajmer
The winter season in Ajmer is generally bone-chilling. While maximums stay between 22 and 28°C, minimums can go as low as 5°C. Cold winds blow across the city and nights are comparatively colder.
Summers in Ajmer
Ajmer's close proximity to the Thar Desert results in considerably hot day temperatures during summer. The city witnesses a quick transition from hot summers to freezing cold winters. Temperatures in summer stick between 25 and 40°C with the average daily temperature being 30°C.
Monsoon in Ajmer
Frequent rain showers and thunderstorms greet the city of Ajmer during the monsoon season. The monsoon period usually begins from June and lasts till September. The city radiates colors and freshness during this season.
Places to see in Ajmer
Ajmer offers a burst of culture, history, and traditions. The city is home to several major attractions. Some of these are Dargah Sharif, Taragarh Fort, Savitri Temple, Nasiyan Jain Temple, Pushkar Lake, Akbar's Palace and Museum, Mayo College, Baradari on Lake Anasagar, Lake Foysagar, Adhai-din-ka-jhonpra, Brahma Temple, and others.
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