Ride from hotel in Jaipur to hotel in Pushkar, en route visit Digamber Jain Temple, Ajmer Sharif Dargah, and the Brahma Temple.
Early this morning, your motorcycle will be delivered to you at your hotel. Ride out of Jaipur on NH 48 towards Ajmer. The road is smooth all the way to Ajmer, and you will hardly feel the distance. Ajmer, world-famous for the Ajmer Sharif Dargah, is located between two of Rajasthan's biggest cities - Jaipur and Jodhpur - and has quite a few sites that you shouldn't miss. Of these, the first one is the Digamber Jain Temple that is located just before Ajmer. This sprawling temple complex is known for its marble-intensive construction, and gorgeous stone carvings. The Dargah of Sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti, also known as the Ajmer Sharif Dargah, is a short 11 km ride from here. However, Ajmer is congested and it is best to park your motorcycle away from the shrine and walk down to it. Just 3 km further is the Taragarh Fort, a 14th century Rajputana monument which served as a medical centre under the British rule.
A ride to Pushkar from here would take you less than an hour, and that's where you are headed next. This is an easy trip and the climb up to Pushkar is quite a fun ride too. Explore the most popular Brahma Temple (one of the rare temples dedicated to Lord Brahma) and the Pushkar Lake, which is said to have been formed where the petals of Brahmaji's lotus flower fell on earth. On the way, you could stop by the Ana Sagar Lake, built by Raja Ana, grandfather of the valiant Prithviraj Chauhan. While driving back to Ajmer, the Maharana Pratap and Chetak Smarak serves as a picturesque sunset point and also a high ground to view Ajmer from.