The generous behaviour of people of Ajmer are highly socialized and religious. This is the primary reason why Hindu and Muslim pilgrims gain equal importance and respect.
Coming to the food of Ajmer, it is a must to try it at least once in a lifetime as it is quite delicious. From its snacks like Kadhi Pakoda, Samosa, Kachori to sweet dishes like ras malai, laddoo everything tastes heavenly. However, many restaurants serve multi-cuisine food as well.
Broadly speaking, Hindi, Urdu and Rajasthani are the primary languages of Ajmer. But, English and Sindhi are also quite spoken due to tourism in this region. Though one can see the majority are Hindu and Muslims due to the pilgrimages yet the percentage of Christians are equal in numbers.
Further, the main festival that is celebrated is the Urs of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. This festival is celebrated with great fervour every year in the month of May. Though Holi, Diwali and Christmas are enjoyed with equal zest.