As Ajmer was conquered and ruled by various dynasties, the city has a unique blend of cultures. Folk music is very popular in Ajmer, especially Qawaalis. Fariyad is a compilation of Qawaalis, sung in the devotion of the Sufi saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. A popular Rajasthani dance form named Kalbelia is also very famous in Ajmer and is performed by a tribe of the same name. It is performed by both men and women. Other major dance forms are also widespread in the city. \n\nThe people of Ajmer celebrate many festivals such as Diwali and Eid in a very enthusiastic way, where the entire city joins in the festivities. The International Sufi Festival is an annual program that has been held every year since 2011. People from all over the country visit Ajmer during this time and contribute in the promotion of spirituality and the revered Sufi traditions. Urs Fair is another festival celebrated in Ajmer, which commemorates the death anniversary of the revered Sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti. \n\nAjmer is famous all over the world for its leather work, ornamentation and embroidery. The city has some of the best artisans, sculptors and architects. The neighbouring town of Kishangarh, houses some of the finest miniature paintings. With so many beautiful works of art, Ajmer is a paradise for art lovers.
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