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Pushkar, the seat of Lord Brahma, is between the oldest cities in India, famous for some of the oddest temples. Located in the Ajmer locale of Rajasthan, this attractive city is a holy pilgrimage spot for the Hindus. Other than all its wonderful history, it has similarly held its old world appeal wonderfully and is currently among the most visited traveler destinations in Rajasthan. From temples, fairs, forts, and palaces Pushkar presents countless celebrated tourists attractions.

Pushkar Lake

Covered by over 50 bathing Ghats, the lake is located in the Ajmer area of Rajasthan. Set in the middle of lovely angles, the lake is one of the top vacation destinations of Rajasthan. Known to be the king of all journey sites the Pushkar Lake hosts more than 400 temples around its grounds and is visited by a large number of followers during the Pushkar Fair. A great many pilgrims come here to take a holy dip in the time of the fair which is supposed cleanses all your sins.

Pushkar Camel Fair

Yes, the well-known fair takes places at the arrays of the Pushkar Lake. Colors, display and a celebration one of the last great traditional meals in India, Pushkar Fair brings beef, farmers, traders and villagers from all over Rajasthan together. This fair is an excuse to experience the shades of rural India in its most organic form wherein one can interact with villagers, and buy Rajasthani handicrafts. The fair also organises a plethora of animal races, camel processions and cultural performances. Further, it has recently become a popular attraction among hippies and foreign tourists.

Jagatpita Brahma Temple

Located close to Pushkar Lake the temple is one of the best places to visit in Pushkar. The peaceful spot of love was constructed in the 14th century. Built of marble and stone, it has a one of a kind architecture together with the superb red highpoint. Inside the temple, pictures of Brahma enrich the sanctum sanctorum. Brahma Temple is the only temple in India where Lord Brahma is worshipped. No reason why it is a must visit place in Pushkar.

Varah Temple

Varah Temple is among the first-born, and most famous temples in Pushkar. Out of the major and most old-fashioned temples in Pushkar, Varah is one. The temple is dedicated to Varaha, a boar thought to be a personification of Lord Vishnu. According to a legend Lord Shiva turned himself into a wild boar and came to earth, to kill the heinous demon Hirnayaksh. A spot of veneration, the temple is an old architectural work of art constructed in the 12th century. The highlight of the spot is the picture house present inside. Given the one of a kind excellence of its structural components, this temple is considered amongst the finest in this locale, and another must see place.

Savitri Temple

Set on the Ratnagiri Hill, Savitri Temple has a folk tale successful around it. It is thought to be a site where the Goddess Savitri came and rested following to take on against her husband on marrying another woman. She constructed the temple and it served as a post to watch her better half’s blundering ways. The course leading to the place winds through the slopes. You have to trek for 60 minutes to get to the highest point of Ratnagiri Slope. It’s a tiresome walk with a religious significance—the grueling walk is like a sentence for your sins. From the top you get to experience spectacular views of the surrounding regions. This 360 degree view is really attractive and coming here is among the most pleasurable things to do in Pushkar.

Ramavaikunth Temple

This Temple – built in the 20th century – is set atop a hill thus contribution scenic view of the Pushkar Lake as well as the entire town of Pushkar. The temple is positioned in a very large space with an enormous gourami constructed in southern architecture. The sky scraping spires attached with titanic pagodas of the shrine make it a delightful sight for the travelers.

The temple stows more than 300 intricately sculpted images of the Hindu Gods on the pillars. Thus it adds to the position of the shrine specifically for the followers. The images worshiped in the holy shrine are Vaikunta Venkatesh his consorts Lakshmi Devi along with Bhu Devi. The breakables are sculplted from dark rock stone granite and embellished with gold trimmings. The holy site is a must see for travelers coming to Pushkar.


How to Reach

   By Plane

The nearest airport to Pushkar is in Jaipur, which is 140 kilometres away. The airport is well-connected to major metropolitan cities like Delhi, Mumbai, kolkata. Once you reach at the airport, you can hire a cab to reach Pushkar.

   By Train

You will need to take a train to Ajmer and then take a 30-minute drive to Pushkar. The Ajmer railway station is well-connected with major Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Allahabad, Lucknow, Kolkata, Bhopal, and Bangalore.

   By bus

This is not a great option for long distance travellers. However, buses from Delhi to Ajmer and further to Pushkar are easily available. The Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation runs deluxe and semi-deluxe buses (both air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned) connecting Ajmer to nearby cities and then transport you to Pushkar for a very nominal fare.

   By Luxury car

Driving is a good idea if you live nearby, like in the cities of Delhi and Jaipur. Vehicles are allowed inside Pushkar only in certain areas.

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