Pushkar is one of the most revered destinations in India. Nestled on the precincts of picture perfect Pushkar Lake, the legend says that this divine land was created when a petal fell from the hand of Lord Brahma. Situated in proximity to Ajmer and at a distance of few hours from the capital city Jaipur.
While on Pushkar tour, you will find that this divine land is a home to Lord Brahma Temple, which is only temple of its kind in the world. This holy town boasts of its world-renowned Pushkar Camel Fair. Held on the month of November, Camel Fair at Pushkar is an extravagant festival when this sleepy town comes alive with vibrant colors and bustling noise of travelers, locals and pilgrims. Travel to Rajasthan during Ďcamel fairí to explore the culture, tradition and lifestyle of the region at its best. Right from folk culture to local handicrafts, you are assured of an unforgettable experience on your trip. Donít forget take a holy dip into the sacred waters of the lake and take part in religious activities.
During your Pushkar trip, you can visit myriad tourist attractions of the town. Don't forget to take a tour of Jagat Pita Shri Brahma mandir, Savitri Templem Varah Temple, Mahadeva Temple and Ramavaikunth Temple in the neighboring city Ajmer. The revered lake has 52 ghats, where pilgrims, locals and tourists take a dip into the holy waters. Nag Pahar or the snake mountain is a natural formation that separates Pushkar from Ajmer.
While visiting, travelers can savor the colorful vistas of this sacred town and earn Godís blessings for life. Pushkar fair tour not only quench your cultural but also spiritual cravings also.