Pushkar the sacred City of Rajasthan is frequently referred to as the ruler of pilgrimage spots in India. The town is situated on the banks of the Pushkar Lake, which was made by the lotus of Lord Brahma and is one of the ancient cities of India and the date of its origin is still unnamed and is mostly associated with the Hindu Purana. It is acclaimed for its shrines and varied Ghats which are frequented visited by large no of tourist during the annual bath. The water of the lake is believed as sacred and hereby is liable of the town’s fame as a pilgrimage place. Although the Brahma recognized as the constructor of the world, Pushkar is the main shrine of this crucial god in the entire world.
Maybe the most distinguished fascination of Pushkar is the yearly Camel Fair. It is a five-day fair held where the public purchase and sell cattle. Tourist come here in large number not only to see the Camel Fair but also to enjoy the music, dance and other variant events as well. Camel races are one of the significant attractions also.
Attractions: Brahma Temple, Pushkar Lake, Varaha Temple, Pushkar Camel Safari, Old Ranji Temple, Savitri Temple, Apteshwar Mahadev Temple, Merta, etc….
Best Time to visit: The best time to visit Pushkar is from October to March.
Peak Season: December to February.
How to Reach:
- By Air: Jaipur is the nearest Jaipur International Airport, which is at distance 15 km away from Pushkar.
- By Rail: Nearest Railway station is Ajmer Junction which is located at a distance of 15 km. This station is very well connected to the major cities of India.
- By Road: Tourist can take bus or taxi to reach here because this place is well connected with all the cities of India via Ajmer. And also tourist can take state transport or hire cabs/taxis from Ajmer as well.
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