Pushkar

Locations :

Lattitude: 26.487652° N,
Longitude: 74.555922° E
Best Time to Visit : October to March

Weather :

Summer : 25°C to 45°C
Winter : 08°C to 22°C
Monsoon : 15°C to 35°C

Pushkaris an ancient religious and sacred destination in the state of Rajasthan surrounded by hillocks on three sides. The tranquil city of Pushkarcurls around a holy lake is a favourite destination for thousands of tourists. This lake is also known as “The Lotus flower”. Pushkar is a popular destination among the devotees as well as tourists from different corners. This popular city has a unique magnetism power that attracts every traveller to visit this place once in a lifetime. Since from the last few years, Pushkar has become the most adorable tourist destination by the foreign tourists. According to the mythological history of India, it is believed that Lord Brahma dropped a lotus to the ground leading to the immediate creation of a lake. Nearby the lake there is a Brahma Temple, who is the creator of this Universe. This temple is worshipped by thousands of devotees with great essence. Pushkar as a popular destination has lots to offer from ancient temples to camel safaris. As renowned for world’s few Brahma temples, it consists of 52 bathing ghats and 400 milky-blue temples in Pushkar. This fascinating city is marked for the invention of Rose Scent and large numbers of roses are exported all over the world. It is also known as ‘the rose garden of Rajasthan’. 

Main Attractions
  • Pushkar Lake, Pushkar: Pushkar Lake is one of the most prominent and sacred tourist destination in Pushkar. Pushkar has become the most adorable tourist destination by the foreign tourists. According to the mythological history of India, it is believed that Lord Brahma dropped a lotus to the ground leading to the immediate creation of a lake. This lake is also known as “The Lotus flower”.
  • Brahma Temple, Pushkar: This temple is said to be 2000 years old. There is an interesting fact behind this Brahma Temple. This temple is dedicated to Lord Brahma and is located near the Pushkar Lake.  It is renowned for world’s few Brahma temples located in Pushkar, India that has total 52 bathing ghats and 400 milky -blue temples. Pushkar is often known as ‘tirtha-raj’, which literally means the king of pilgrim sites.
  • Pushkar Camel Fairs, Pushkar: Pushkar Camel Fairs is one of the Biggest Camel Fair in the world that draws large crowds from all over India as well as from abroad. Visiting during this festival is a better way to view the desert culture of Rajasthan with various outdoor activities. One can experience the camel back that will take you to many villages. It is a perfect time to explore Pushkar. 
 



Shopping
  • Other local markets and bazaars
Things To Do
Places of Worship:
 
  • Brahma Temple, Pushkar
  • Savitri Mata Temple, Pushkar
  • ApteshwarMahadev Temple, Pushkar
Places of Entertainment:
 
  • No entertainment places available
 
Getting There
  • By Air – Jaipur Airport, Rajasthan is the nearest airport to reach Pushkar, located at 140km from Pushkar.  The Airport is well-connected with other major cities of India.
  • By Railway – Ajmer Railway Station is the nearest railway station to reach Pushkar, located 11km from Pushkar. It is well-connected to major railway station of Rajasthan and neighboring cities.
  • By Road – Pushkar is well linked by State transport buses from all parts of Rajasthan.  
 
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