Pushkar is one of the holy places of India in the Hindu religion. This place comes in the Ajmer district of Rajasthan. This is Famous for Brahma temple which is the most popular Brahma temple. Camel Fair is another attraction of Pushkar.  

Pushkar is well known for its sacred lake “Pushkar lake”. Many devotees come here every year in the month of Kartik and dip in this lake as they believe that its water is pure and can cure problems in their lives. There are many pigeons and cows too. Evening Arti is very popular among devotees.

Pushkar Distance from Ajmer

This is located about 10 kilometers from Ajmer. This is a holy place and is mostly known as the Brahma temple. This temple is in the middle of Pushkar town. This is a nice temple that was made in the 14th century. Some of the Ghats and temples were built in the 18th century.

Information About Pushkar

You can buy some prasad and some flowers (Phool mala) before entering in Brahma temple which is a few steps ahead of this lake. There are different kinds of sculptures. From the windows inside the temple, you can see some beautiful views as it is located above ground level. There are some small temples at the base of this temple.

Meaning of the word Pushkar is “Blue Lotus”. It came from a lake Known as “Pushkar Sarovar” which is in the shape of a lotus. There are many ghats that have different names. Brahma Ghat is one of them. You can feed pigeons and fish at this lake. If you believe in god or if you are spiritual then you can ask “pandit to pray for you”. You can plunge into this lake. But keep this place clean too.

Many peoples do not keep in mind the cleanliness of the lake, which is not good. If they are visiting a place then they should keep it clean.

Attractions in Pushkar :

  1. Brahma temple
  2. Camel ride (camel fair)
  3. Local Market
  4. Ropeway at Savitri temple
  5. Pushkar Fair

1. Brahma Temple In Pushkar

This is the temple of Lord Brahma, located in Pushkar town. There is a lake, known as Pushkar Sarovar, which is a natural lake. In months of “Shukla Kartik Purnima” (November in the English calendar), devotees of Lord Brahma come here to this temple and take a holy bath at this lake.

Along with spirituality, this is also a tourist place. As this town looks like a desert in central Rajasthan, and the charm of camel rides, attracts tourists from all over India as well as foreign.

There are around 52 Ghats at Pushkar Sarovar, Brahma which is just near to the temple of lord Brahma. Devotees come here and pray. No camera is allowed inside the temple.

2. Camel Ride In Pushkar :

Camel ride is another thing that may attract anyone. Though its also available in other major cities of Rajasthan, Experiencing a camel ride is much different because of its desert areas. When a camel walks and runs on sandy deserts, the feeling is spectacular.

This ride also includes a stop and they also show you a Haveli which was used for shooting a Bollywood blockbuster movie, and a rose garden which is famous for farming roses and making “Gulkand” (a sweet eatable made of rose petals).

Horse riding is also available here if you like to. These colorful horses can attract anyone.

3. Local Market : 

In the local market of Pushkar town, the first thing is many tourists who come from different cities and countries. Antiques and herbal products are mostly found in this market including green tea, Mehandi, and many other random items that are easily available. Clothes like t-shirts and some Rajasthani look suits are also easily available at reasonable prices. If you know how to bargain, you can make some shopping here in Pushkar.

You can buy rose water and gulkand which is made of rose petals, as they grow rose farms in this town.

Tip : 
This place is fine but be aware of pickpocketers.

4. Rope Way : 

A Ropeway in just the back side of the temple gives a beautiful view. It’s located hill, which moves from top to bottom which may be a good experience for adventure. This ropeway is located near Savitri temple.

5. Pushkar Fair : 

This fair is organized in Pushkar in the month of Kartik (November). It is also famous for its camel fair. Peoples sell and buy their animals like camel, cow, and many others here. Air balloons and cultural festivals catch the eyes all around this fair.  Camel racing is another attraction of this fair. Musicians with Rajasthani folk instruments make some inconceivable sounds.

Why Pushkar attract tourists : 
It has culture, places to visit, and varieties, as there are many things to do in Pushkar including a camel ride, Pushkar fair, and the holy lake everything, has something which may attract anyone.

How To Reach Pushkar :

Pushkar is 10 km from Ajmer city so it’s easy to reach here by bus. You can pick up the bus by the Roadways bus stand in Ajmer. Or directly hire a taxi or cab from Ajmer city.

The nearest airport to this town is “Kishangarh airport”.

Cost to reach: 

It will take around 30 Rs. to reach Pushkar from Ajmer via bus or about 200 rs. if you hire a taxi.

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