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  • Nov
  • Dec

Key Attractions

  • Bramha Temple

    One of the very few temples for Lord Bramha in the world.

  • Pushkar Lake

    Pushkar Lake is a beautiful, sanctified spot to visit in Pushkar. This lake is considered to be very old and of the time when the earth was created. This lake is a place of pilgrimage for the Hindus. Lake is surrounded by 52 different Ghats to take bath, where Hindus and other tourists come to take a dip in the month of karthik.

  • Savitri Temple

    It is located on top of a hill near the lake. This temple is dedicated to the goddess savitri, wife of Hindu god Brahma. This temple is the second most religious temple in Pushkar. One can see a beautiful Pushkar lake with the whole city from the hill top. It is advisable for sunset and sunrise for photographers.

  • Pushkar Fair

    Every year thousands of domestic and international tourists come to be a part of this amazing Pushkar Fair. This fair is organized in 07 Nov To 17 Nov 2013. Tourists come to take a holy dip in the Pushkar lake at the time of karthik Purnima, which is basically a full moon day. Pushkar fair is also famous as colorful and huge cattle fair. Pushkar is well known for a camel safari and other adventures activities.

  • Shopping & candle night diner.

    Enjoy rooftop candle dinners at the restaurant of the guest house. The small market of Pushkar is good for buying clothes of interesting designs and patterns at very cheap price of €2 to €3.

  • Savitri temple view point

    Visit Savitri temple on small hill which is about one hour climb but view of lake from top is wonderful.

  • Holy dip in the lake or a puja ceremony

    If you find water clean take a holy dip in the pond. You can perform worship of pond through priest but fix up a price beforehand lest he hassles for it. In the evening there is prayer at Varah Ghat with huge lamps and chimes of bell. Attend it, it is mesmerizing.

  • Opportunity to drink Bhaang (cannabis)

    Bhaang (cannabis) is local herb sold on authorized shops of government. You may try bhang lassi. Try mint tea. It has exotic taste.

Nearby Places

  • Jaipur (145Kms)

    Only 150 kms far from Pushkar, Jaipur, also popularly known as the Pink City, is the capital and largest city of the Indian state of Rajasthan. During the British rule in India, Jaipur was the capital of the princely state of Jaipur. Founded on 18 November 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the ruler of Amber.

  • Jodhpur (185Kms)

    Popular destination formerly known as Marwar and famous for its stunning fort at the hill top called Meherangarh.

  • Udaipur (285Kms)

    Formerly, known as Marwar and also called as lake city, because of its three famous lakes called, lake pichola, Fateh sagar and Swaroop sagar. Rajasthan’s largest palace called city palace is also situated here

  • Nawalgarh (240 Kms)

    This place is famous for its beautifully painted Mansions around the village and city

  • Bikaner (255Kms)

    Famous for its Bikaner Fort and camel safari in sand dunes

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