| The city of Pushkar has over 400 temples in its
confines. The only temple in the world of Brahma- the creator of the universe is here. Every
major deity in the Hindu pantheon of gods is worshipped at Pushkar. Pushkar Lake is the holiest
take in the country and a bath in the lake during the kartik full moon is said to cleanse one of
all sins. The fifty -two bathing ghats along the banks of the lakes are linked to the lunar
calendar, with each ghat having its own miraculous powers. It is one of the most holy pilgrimage
sites in the country.
Throughout the year,
Pushkar is the venue for innumerable fairs other then the Pushkar fair. Pushkar is transformed
into a riot of colours and revelry as thousands of people throng the city to celebrate and rejoice.
A glimpse of the festivities, the reflect the joy and love of life of the people in rural India.
Exquiste handicrafts and handlooms not only from
Rajasthan but also from the rest of India is on display in the city reflecting the cosmopolitan
nature of people who visit the city. Pushkar is considered amongst the better and least expensive
shopping destinations in the country today.
Pushkar offers the finest example of the
diversity of terrain in India. It has hills, rocks, vegetation, lakes and above all the desert
to provide the ideal venue for adventure activities of all kinds. The desert with its wide vistas
and spectacular dawn and dusk located so close to the major cities provides a memorable experience
in a tour of India.
The charm of Pushkar above all lies in its
location. Nestled amidst the Arravali ranges, Pushkar radiates an aura of tranquility reflecting the
peace and the open spaces of country life. The warmth and hospitality of the people will make a
visit an occasion to remember.
Places you should visit in Pushkar tour
You may also visit other locations but these are the places of more significance.
- Manak Chowk
- Patwon ki haveli
- Salim Singh Ki Haveli
- Lake Gadisar