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  • Places to Visit in Pushkar

    Pushkar Lake, Brahma's Temple, Varah Temple, Savitri Temple, Pushkar Camel Fair, Man Mahal, Rangji Temple, Desert Camp, Mahadeva Temple, Pushkar Bazaar, Merta City, Rose Garden, Kishangarh, Apteshwar Temple, Man Mahal, Visit Pushkar Bazaar, Adventure Desert Camp, Merta City and Others. 

    Pushkar is not an unknown name, from the religious sights to the quirky cafes; there is an abundance of tourist places in Pushkar with hopeful surprises in every corner. The small shops lined up in the colourful streets are full of joy, vibrancy, culture, and warmth. Puskar is that corner of India where people get stunned by everything they see. 

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    Puskar border the Thar Desert and hence desert safaris are the most common adventure activity that excites the visitors. Pushkar Lake has 52 Ghats and where one can bathe. Jagatpita Brahma Mandir is the only temple dedicated to the Lord of creation (Brahma). The place is definitely not a big town but a rustic village that has gone hippie in the last couple of years. 

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    There are tons of items that you can take back home from the pretty markets of Pushkar like stunning silver jewelry, palazzos, bangles, bandhani sarees, artifacts made of mud and lovely dupattas. People mostly combine Ajmer and Pushkar in one trip due to the proximity they share, however, it is not a bad idea. Take a traditional homestay for your sojourn in Pushkar and you will undoubtedly fall in love with Pushkar, the village that gives an unforgettable experience.
  • Famous Places to Visit in Pushkar

  • 01Pushkar Lake

    Pushkar Lake
    Image Credit : KGMK - flickr

    Surrounded by more than fifty bathing ghats, this lake is located in the Ajmer district of Rajasthan. Legend has it that Lord Brahma was looking for a place to conduct a religious ceremony. He dropped a lotus to guide him. The lotus fell on the site which is now the Pushkar Lake.

    It is a sacred water body for Hindus and is where the Pushkar Fair is held. Thousands of pilgrims visit here to take a holy dip during the fair which is said to cleanse sins. The lake is generally full through the year and has different varieties of fish. The surrounding regions are home to exotic flora and fauna. Numerous migratory birds visit the water body during certain seasons. Surrounded by good hotels and resorts, you are never short of accommodation facilities when here.

    Set amidst beautiful hills, the lake is one of the main tourist attractions of Rajasthan. These hills are where the Saint Agasthya's cave is, which is amongst the intriguing places to see in Pushkar. It is believed that in these adjoining hills, this great saint meditated for good part of his life.

    Pushkar, Rajasthan

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    Entry fee: 
    Free entry

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  • 02Varaha Temple

    Varaha Temple

    One of the most famous of all Pushkar tourist places, Varaha Temple is located in the heart of the city. With Pushkar being the land of glorious dynasties and religious temples, this beautiful temple does complete justice to its name. The Varaha Temple is dedicated to the chief Hindu God, Lord Vishnu’s avatar Varaha, who was incarnated in the form of a boar.

    The temple is built superbly with a remarkable architecture consisting of a dome, white walls and pillars. Due to its religious sanctity, it attracts a lot of Hindu devotees from across the country.

    Main Market, Pushkar, Rajasthan.

    Sunrise to Sunset.

    Entry fee:
    Free entry 

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  • 03Savitri Temple

    Savitri Temple

    The Savitri Temple is one of the most famous pilgrimage places to visit in Pushkar. As the name indicates, this temple is dedicated to Gayatri, the distressed wife of Lord Brahma. One needs to reach the Ratnagiri hilltop to by climbing approximately 200 stairs to reach this temple.

    However, one can also take the help of the ropeway to reach the temple. The story behind this temple is that Goddess Gayatri rested here on her visit to Pushkar. This temple is also known for its architectural and scenic beauty.

    Kharekhari Road, Pushkar, Rajasthan.

    9:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

    Entry fee:
    No entry fees.

  • 04Rangji Temple

    Rangji Temple

    The Rangji Temple is known for its South Indian architecture such as the high gopuram. Among the newer temples of the region, it was constructed under the aegis of Seth Puran Mal Ganeriwal in 1823. The grace and poise of this place of worship is unmistakable. It is one of the popular shrines in the region and experiences a steady influx of visitors every year.

    Dedicated to Lord Rangii, the temple is one among the few ones in Pushkar that incorporate South Indian architecture. The sacred structure also incorporates architectural styles of Rajput and Mughal designs making it unique. Being a Vishnu temple, you can see a large gathering of Vishnu devotees on important occasions.

    Given its distinct disposition, this revered shrine is amongst the top places to visit in Pushkar. In the vicinity are several sightseeing attractions. You can witness the local culture of this place on bicycling trips. Being a holy town with numerous temples, there is a palpable synergy of piety in every aspect of daily life here.

     Pushkar, Rajasthan 305022

    No restrictions on timings

    Entry fee:
    No entry fee

  • 05Gurudwara Sahib Pushkar

    Gurudwara Sahib Pushkar

    This beautiful Gurudwara is located in the heart of the town and is one of the most popular places to visit in Pushkar for Sikhs. It is believed that two of the Sikh gurus named Guru Nanak Dev and Guru Gobind Singh rested at this place on their visit to Pushkar.

    Also, there is the Gandhi Ghat here, which was earlier known as Gobind Ghat. It is the place where the 10th Guru of the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh stayed for a long time. There is a stone slab inscribed as Gobind Ghat present here under a kiosk, with four different scripts, including Devanagari, Gurumukhi, Persian as well as Roman. Moreover, the main priest here also has a handwritten copy of the Guru Granth Sahib, which is the most important religious scripture of Sikhism.

    Location: Opposite Indian Overseas Bank, Pushkar, Rajasthan.

    Timings: Open 24 hours.

    Entry fee: Free entry. 

  • 06Gayatri Mata Temple

    Gayatri Mata Temple

    Known for its string mythological connections, the historic and beautiful Gayatri Mata Temple is one of the most popular places to visit in Pushkar. It is said that Lord Brahma was cursed by his wife Gayatri when he married to an untouchable girl named Savitri to complete the yajna ceremony during her absence.

    As Goddess Gayatri was unaware of this marriage, she cursed Lord Brahma that he would not be worshipped anywhere else except Pushkar. Since then, Lord Brahma and Goddess Gayatri are worshipped at this temple together. The architectural beauty of this temple attracts most of the tourists.

    Location: Pushkar, Rajasthan.

    Timings: Open 24 hours (except during noon, and early afternoon).

    Entry fee: Free entry.

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  • 07Varaha Ghat

    Varaha Ghat

    Among the huge ghats that one can find in Pushkar, the Varah Ghat is a beautiful place known for its evening glory and scintillating views of the lake. Famous for the great Aarti ceremony conducted here every night, visitors can experience the warmth and serenity in the vibrant colours of the sky and lake along with the chanting of hymns and prayers.

    One can also find many food stalls and local vendors sell artistic handicrafts and Rajasthani artefacts along the ghat. It is a must visit place if you wish to see the actual vibe of Pushkar after sunset.

    Location: Varah Ghat Chowk, Choti Basti, Pushkar, Rajasthan.

    Timings: Open throughout the day.

    Entry fee: No entry fees. 

  • 08Gau Ghat

    Gau Ghat

    Pushkar is known as a land of ghats. Of the 52 ghats it has, the Gau Ghat is frequented the most. It is a huge ghat surrounded by the Raj Babra temple which sets its ambience. This ghat is popularly visited by people to perform the religious rituals precisely the pind daan ceremony for the ones who are dead.

    Furthermore, the Gau Ghat is popular because the ashes of Mahatma Gandhi, Jawahar Lal Nehru, and Lal Bahadur Shastri were scattered into the lake here. The lanes near the Gau Ghat are flooded with tiny street shops which offer leather products, jewellery, pieces artwork, and handicrafts.

    Main Market Road, Badi Basti, Pushkar, Rajasthan.

    Open throughout the day.

    Entry fee:
    No entry fees. However, charges are applicable if one wishes to perform any ritual.

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  • 09Pushkar Camel Fair

    Pushkar Camel Fair

    The Pushkar Camel Fair, also known as Kartik Mela, is one of the most beautiful camel festivals in the country. The festival is an 8-day long vibrant and colourful affair held in the month of November every year. This fair is organized every year to promote the local camel and cattle traders to do business during holy Kartik Purnima.

    Multiple shops across the fairground are set up which feature Rajasthani handicrafts, art and culture. Also, the best part about this fair is that each day of the fair has a unique set of activities including magic shows, snake charmers, puppet show, camel parade, gipsy dance and ghoomar.

    Location: Most of the activities take place at the place which is located to the west of town near the intersection of Brahma Temple Road and National Highway 89.

    Timings: It is advisable to reach early to enjoy the fair to the most.

    Entry fee: The entry to the Camel Fair is free. However, you do have to pay nominal charges for the activities and rides you wish to partake in.

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  • 10Brahma's Temple

    Brahma's Temple
    Image Credit : Rajasthan Tourism

    Also called the Jagatpita Brahma Mandir, this temple is located near to the Pushkar Lake. It is one of the few Brahma temples remaining in the country and is amongst the rare places to visit in Pushkar. The place of worship was built in the fourteenth century. Constructed of marble and stone, it has a unique architecture along with the majestic red pinnacle. The bird motif of the sacred structure gives it a distinctive identity. Inside the place of worship, images of Brahma adorn the sanctum sanctorum. Married men are not allowed entry into the sanctum sanctorum as this place is reserved only for ascetics or sanyasis.

    There are many fascinating architectural aspects of this temple. The pillared outdoor hall is one such structure that will leave you spellbound. The insides are built with stone slabs and molted lead has been used to combine them  on a high plinth, numerous marble steps lead to the temple. The scared place is visited by devotees throughout the year. Many come here only after taking a holy dip in the Pushkar Lake. Dedicated to Lord Brahma, the most important festival is held here during the months of October and November.

    Brahma Temple Rd, Ganahera, Pushkar, Rajasthan 305022


    Entry fee:
    Free entry

  • Other Places to Visit in Pushkar

  • 11Man Mahal

    Man Mahal

    The largest royal place of residence in Pushkar, Man Mahal is one of the places to visit in Pushkar. Located beside the Sarovar Lake, the view from here is engaging. You can see the entire expanse of the Sarovar Lake and the surrounding regions. It was built for Raja Man Singh-I, who visited this place as a retreat center. Now the erstwhile royal guest house is public guest house. It is open for visitors who can stay here and enjoy the many facets of Pushkar.

    Man Mahal has a commanding architecture that incorporates traditional Rajasthani architectural elements. There is a touch of Mughal influence in the design of the building. The palace is also called the Sarovar Hotel given that it is a world class stay offering an international ambience to suit all types of visitors.

    The interiors of the structure are a visual treat for visitors. Located on the banks of the lake, you can go for boating expeditions on these serene waters. The hotel administration also arranges for tour guides to help you make an informed trip into the heart of the city. Providing a unique experience, if you have ever fancied living in a palace, this is your opportunity.

    Near, lake Bridge, Acmer, Parikarma Marg, Pushkar, Rajasthan 305022

    9 AM to 5 PM

    Entry fee: 
    No entry fee

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  • 12Visit Pushkar Bazaar

    Visit Pushkar Bazaar

    The Pushkar Bazaar is amongst the top tourist destinations in Pushkar and the most popular amongst places to visit in Pushkar. The assortment of items sold in this marketplace provides you an insight of the culture here.This market is famous for rose pulp. You can also purchase syrup and gulkhand which are popular items sold in the shops here. Even though it is a bustling market, it is a beautiful place. All handicraft items and miscellaneous items sold here are reasonably priced.

    You can shop for Rajasthani costumes here. Be it the embroidered fabrics, utensils made of brass, glass ware, leather bags made of camel skin, and belts; there’s much to choose. There are a number of items only sold in this bazaar and have a high demand with international visitors. Given that Pushkar is a holy town many items sold here are of religious interest. There is a profound undercurrent of Hindu mythology in this bazaar given that even the handicraft items incorporate elements of piety.

    Pushkar, Rajasthan

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  • 13Adventure Desert Camp

    Adventure Desert Camp

    A desert camp setting is a chance to have an indulgent escape into nature, witness the locals dressed in traditional attire, ornaments and custom and spent your time by the bonfire singing and dancing. Despite the name, the desert is not an aloof island but is also surrounded by some trees, flowers and is bestowed with beautiful sunrises and sunsets.

    You can listen to the early morning music created by the chirping of birds and encounter the enthralling wildlife. The camps are nestled amongst the Aravali Mountains and the golden sand dunes of the desert. The exotic location of the campsite refreshes one’s mind and the spectacular view of the sunset and the golden sand dunes delights the photographer in you.

    The price of such camps range between INR 4000 to 5500 for one tent.

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    During the winter season, the ideal months are November and February when the temperature is neither too cold nor too hot.

    Folk music and dance program, camel safari to sunset points.

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  • 14Merta City

    Merta City

    Merta City is known as the birthplace of Meera Bai. She was a poet and princess who wrote many acclaimed essays and poetry articles. Her devotional songs are etched forever in the minds of people. She wrote these songs for her favorite god Lord Krishna. Krishna devotees also worship her because of her undying faith in Lord Krishna. There is also a temple dedicated to her as she also considered a saint.

    Visiting Merta City is an exotic and intriguing experience and is definitely amongst the top things to do in Pushkar. The place is full of meandering roads that crisscross each other. A popular place to visit here is the Meera Smarak. You can visit the museum inside to gain more insight on Meera, her life and times.

    There are numerous cloth paintings depicting her in various poses displayed in the museum.  Merta also has many temples and palaces. It is a beautiful city full of these impressive structures to keep you busy for several weeks together. The city was used as a trading port in the desert during the medieval period. One splendid structure you have to visit is the Aurangzeb Mosque.  

    Location: NH 89, Merta, Rajasthan 341510

    Timings: No restriction on timings

    Entry fee: No entry fee

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  • 15Mahadeva Temple

    Mahadeva Temple

    Built as early as the early 19th century, Mahadeva Temple is one of the most visited Pushkar tourist places, having great religious value. It is one of the finest temples in this town and is known for its unique architectural style. As the name indicates, this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva (Mahadeva).

    The best part about this temple is that the idol kept inside has five faces which is made of white marble and is decorated with beautiful ornaments. The interiors have multiple sculptures and carvings of numerous Hindu deities. The courtyard of this temple is also decorated with pink colored pillars which adds to its beauty.

    Location: Choti Basti, Pushkar, Rajasthan.

    Timings: 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

    Entry fee: No entry fees. 

  • 16The Laughing Buddha Cafe Pushkar

    The Laughing Buddha Cafe Pushkar

    One of the most elite restaurants, and among the top places to visit in Pushkar, the Laughing Buddha Café Pushkar is a travellers’ favourite. This is an elite eatery, which is suitable for every type of eater, from a lactose intolerant foodie to a health freak. Known to be one of the only places in Pushkar that serves vegan as well as gluten free food to its guests, this café is also fully vegetarian.

    With a fabulous, soothing ambience and hygienic food, it stands among the prime restaurants and cafes in the region. The lasagne, burritos and falafel served here are some of the favourite dishes.

    Gau Ghat, Main Market Road, Badi Basti, Pushkar, Rajasthan

    Open all through the day.

    Entry fee:
    INR 500 to INR 800 (for two)

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    • 17Budha Pushkar Lake

      Budha Pushkar Lake

      Among all the Pushkar Sightseeing places, the Budha Pushkar Lake is one of the most important historic lakes you can find here. Having a strong connection to Hindu mythology, this is the lake where Lord Ram is known to have performed the last rites of King Dashratha, his father.

      The lake was previously under desertification, which made it endangered. However, the government has made successful efforts in the preservation of the lake. And it is because of this, that the lake is now a beautiful spectacle for its visitors. It is also one of the most visited lakes of India.

      Location: Budha Pushkar Region, Nedaliya, Pushkar, Rajasthan

      Timings: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

      Entry fee: No entry fees.

    • 18Aloo Baba Temple

      Aloo Baba Temple

      Ranked among the top fascinating tourist places to visit in Pushkar, the Aloo Baba Temple is named after a guru who used to meditate in the area. Known for his simplicity, control and healthy living, this 70-year old man is known to eat just potatoes and nothing else, thereby giving the temple this name.

      According to him, potatoes can be cooked easily, and are also readily available. This fascinating temple is regularly visited by tourists on their trip to Pushkar. At times, one can even see him sitting on the 18-year old temple steps. 

      Location: Faysager To Ajaysar, Ajaysar, Rajasthan.

      Timings: 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

      Entry fee: Free entry.

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      • 19Shiv Shakti Art and Handicraft

        Shiv Shakti Art and Handicraft

        Rajasthan is known all over the world for its beautiful and intricate art and handicraft. And Shiv Shakti Art & Handicraft is one of the best stores where you can find some of the most beautiful handiwork. Boasting of an exquisite and exclusive collection of traditional Rajasthani art and handicrafts, they offer everything from home décor, paintings and more.

        You can visit their store to take a look at or buy their premium collection. However, most of the art pieces found there are listed online. 

        Below Alka Guest House, Bharma Chowk Badi Basti, Pushkar, Rajasthan .

        9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 

        Entry fee:
        A purchase could range anywhere between INR 10 to INR 1000, or more. 

      • 20Doctor Café

        Doctor Café

        One of the most visited cafes in Pushkar, the Doctor Café offers its guests a wide variety of delicious dishes. As most of the tourist crowd in Pushkar consists of foreigners, the café caters accordingly by serving several different cuisines, such as Italian, Chinese and Israeli, among others.

        It also serves all three meals viz., breakfast, lunch and dinner at the designated time slots. The main thing that attracts most of the tourists to this café is its hygiene. The food is served in a tempting and appetizing manner to attract tourists all throughout the day.

        Location: Brahma Temple Road, near Brahma Temple, Badi Basti, Pushkar, Rajasthan.

        Timings: 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

        Entry fee: Approx. INR 1,000 (for two).

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      Varaha Temple Pushkar

      Located in the quaint town of Pushkar in Ajmer district of Rajasthan, the Varaha Temple is dedicated to one of Lord Vishnu’s most famous incarnations. Lord Varaha is worshipped in the form of a boar deity that presides over this incredible temple. Varaha Temple’s location in Pushkar is of considerable significance too.

      The town is incredibly holy for both Hindus and Sikhs. As a result, thousands of devotees from across the country visit the Varaha Temple to offer their prayers to the Holy Lord every year.The story behind the presiding deity Lord Varaha is narrated by priests of the temple and locals alike. When the demon Hiranyaksh tried to sink the earth beneath the water as a part of his shenanigans to irk the gods, Lord Vishnu incarnated as a wild boar and saved the earth on its horns.

      He fought with the evil Hiranyaksha for thousands of years and later brought the earth out of the cosmic ocean, thereby restoring peace and prosperity as it were. As a saviour of the world, Lord Varaha is worshipped by those desiring wealth and wanting to escape the unforgiving cycle of life and death.

      This temple is often thought to be one of its kind since there are no other notable or significantly large temples of the Varaha form of Lord Vishnu anywhere else in this world. You may visit this place for a truly insightful experience of the ancient Hindu scriptures of Vishnu Purana and Dashavatara Katha.


      Rangji Temple

      Devoted to lord Vaikuntha Venkatesh, the new Rangji temple is amongst the most ancient temples in all of Pushkar. The temple is acknowledged for its mesmerizing architectural design including the high rising Gopuram, a composition which is common amongst several South Indian temples followed by an enormous entrance. The temple, through its layout also carries the essence of Mughal architecture as well. Bowing inside the temple, we find it's four corners embedded with Garuda, signifying the presence of Vaikuntha Venkatesh. Among the temple exists sections of other temples, specifically eight in number, that are dedicated to various gods including Goddess Laxmi and Lord Krishna among others.

      The presence of a priest at the temple is always mandatory and they act as a caretaker of the new Rangji temple. Visitors can also indulge in prayers and 'puja' sessions at the temple which is carried out every day. The serene atmosphere and delightful architecture of the temple have made it one of the most visited places among tourists in the holy town of Pushkar. The temple is particularly crowded with tourists during the Pushkar fair, a holy celebration that is celebrated every year during the Kartik period. 

      All in all, devotees and tourists who find delight in architectural elegance should definitely pay a visit to the charming New Rangji temple. It is family-friendly and takes more than an hour to explore it completely which makes it a promising destination for weekend getaways with family and friends. There are also various eateries and snack shops near the temple place for visitors to enjoy a good meal.


      Man Mahal

      Known as the largest royal place of residence in all of Pushkar, Man Mahal is the place to be if you are looking to go back in time and revisit history. Located a short walk away from the Sarovar Lake, it offers amazing views of the town, in addition to mesmerising sunrises and sunsets. The insides of Man Mahal are also home to a temple, which is of great religious significance. 

      The interiors of Man Mahal boast of the traditional and intricate designs of Rajasthan’s handiwork. Upon visiting Man Mahal, one can get a clear view of not just the lake, but also of all the temples which surround it. 

      Built by Raja Man Singh I of Amber, Man Mahal was used as a retreat not just for Man Singh, but also for his guests when they used to visit Pushkar. Now turned into a retreat for visitors, and most commonly known as the RTDC Hotel Sarovar Pushkar, Man Mahal is one of the few places in this town which not only oozes of the traditional Rajasthani culture, but also offers people a world-class stay. 

      This royal guest house-turned- luxurious heritage hotel is presently run by the Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation. Furthermore, the hotel is known for organising many enjoyable activities for its guests, including camel and jeep safaris, camping arrangements, and more. In addition to top-notch amenities and elegant accommodation, you can also enjoy a sumptuous royal-style dining here. 

      Still retaining the old-world charm, Man Mahal is the best place to be if you wish to take a glimpse into the eras that have gone by.


      Pushkar Lake

      Pushkar Lake is located in the sacred town of Pushkar in Ajmer district of Rajasthan. As per the Hindu scriptures, it is the “Tirtha Raj”- the king of pilgrimage sites related to a water-body. Pushkar also houses the most prominent temple of Brahma. The shimmering water of the lake, reflecting the clear sky and majestic hills, is a beautiful sight.

      The beautiful lake is surrounded by hills on three sides and overlooking vast desert on the fourth. The surrounding hills are home to many interesting sites like the “Agasthya” caves in snake mountain. According to the legends, the water of the lake holds special powers and a dip in the lake can wash away sins accumulated over 100 years. 

      What makes this beautiful lake even more magnificent is the presence of over 500 Hindu temples around the lake. Fifty-two bathing ghats surround the lake where devotees take sacred dips that are said to cleanse the soul of worldly sins.

      The name “Pushkar” is especially famous because of the grand Pushkar Fair that is held in Pushkar around Kartik Poornima( In the months of October-November). The auspicious event draws thousands and thousands of devotees every year who come to the lake to seek salvation. The lake drains a catchment of the Aravalli hills and is rich in fish and other aquatic life.

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      • Q. What are the best places to visit in Pushkar with friends?

        1. Pushkar Bazaar: If you have a gang of shopaholic pals, consider heading to the famous Pushkar Bazaar to shop for amazing local handicrafts, Rajasthani attires, leather products, gulkand, and rose pulp.
        2. Merta: Merta is a historic place to visit with friends and discover interesting facts about Meera Bai and the iconic battles fought here. 
        3. Naga Pahar: Naga Pahar is a nice place to visit for a small trekking experience with friends. This place also offers mesmerizing sights of the entire city of Pushkar. 
        4. The Laughing Buddha Cafe: The Laughing Buddha Cafe is one of the best destinations to hang out and chill with friends in Pushkar. This cozy cafe is known popularly for its salubrious vegan preparations.  
        5. Varaha Temple: Pay a visit to the oldest and biggest temple of Pushkar, Varaha Temple with your friends to seek blessings for the well-being of your friendship.

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        Ananta Resort - Located at Ajmer Pushkar Road, Village - Leela Sevri, 4 Kms before Pushkar, Rajasthan 305022
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        Bhanwar Singh Palace - Located at  Village: Hokra, Pushkar Dist., Ajmer, Rajasthan 305022
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        Located at Village: Hokra, Pushkar Dist., Ajmer, Rajasthan 305022
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        4. Trekking and Camping at Pushkar - Book at Rs. 3750 Only
        5. Overnight Camel Safari in Pushkar - Book at Rs. 3300 Only

      • Q. Which are the famous ghats in Pushkar?

        There are many places to visit in Pushkar, in addition to the numerous Pushkar sightseeing places. But, the most important of these places include the 52 ghats that surround the Pushkar Lake and are known for their religious importance. You can also take a bath and offer your prayers in these ghats. Some of the most famous ghats in Pushkar are:

        1. Brahma Ghat
        2. Varaha Ghat
        3. Dadhich Ghat
        4. Gwalior Ghat
        5. Saptarishi Ghat
        6. Kota Ghat
        7. Gau Ghat
        8. Yag Ghat
        9. Jaipur Ghat
        10. Karni Ghat
        11. Gangaur Ghat
        12. Holkar Ghat
        13. Badri Ghat
        14. 108 Mahadev Ghat
        15. Swarup Ghat
        16. Kalyan Ghat

      • Q. What is Pushkar famous for?

        Located in the Ajmer district of Rajasthan, Pushkar is most famous around the country for the annual Pushkar Camel Fair held over 8 days in the month of November marking the Kartika Purnima month. It also attracts a staggering figure of almost 200,000 people.

        Other than that, this place is famous for its religious sights, the many ghats and temples present here, as well as the quirky restaurants and cafes one can find in this little town.  Everything about Pushkar tends to fill its visitors with surprise, from the small shops and shacks lining the lanes to the colourful, vibrant streets which show off the culture of Rajasthan, in addition to its warmth. 

      • Q. What are the highlights of Pushkar Fair?

        The Pushkar Fair, also commonly known as the Pushkar Camel Fair, is one of the best places to visit in Pushkar. Held in the town of Pushkar every year in the month of November during Kartik Purnima, the fair is a must visit event, especially if you are travelling in the region at this time.

        Pushkar Fair is a traditional carnival that brings thousands of camels, cattle and horses together. This colourful 8-day long affair attracts a large number of tourists and photographers from all over the world. Some of the major highlights of the Pushkar Fair are:

        1. Camel and Horse Races
        2. Cultural Performances
        3. Art and Craft Exhibitions
        4. Magic Shows
        5. Ghoomar Dances
        6. Bridal Competitions
        7. Hot Air Balloon
        8. Camel Safari
        9. Horse Safari

      • Q. Can you drink alcohol in Pushkar?

        Pushkar is considered to be a holy town. And it is because of this, that drinking alcohol is not allowed in this town. However, there are certain restaurants, cafes and shops, which offer cocktails and other alcoholic beverages. But most of these are located on the outskirts of Pushkar, in the Ajmer region. 

      • Q. What is the ideal duration for a holiday in Pushkar?

        There is no scarcity of Pushkar tourist places that will impress you with their charm when you are on a tour here. An ideal duration for a holiday in Pushkar is between 2 to 4 days. For a two-day trip to Pushkar, you can cover the following places on

        Day 1:

        1. Pushkar Lake
        2. Brahma Temple
        3. Savitri Temple
        4. Man Mahal
        5. Merta City
        6. Pushkar Bazaar

        On day two, you can start with:

        1. Adventure activities
        2. Visit the different Ghats
        3. Rose Garden
        4. Sarafa Bazaar
        5. Camel Safari
        6. Dinner at The Laughing Buddha Café Pushkar