Places To Visit in Pushkar

  • Pushkar Mela

    Pushkar Mela

    The Pushkar Mela is where you'll witness real Rajasthani culture. Camel and cattle trading define the essence of the event. Villagers from across Rajasthan, and more recently from other states, descend to this desert town to trade livestock.

    The festivities begin with a camel race wherein ...

  • Brahma Temple

    Brahma Temple

    Brahma temples are rare. It must have been some really important reason for which the Hindus have an uncountable number of temples dedicated to each of their gods/goddesses. In case of Brahma – the very god believed to have created the Universe, the Brahma Temple in Pushkar is beautifully painted ...

  • Pushkar Lake

    Pushkar Lake

    Surrounded by a whopping 500 big and small temples, a parikrama of Pushkar Lake is believed to redeem your sins. The lake has 52 ghats, each of which were once the personal ghats for the 52 maharajas of Rajasthan who performed sacred rituals here. ...

    Religious Lake and Waterfall
  • Panch Kund Shiva Temple

    Panch Kund Shiva Temple

    Centrally located in the town, the Panch Kund Shiva temple is just 2 to 3 kilometers away from the famous Pushkar Lake. If you’re interested to know more about the stories of Mahabharata, visit this beautiful Temple which is known to have been built by the Pandavas and is dedicated ...

  • Savitri Mandir

    Savitri Mandir

    Perched atop a hill in Pushkar, it is the hour-long climb to the Savitri Temple which can be the most rewarding experience of visiting this temple. As you gain elevation, you'll be treated to amazing views of the desert and vistas of the town below. It is advisable to begin ...

  • Vishnu Temple

    Vishnu Temple

    Just as you enter the town of Pushkar (from the Ajmer side), you'll see a temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It is a majestic sight of this part of Pushkar and a must visit for all. Typical of its south-Indian architecture, the temple impresses you with its pure white architecture. ...

  • Ghats of Pushkar

    Ghats of Pushkar

    Pushkar has 52 ghats around the lake, each one constructed for a Rajput Maharaja, who used to worship and pay respect to their local deities and other Hindu gods. However, two of them are the most notable. The Gau Ghat is famous because the ashes of Mahatma Gandhi, Jawahar Lal ...

  • Dargah Sharif of Ajmer

    Dargah Sharif of Ajmer

    On your trip to Pushkar, don’t forget to drive a few extra kilometres and visit the world-famous Dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti in Ajmer. Visit it to make offerings in the name of the Sufi saint. Adding to the ambience of the Dargah complex is its impeccable Mughal architecture, spellbinding ...

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