Pushkar is a holy town in Rajasthan's state, Ajmer district in India. It’s located northwest of Ajmer around 14km from this district town. The town is one of the revered pilgrimage site for Hindus.
Brahma Temple in Pushkar is one of the most famous and only few of the temples dedicated to Lord Brahma in the holy city of Pushkar, Rajasthan. This Pushkar Brahma Temple is the place of deep spirituality and thousand of devotees come here to pay homage to the many gods that reside in this temple town. Pushkar city has over 500 temples with the main Pushkar temple. It is dedicated to lord Brahma and the only Brahma temple anywhere in the world. Although the structures of the temple dates back to 14th century but it is believed that the temple is about 2000 years old.
Camel Safari at Pushkar
Camel safaris in Pushkar take visitors around the town and beyond using the ships of deserts. Visitors get to see old mountain ranges with beautiful sandy dunes, small villages and other numerous beautiful sites.
Pushkar fair is a cattle fair which occurs for five continuous days. This fair involves merry making with traditional dances, camel racing and magic shows. Thousands of cattle are exchanged during this vibrant trading fair.
Pushkar lake is a sacred lake for Hindus which pays as a pilgrimage spot. It attracts many visitors due to its renown status.
Savitri temple is dedicated to Devi Savitri who was the wife of Lord Brahma. This temple can be seen from a far distance as it is located on top of Ratnagiri hills. It offers a wide and far range of view of Pushkar town.
It’s a temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu and the largest temple in Pushkar. This temple is also the most ancient temple is Pushkar. It is covered with one of the most beautiful sculptures.