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Pushkar: The Holy Town of Rajasthan

PUSHKAR

ABOUT PUSHKAR:

MODE OF COMMUNICATION:

SIGHTSEEING AT A GLANCE

FORT &MONUMENTS

Man Mahal, Merta City, Naga Pahar, Pushkar Palace, Pushkar Fort.

 

PILGRIM CENTRE

Brahma Temple, Varah Temple, Ranji Temple, Savitri Temple, Gurudwara Singh Sabha, Mahadev Temple, Gayatri  Mata Temple,  Aloo Baba Temple.

GARDEN

Rose Garden, The Secret Garden, Nishchal Garden, Sai Baba Garden.

MUSEUM & AUDITORIUM

Shiv Shakti Art & Handicraft, Vikas Handicrafts, Collector's Paradise-Vintage Art Gallery, Shiva Textile, Ambica arts, Sootsthan Audutorium.

OTHERS

Pushkar Lake, Varah Ghat, Gau Ghat, 108 Mahadev Ghat, Budha Pushkar Lake.

FAIRS & FESTIVALS

Pushkar Camel Fair, Pushkar Holi, Nagaur Fair, Veer Teja or Tejaji.

SHOPPING

Pushkar Bazaar, Market Square, Sadar Bazaar, Kedalganj bazaar, The Handicraft store, Sarafa bazaar, Baza bazaar, D&G handmade Jewellery.

 

ATTRACTIONS OF PUSHKAR

Pushkar lake:

Varaha Temple :

Pushkar Camel Fair :

 Mahadev Temple:

Merta city:

Naga Pahar :

Rose Garden:

Singh-Sabha-Gurudwara :

Pushkar Bazar :

Rangji temple :

Sarafa Bazaar:

Kishangarh :

Man Mahal :

Brahma Temple :

 Apteshwar Temple :

 Camping in Pushkar:

Pap Mochani Temple :

 Camel safari:

 

FAIRS & FESTIVALS OF PUSHKAR

The Sacred Festival, organized annually in Pushkar in the month of  November or December. It is a two-day festival in Pushkar. The celebration takes place at the Jaipur Ghat. Celebrating the rich heritage of Rajasthan with soulful activities, musical retreats, and cultural shows, this festival will surely captivate your imagination. This festivals in Rajasthan aims to celebrate the spirit of creative expression by amalgamating different rejuvenating experiences like music, yoga, meditation etc. One can enjoy musical performances, folk dance shows, heritage walk, wellness sessions etc.

Pushkar Camel Fair is considered as one of the most highly rated  touristic experiences in India amongst the fairs of Rajasthan which is held in Pushkar in the month of  October/November for five days.  It attracts on average more than three hundred thousand people. On display are thousands of camels. Nobody can see these many camels at a single place anywhere in the world. Not only are camels present but there are cattle and horses as well. The fair is being held to remember a unique tradition of livestock trading and it is one of the famous fairs and festivals of Rajasthan.  MatkaPhod, longest moustache, bridal competition, Camel race and aerobics are the main attractions of this fair. Foreigners also take part in a cricket match with the local people.

For more Information, kindly visit :-  http://www.tourism.rajasthan.gov.in/fairs-and-festivals.html