Pilgrimage/ Camel Fair


510 m

STD Code


Best Season

Oct - Mar




Hindi, Rajasthani and English


Pushkar Travel Guide

Rajasthan is a land of cultures, colourful festivals, delectable foods, ornamental and ethenic jewels and much more! Pushkar, one of the cities in Rajasthan is famous for its world’s largest camel fair,r and the festival is celebrated in full zeal and enthusiasm.

Pushkar is located on the shore of Pushkar Lake and is an important pilgrimage site for the Hindus and Sikhs. There are some fantastic places to explore during your visit to Rajasthan, and you will fall in love with the place. Here are some fantastic places to not miss on your Pushkar tour -

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Best Tourists Places In Pushkar

  • The Brahma temple
  • Naga Pahar
  • Merta temple
  • Pushkar Lake
  • Mahadev temple
  • Pushkar fair
  • Sarafa bazaar

The Brahma temple

It is one of the only Brahma temples in the world. It attracts many tourists to visit the place and take the blessings of the lord. After climbing 650 stairs to the temple, you can reach the top of the temple, take blessings and get a view of the beautiful Pushkar city and lake. One of the unique traditions is that married men are not allowed to enter the temple.

Naga Pahar

naga Pahar divides Pahar between Pushkar and Ajmer, which is slowly diminishing. Soon the pahar will disappear, but until then, it is an excellent site for photographers to climb the hilltop and take a mesmerising view of the city.

Merta temple

Meera bai, of the devotees of Lord Krishna, was born in Pushkar. The birthplace attracts many followers of Lord Krishna every year. There are two temples inside it, namely, Dadhimati temple and Charbhuja temple.

Pushkar Lake

the lake is located nearest to the Brahma temple, and it is believed that Lord Brahma and Savitri used to offer their prayers here. There are around 52 ghats on this lake specially designed for offering prayers and taking baths. Usually, prayers on these ghats are done for the ancestors. One of the famous ghats among all is the brahma ghat.

Mahadev temple

pushkar has many temples, and this is one of the significant temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It was constructed in the 19th century attracting many pe,ople and is one of the most visited temples.

Pushkar fair

one of the largest camel fair in india is a must visit. Best time to visit pushkar is when pushkar fair is around, that is held in ocIndiar or november. It attracts thousands of people from alll over the world. More than just a camel racing competition, it is the reflection of their traditions and cultures. Villagers wait throughout the yaer for the festivals and embrace the celebrations with their presence wearing ghagra choli, colouful turbans. It is a life time experience for travellers.

Sarafa bazaar

all you find in the rajasthan markets is their culture, beautiful earrings and neck pieces, colourful skirts, traditional jutis and handicrafts. Pushkar market - sarafa bazaar offers you all the things that people around the globe are looking for. Pushkar is an experience of a life time. Visit pushkar and get drowned in their vibrant colors and traditions. An avid traveller would love to experience the exceptional feeling it provides.