Pushkar Tour – Combining Religion with Culture

With an ever rising number of tourists descending on Pushkar to savor the rich society and cultural heritage that it has to recommend, it is a name most of the tourists to India are recognizable with. Bulks of the people who Come to Rajasthan  include some sort of a Pushkar tour to their journey. As one of the dams or pilgrimage sites for Hindus, This Town is a well-liked destination for the faithfully inclined. Situated next to the Pushkar Lake, Town has also much to recommend for those interested in scenic loveliness with the great number of people coming to Pushkar, it is almost not any doubt that the leading tour operators and travel websites have come to recommend a lot of Tour Packages dealing with Pushkar.

With a lot of temples and fifty-two Ghats, Pushkar is one of the most significant places for Hindu Dharm follower and there are lots of places to visit in Pushkar. It is supposed that if you take a bath on Kartik Purnima, it is equivalent to carry out yajnas for a number of years.

All along with being a well-known Hindu dharma, Pushkar is maybe more usually associated with Mela or Fair. A well-liked fair held around in November, December each year, Pushkar Fair lasts for five days. Undertake five days of celebration and pleasure, Pushkar Fair sees heavy turnout each year. As a Pushkar Tour can be booked around the year, it is particularly at the time of Pushkar Fair that there is greater demand for such Pushkar Tour Packages.

In Pushkar Tour So Many Temples

Brahma Temple

Brahma Mandir is a Hindu temple, Apart from the well known Pushkar Lake and 500 temples in the city, the city includes Brahma temple. This temple is exclusive as it is the only temple in the world which is dedicated to Lord Brahma. The walls of the Brahma Temple are ornamented with the images of peacocks. In front of the chamber Sanctorum of the temple is placed a good looking silver turtle . this is a must see when visiting Pushkar, 11 km from the Ajmer city.

Savitri Temple 

Savitri temple is situated on the hill behind the Brahma Temple which can be arriving at by a flight of steps. This temple presents an attractive vision of the lake and the nearby desert scope and the Varah temple, which was rebuilt by Raja Sawai Jai Singh of Jaipur. It is well known for statue, carvings and richly ornamented image house. Besides the temples, another tourist attraction of Pushkar is the Man Mahal. This is the main generous house in Pushkar and was used by Raja Man Singh during his visits to Pushkar

Pushkar travel should be preferably planned during the winters when the well -known Pushkar fairs are held. The camel and cattle fairs of Pushkar have established popularity and make tremendous interest not only in the middle of the Indians but also in the middle of the foreign tourists.

Before making plan for the Pushkar tour search out some good Pushkar tour packages so that you get lot from your Pushkar tour