About 400 temples and shrines are located at Pushkar around its holy lake, which finds a mention in the Padma Purana. Legend has it that Lord Brahma in search for a spot to hold his 'yagna' (religious ritual).
Savitri Temple in Pushkar is a temple of world recognition. Savitri Temple is highly acclaimed by the tourists as well as by the locals Savitri Temple is the temple dedicated to the first wife of Lord Brahma.
Old Rangji Temple Pushkar Rajasthan is a famous temple where ant tourists flock every year to pay their homage to the deities. Lord Rangji Temple speaks about Lord Rangji who is believed to be the incarnation.
In the desert state of Rajasthan, Pushkar grows more roses every year than any other part of India! That might come as a surprise to many. Because, the importance of the only Brahma Temple in the world and the world’s.
Talking about Pushkar Fair the most striking feature is the cattle competition. Imagine the entire limelight on beautifully decorated cattle when they race their ways into the audiences’ heart or the manner.
The annual fair held at Pushkar in the month of Kartik is the largest cattle fair in the entire Asia. Visitors and tourists from all over the world gather here to witness the participation of numerous camels, horses.
Kalbeliya Dance Kalbeliya is one of the sensuous dance forms of Rajasthan. It is performed by the Kalbeliyas, the snake charmers community. The dancers wear long, black skirt decorated with sliver ribbons.
Rajasthani Villages - Portraying The real india The villages of Rajasthan are a classic way of exploring the arduous life of Rajasthani folks who thrive on the stubborn pulse of nature. Nestling happily.
Heritage camps are providing budget and economic accommodation packages to travellers who wish to attend the worlds largest cattle fair . The Heritage Camps Pushkar is specially pitched during the camel fair.