This is when all the activities with camels and other cattle will take place - the cattle trading, camel races, as well as various shows and competitions etc. The best days are going to be the Nov 8th - Nov 15en: Camel Fair.
Excitement, gaiety and a keen sense of competition fill the air as the long journey to Pushkar begins. The only temple dedicated to Lord Brahma (the creator) is located at Pushkar. The Pushkar lake is surrounded.
Camel Trading in Pushkar is part of the Pushkar fair and is an interesting thing to watch. Pushkar fair is the world's largest camel fair and tourists around the globe flock out to watch this spectacular fair.
The nearest airport is Jaipur (145 km), from where one can take flights for Delhi and Mumbai. Ajmer is the nearest railway station from where one can take trains for the major destinations in Rajasthan.
The Pushkar Fair is no less than an encyclopedia on the tradition and culture of the state of Rajasthan. It is the event when a better population of the state can be found at one place and at one time.