Pushkar a small city situated in the states of Rajasthan India is famous for its Brahma Temples and the world’s most interesting Cattle fair which is named as Pushkar Cattle fair.
Pushkar attracts numerous visitors from all over the world who come to this small city in Rajasthan for a Holy Dip at the Ghats near Brahma Temple. But the crowd of tourist is mostly attracted by its annual cattle fair, which is spectacular to behold. Pushkar is well known as a tourist destination. The Rajasthan tourism ministry has taken several measures to ensure the comfort and safety of the tourists who come to Pushkar. There are many hotels in the city ranging from the luxurious to the budget-friendly. Thus, accommodation and food are easily available here. But during the pushkar cattle fair duration get ready to shell out extra bucks for your accommodation because the entire city is almost sold out months ago.
Pushkar, has an interesting and long historical past which one can listen from the villagers from Pushkar. Pushkar is a tranquil and peaceful city. For those who want to know about Pushkar and its great historical and cultural heritage, a visit to this city gives the perfect opportunity.
Why One Should visit Pushkar?
Pushkar is the site of the holiest lake in the country.
Pushkar fair is termed as one of the largest cattle fair after Sonepur Mela in Bihar.
According to Hindu Mythology, Pushkar one of the oldest city in India and the only city in world to have the dedicated temple of Lord Brahma – the creator.
Pushkar has 52 bathing ghats, which are linked to the lunar calendar, enclose the lake. Each ghat has its own miraculous qualities and powers of healing.
Pushkar city is also termed as city of temples and has over 500 temples built over different eras with varied architectural styles.
An opportunity to visit the locals of Rajasthan. The locals here are still free from commercialization.