Pushkar Tour Packages
Pushkar is one of the holiest city in India located to the northwest of Ajmer is thronged by thousands of tourists and devotees from all corners of the world. It is surrounded three sides by Nag Pahar means the Snake Mountain forms the natural border between Ajmer and Pushkar. Colourful annual camel fair, world-famous Brahma Temple, 52 bathing ghats, 400 milky- blue temples, the soundtrack of chanting, drums, gongs and devotional songs make Pushkar a fascinating city to visit and enjoy a blissful holiday. Pushkar tour helps you to unfold the surprises of this beautiful city and discovered its charm and return back with a bag full of unforgettable experiences.
Embark on a sightseeing tour of Pushkar with your family and friends by selecting the best available Pushkar tour packages and start your tour with a visit to Brahma Temple located near to Pushkar Lake which holds the special place in the hearts of Indians. It is the only temple in the world dedicated to Lord Brahma and houses a Chaturmukhi (four-faced) idol of Lord Brahma in the inner sanctum. A pilgrimage is not considered to be complete without a dip in the holy Pushkar Lake which is surrounded by 52 ghats and over 400 temples is truly a magnificent and among the major attractions of Rajasthan. If you want to absorb the true colour and flavours of a desert then a desert camp surely provides you with a chance where you can witness its true essence. The exotic location of the campsite, traditional attires of people, spectacular views of sunsets along with golden sand dunes surely delight the senses of its every visitor.
Among the other things to do in Pushkar is to visit its largest and most ancient Varah Temple dedicated to Varah, a boar that is considered to be the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It is an architectural masterpiece built in the 12th century and an interesting place to explore the intriguing facets of Hindu Mythology. Don’t miss an opportunity to visit the largest royal place or residence Mahal located beside the Sarovar Lake which is truly an engaging place to visit. Built by Raja Man Singh I, it is now converted to a royal guest house where you can stay and enjoy a unique experience. Another temple which is worth visit due to its unique South Indian architecture is Rangji Temple which was constructed under the aegis of Seth Puran Mal Ganeriwal in 1823 is among the popular temples of the region. Pushkar Bazaar is the most recommended attractions by any travel guide to Pushkar that not only offer the assortment of items sold in the marketplace but provides the glimpses of rich cultural heritage and traditions of the place as well.
So what you are waiting for! Just pack your bags now and enjoy the most fun-packed holiday trip of your life