Tourism in Pushkar takes you to the small, sleepy but picturesque town in Rajasthan in India. It is ensconced in a valley about 14 km off Ajmer. Pushkar owes its fame to its holy lake, Unique Brahma Temple and annual cattle fair. It is surrounded by hills on three sides and sand dunes on one which makes it a fascinating location. For Tourism in Pushkar one should plan his itinerary for winter season as it is the best season to visit pushkar. Also the famous camel fair of Pushkar also takes place in winters around October or November.
When you are planning for tourism in Pushkar you tend to explore its history which is really interesting. Pushkar is one of the five most sacred places of pilgrimage of Hindus. It was created when a lotus leaf fell from Brahma's hand and holy lake sprout up there. Till then lakhs of visitors visit Pushkar annually for various reasons. Tourism in Pushkar takes you to various ghats and temples. The most famous temple is Brahma Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Brahma. A red spire dots the temple and over the gateway is the Goose, symbol of Brahma. Another famous temple in Pushkar is temple of Savitri on the small hillock. There is holy Pushkar lake.
Another the most important attraction for tourism in Pushkar is the annual camel fair. This fair attracts more than two lakh people all over the globe. It is the one of the most charismatic and colorful fair held in the Rajasthan. It is held on the 11th day of bright half moon. Thousands of tourists and pilgrims congregate to take dip and chant verses to appease gods.
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