Pushkar is one of the most holy towns for Hindus that is absolutely captivated by the simplicity and rural charm that greets you while you visit this part of Rajasthan in India. If you are looking for Sightseeing in Pushkar or things to do in Pushkar there are enough activities and attractions to keep the Visitor busy. Pushkar has a number of exciting tourist attractions including the famous Pushkar Lake and Brahma Temple. Local attractions can be visited at any time of the day, be it early morning, afternoon, evening or night, as suitable for travelers. Check out the following interesting places to visit in Pushkar. (Image by pavangupta)
Pushkar Lake is one of the must visit tourist attractions that must not to be missed when you plan a visit to Pushkar. Pushkar Lake is the major tourist attractions in Rajasthan and features on the itinerary of each and every visitor. It is a beautiful semi-circular lake with 52 lovely ghats surrounding it and it is famous not just for its pious significance but also as a tourist attraction. The Pushkar Lake is considered to be holy by most Hindus and a dip in the lake is held to be very auspicious. Mrikand Muni Kund that is believed to impart knowledge and wisdom while the waters of the Kapil Vyapi Kund has remedial powers and is said to be capable of healing leprosy. (Image by Piyush Tank)
Religious Sites in Pushkar
Pushkar houses large number of religious sites which has been considered to be a sacred town for the Hindus. Brahma Temple is one of the main sites of Pushkar Pilgrimage that is well known for its uniqueness and the wonderful setting of the temple. Make a visit to the Varah Temple, which is one of the oldest and largest temples that form a significant part of Pushkar Pilgrimage that is dedicated to the incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
Savitri Temple is located at Pushkar that enshrines the deity Savitri that is also quite popular among the pilgrims. Rangji Temple is known for its gracious south Indian style of architecture and the temple houses a huge image of Lord Vishnu. Apteshwar Temple is another important temple in Pushkar that is perfect for the best relaxation. There are also some of the other religious sites, you can make a visit and have a great time.
Other Attractions in Pushkar
Pushkar offers an exciting range of activities to its visitors. You can enjoy excursions to Kuchaman famous for its fort and palaces, Kisangarh famous for Kisangarh Art, Ajmer famous for Dargah of Sufi saint Khawaja Nizamuddin Auliya, and Sambhar Lake. During Pushkar Fair, you can shop for unique items like beads, lovely colorful bangles, leather goods, camel cover, and much more. Visit Pushkar during the festival to experience the original charm of the town. Tourists can explore the rugged terrain of the Great Indian Desert of Thar using camels.
The Aravallis are one of the world’s oldest mountain ranges that offer ample opportunities to witness mesmerizing sunrises and sunsets. If you want to extend your holiday, you can make a visit to some of the other interesting places such as the Ranganath Venugopal Temple, Paapmochini Temple, Dharma Camel Safari Floating Lamps and much more.
Explore and enjoy your trip in Pushkar!