When we talk about Pushkar, what strikes our mind is a pilgrimage spot. The place is powerful as it contains 400 temples that attract a large number of spiritual tourists from all across the world. Basically, Pushkar is known as a temple town in Rajasthan that is nestled by the Pushkar lake, holding historical importance from the time when Lord Brahma had dropped a lotus upon the lake, as believed by the people. To pay a visit to the most sacred town of Pushkar, you will have to pick a customized Pushkar Tour Package from Swan Tours.
|Best Pushkar Tour Itinerary||No. of Days||Price*|
|Pushkar Tour Packages from Delhi||07 Days / 06 Nights||Rs. 18,000|
|5 Days Pushkar Tour Packages||06 Days / 05 Nights||Rs. 17, 500|
|3 Days tour to Pushkar||03 Days / 02 Nights||Rs. 9, 500|
|Jaipur and Pushkar Tour Package||04 Days / 03 Nights||Rs. 12, 399|
|3 Days Trip to Pushkar||03 Days / 02 Nights||Rs. 9, 250|
If you are concerned for the best time to visit Pushkar for a vacation, then the summers must never be an option because the weather seems to hot and sry. The months from November to February is the best time to travel to the place because the climate treats you well with cooler nights.
The most authentic thing about the month of November is the Pushkar Cattle Fair which is celebrated in this month. This fair displays the Rajasthani culture at the fullest by attracting a lot of tourists through some of the most definite alluring activities like Matka Tod, Longest Moustache and Bridal Competitions and so on.
If you choose to travel to Pushkar via flight, then you must acknowledge that Pushkar does not have an airport. The nearest airport is in Jaipur from where you need to find a road conveyance like car/ taxi or bus to reach the place.
If you choose the train to reach Pushkar, then you will get down at Ajmer railway station which is the nearest to Pushkar. You can carry out the further distance by road.
If you wish to carry out your travel to Pushkar via road, then you can choose to travel through the National Highways 48 and 58 passes connecting Pushkar from Jaipur and Ajmer.
Pushkar Lake: This is one of the holiest lakes of India which makes the town a major tourist destination. It is said that taking a dip in this lake can wash off all the sins of individuals.
Pushkar Mela: Every year in the month f November, Pushkar Mela is held from Karthik Ekadashi to Karthik Purnima, based on the Hindu Calendar. It gathers maximum tourists for the display of the core Rajasthani Culture through 'Matka Tod', 'Longest Moustache', and 'Bridal Competitions.
Brahma Temple: This temple in the midst of the Brahma Sarovar is considered to be so sacred that it is said to wash off all the sins of humans by offering them purity and sanctity after having a bath in the same.
Rangji Temple: This temple was constructed in the South Indian style of architecture along with the Mughal style coming into form. It is dedicated to the deity of Vishnu who is considered as Rangji by the locals.
Varaha Temple: It is a must-visit pilgrimage spot, being one of the largest and ancient temples in Pushkar which is dedicated to the Varaha (Boar) which is the avatar of Lord Vishnu.
Savitri Temple: Another most visited temple in Pushkar is the Savitri Temple which is located on the top of the Savitri hill where both the idols of Brahma and his wives Gayatri and Savitri are worshipped.