About Pushkar

Pushkar is a city situated in the state of Rajasthan in India. Pushkar is famous for its temples and the most notable amongst these is the Brahma Temple. Pushkar also attracts devotees from all over the world who come here to take a dip in the holy waters of the Pushkar Lake. But by far the greatest attraction of Pushkar is its annual cattle fair, which is a spectacle to behold, and a large number of tourists visit Pushkar during the time of the fair. Otherwise, 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.

Pushkar has a long and interesting historical past. It has been referred to in the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. It was an important city during the rule of the Mughals in India. The Pushkar Lake is of great significance, and is considered to be holy by many. It has many temples which are also of importance and significance to religious pilgrims and tourists. Pushkar is well known as a tourist destination. The rajashthan 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.

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Last Updated on : 19/06/2013



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