Pushkar translates to ‘blue lotus’ and the thousands of pilgrims that land up here certainly agree with that name. This peaceful Hindu pilgrimage town sits on the banks of a sacred lake. There are 400 temples and more than 50 sacred ghats in Pushkar. This makes it a must-visit destination for Hindu devotees, and secular travellers curious about exquisite temple architecture.
The laidback vibe of Pushkar draws a number of travellers here. After you’re done exploring the Brahma Temple and many others, you can easily spend the rest of the day holed up in a café. The sleepy mysticism of Pushkar is a huge draw and if you’re looking to chill, this is where you should be.
A good time to visit Pushkar is during the annual Camel Fair that takes place around October/November. This is when the sleepy town really comes to life with cultural performances and camel races.
How to reach Pushkar is simple and we’ll walk you through the different way to get to this town.
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