Pushkar : See The History And Culture

Top Places To Visit In Pushkar :-

Pushkar does not need any introduction for the glory, history and culture that it exhibits. One of the ancient cities of the country, located in Ajmer, it has been largely known for its religious significance as the city boasts of one of the very rare temples of Lord Brahma(Hindu god). The annual cattle fair, the holy lake, a handful of adventure activities, and endless emotions to capture on camera — Pushkar has it all for any avid traveler. Just before we introduce you to an exclusive list of places to visit in Pushkar, here are a few essentials.

Pushkar Lake :-

Rajasthan has a number of attractions that offers a great experience to the tourists. Rajasthan offers a lot of variety to tourists. Its tourist attractions range from desert to forts and palaces. The place also has a number of beautiful lakes and gardens. The lakes in particular manage to attract a lot of tourists. These lakes not only offer scenic beauty but also have a lot of spiritual significance. Hence, not only regular tourists, it also attracts a large number of devotees. The Pushkar Lake is one of the most visited tourist spots in Rajasthan. The fairs and festivals at this place will be an added attraction for the tourists. it is also regarded as one of the most important pilgrimage spot in Rajasthan. The lake especially experiences a high tourist count during the months of October-November as a cattle fair is held in this region. Thousands of tourists flock the place to witness the fair and take a holy dip in the lake. The practice of taking a dip in the waters of Pushkar Lake is regarded auspicious. Hence, a visit to the Pushkar Lake is a must during your tour to Rajasthan.

Brahma Temple Pushkar :-

Pushkar has as many as 400 temples in this region. Among the various temples, the Brahma temple is one of the most visited temples in Rajasthan. It is one of the most important pilgrimage spot to visit in Rajasthan. Brahma temple in Pushkar is truly a worthy visit. The temple is dedicated to Lord Brahma. The temple was built in the 14th century in close proximity to the Pushkar Lake. There are a number of features of the temple that will surely attract your attention. Features like the walls of the temple being wrapped up with silver coins reflect a great art work. There is also a great silver turtle on the floor. The splendid architecture of the temple is a major draw for the tourists. On visiting the temple, you will be able to know a lot about the Rajasthani architecture. The Brahma temple in Pushkar is the only temple in India that is dedicated Lord Brahma. Apart from this, the temple also has a number of other spiritual significance attached to it. There are also a number of beliefs attached to it. It is believed that the temple had been formed by an accident. It was the accidental fall of a lotus flower from the palms of Lord Brahma that created the temple. As the flower fell into the Pushkar valley, it created a lake that boasts divine beauty. This lake later became popular as the Pushkar Lake. The serene beauty of the place acts as a perfect place to host the beautiful Brahma temple.

Apteshwar Temple Pushkar :-

Pushkar with a lot of tourist attractions perfectly suit the needs of the travelers. With tourist attractions ranging from lakes to temples, it manages to offer a lot to the tourists. The temples in Pushkar are in fact one of the most popular Rajasthan Tourist Attractions. The Apteshwar Temple positions itself as one of the most visited temples in Rajasthan. It offers a perfect blend of splendid architecture and spiritual importance thus attracting both tourists as well as devotees. The Apteshwar Temple was constructed in the 12th century. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is one of the most popular attractions in Pushkar. It demands a detailed look as the various features of the architecture of the temple. The magnificent architecture of the temple will surely mesmerize you with its beauty. In fact, while looking at the intricate work, you will be left wondering about the tremendous skill of the workers of that era.

Sarafa Bazar :-

Shopping for trinkets and handicrafts in Sarafa Bazar is one of the best things to do in Pushkar. Think Rajasthan and you get colors. The markets in Pushkar are a perfect ambassador of Rajasthani handicrafts, textile, jewellery and leather products. From trinkets to turban – the markets like Sarafa Bazar and Bada Bazar have it all that has been fascinating tourists from all across the globe. The embroidered Rajasthani clothes, wall hangings, handicrafts are something that one can’t afford to miss.

Pushkar Palace :-

Pushkar palace is one of the most acknowledged palaces in Rajasthan. The famous royal mansion is located 145 kilometers from the nearest airport and only 13 kilometers from the railway station. It is not far away from the bus stand either as it is only 0.5 kilometer away from the bus stand. The marvelous architecture of the palace provides you a picture of the Rajasthani architecture. Hence, tourists flock the palace in large numbers to get a detailed idea of the various features of the Rajasthani architecture. The palace is currently converted into a heritage hotel. However, the transformation had not plundered away any of its royal features. In fact, it has opened a great opportunity for tourists to get a real taste of royal hospitality. The beautiful rooms with tasteful décor are a pleasure for the guests. The beautiful lawns and lobby further takes you back to the royal era. However, even if are not a guest of the hotel, it will still be a worthy visit to witness the splendid palace.

Man Mahal :-

The Man Mahal Pushkar is one of the greatest palaces of Pushkar. Built as a guest house of Raja Man Singh I, the palace is one of the most attractive spot to visit in Pushkar. The Man Mahal Pushkar is a dream palace. It was built to serve the purpose of royal guest house for Raja Man Singh I. This palace was mostly used by the Raja during his trip to Pushkar. Though the palace had been converted in into a heritage hotel yet it boasts the various features of the royal era of Rajasthan. The hotel is currently run by the Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation. Located in the east of Sarovar, it is a must visit in Rajasthan. By visiting the Man Mahal, you will not only enjoy the beauty of the palace but also the breathtaking view of the lakes and temples around the lake. The palace is truly a splendid piece of architecture. However, if you are visiting the palace as a guest then you will be experience a different level of hospitality.

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