Pushkar Home to the only Brahma Temple, Pushkar is where you can visit to create a strong connection with the divinity.


A pleasant pilgrim spot edging the Thar Desert, Pushkar charms the world with its never-ending spirituality and serenity. Pushkar is the proud caretaker of the only temple dedicated to Lord Brahma (Hindu god). Streams of pilgrims visit here every year to take a dip into the holy waters of Pushkar Lake which is surrounded by 400 temples and 52 palaces.

Places to explore

Brahma temple

Pushkar houses the rarest Brahma Temple which earned it great popularity among Hindu pilgrims. Believed to be almost 2,000 years old, this temple has been beautified with hues of   blue and red. People can attend any of the three pujas performed here, including Sandhya Aarti, Ratri Shayan Aarti, Mangala Aarti.

Pushkar Lake

Nestling with 500 big and small temples, this lake is considered as sacred. Pilgrims can be seen taking bath at the 52 ghats located here to wash away their sins.

Vishnu Temple

As one enters the city of Pushkar, this grand temple greets. Made in south-Indian architecture, the temple is an impressive structure that pleases all.

Savitri Temple

Savitri Temple stands at the top of a hill that can be accessed by taking an hour-long climb. Apart from its religious significance, the top of the temple offers impressive views of the surrounding areas.

Ghats of Pushkar

Pushkar has 52 ghats in total, each one constructed for a Rajput Maharaja. Pilgrims can be spotted at these ghats performing various rituals and to pay their respect to their local deities and other Hindu gods.

Pushkar Mela

A not to be missed festival, the famous Pushkar Mela acts as a Camel and cattle trading ground where locals flock in thousands with adorned animals. The sights of camel races, moustache competition, matka phod, and other events are common yet fascinating in this annual festival.

Luxury Living

Pushkar is home to some of the most opulence oozing hotels that take away the breath of travellers seeking the best of everything. Ananta Spa and Resorts is counted among the most luxurious properties of Pushkar spreading over 9 acres.  The hotel features deluxe rooms and world class amenities and is known for pampering guests with luxury wellness therapies like Herbal touch, Shushakti, Balinese, Puranta Bhoga, Santosha and Abhyanga, etc. If you wish to taste modern day luxury with royal heritage then nothing can be more soothing than a stay at the Pratap Palace. The Taj Group is behind the well preserved heritage of this masterpiece. The Heritage style architecture of the palace is awe-inspiring and its royal Suite is worth a stay.

With over 30 luxury and deluxe rooms, the Pushkar Bagh is another great choice to let yourself experience the wonders of Rajasthani hospitality. Apart from its charismatic rooms and services, it offers travellers a chance to indulge in ethnic village safari, a dinner at dunes, yoga and meditation. Also, to relish an offbeat yet imperial stay experience in Pushkar, Aaram Baagh is an ideal destination. Apart from exotic Hammam swimming pool, enriching performances and camel safaris, the resort gives you an opportunity to stay in luxury tents. 


Brahma Temple Market is the only shopping ground in the city from where travellers can pick some Rajasthani puppets and apparels with tie & dye (Bandhani) print. Stone and silver ornaments sold here are also worth buying.

Best time to visit
Though the city stays pleasurable all year long, the best time to visit the holy destination is between November and March. Summer months can be very hot in the region, making sightseeing difficult.

How to Reach

By Air: The nearest airport to Pushkar is in Jaipur, which is 140 kilometres away.

Br Rail: Travellers can land at the Ajmer railway station, which is a 30-minute drive to Pushkar.

By Road: Buses are available in abundance from Delhi to Ajmer and further to Pushkar.


So, visit Pushkar and take a plunge into its soul soothing spiritual powers.

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