Hills, desert, lake, temples, ghats! This town has it all…

Pushkar is beautiful; Pushkar is pristine and it does paint a colourful picture in your mind once you visit this old hamlet.

Now let’s see how this town instils a lifetime memory of its ‘cultural gallies' which refuse to fade away throughout the life.

Exploring the cultural legacy

Exploring the cultural legacy

Soak cultural legacy: The cultural legacy remains intact in the compact lanes of this old town. Experience the religious fervour, soak in the sacred spirit and wrap the serenity spread around the enchanting hills.

Oh, they are so pretty

Oh, they are so pretty

Shop till you drop: The beautiful and colourful stuffs showcased in tiny showrooms sprawled across lanes attract the attention of by-lookers. The colourful shopping lanes showcase the most inviting products for the fashionista travellers. From bags to

shirts, to colourful jutis, to bangles to jewellery, you will found everything of your choice.

The colourful decors will mesmerise all

The colourful decors will mesmerise all

Experience rich traditions: The stories of rich traditions come live in the city lanes and you immerse in their ultimate beauty.

scenery

Bask in the natural beauty: The arid desert invites you to bask in its beauty and the hills surrounding the pretty town lure you to soak the natural charisma of the pretty surroundings.

Immerse in spiritual wonders: The divine forces invoke the religious fervour within you and you put all your energies exploring new facts and fictions on how old temples of this town might have been.

Behold the ancient sanctity: The sacred Brahma Sarovar accommodates 52 bathing ghats and over 400 temples, giving a magnificent sight to behold.Brahma sarovar

Offer prayers at the only Brahma temple: The only Brahma temple in the world nestles in the picturesque Pushkar valley and occupies a significant place in the hearts of Indians.

Treat your eyes with scenic locations: The Savitri temple situated on a hillock gives a visual treat to discerning travellers and religious tourists.