We reached Ajmer @9 in the morning and after getting freshen up we moved to Pushkar - Parampita Brahmaji Dham in a cab.
Reached Pushkar in about 25 mins, whether was cool(thanks to some rain and thick layer or clouds in sky) even in April.
Firstly we enjoyed view of Pushkar market, it is one of the best market we seen in recent times in a religious city as we saw great designs in fusion of traditional and western, may be to attract foreigners. You need atleast half a day to shop but unfortunately we don't had that time.
So we straight went to Varah Mandir(Vishnu Avtar taken to killed Hiranyaksh) . It's a small old temple, but we saw first time of this Avtar.
Then we did some puja at Pushkar Lake as it's necessary before visiting Brahm Temple(due to old curse as per story attached to this place). It's a beautiful lake and you must take bath there. Unfortunately we can't as we not taken extra pair of clothes with us.
After Puja at lake we went to Brahmaji Mandir(great one) and here you find Brahmaji with their 2nd wife Gayatri Maa in Temple.
Then me moved to the hills to take ashirwad of Savitri Maa(Brahmaji's 1st wife). We took a cable car(115/- per head) to reach the Temple situated at hills.
It was a mesmerising view from there, a cool breeze was flowing and you can easily feel the divineness of this place.
After clicking our memories we end our short journey to Pushkar. Which last for around 5 hours.
You need atleast 2 to 3 days to see all colors of this city as there's lot to explore here like camel ride, lot's of other temples like Shri Rangji Temple of Lord Vishnu, local market etc.
Also I heard that holi of this city is very famous but outsiders are not allowed. You will also be tempted for some great looking cafeterias mainly made for foreigners with tempting sight of chatpata food.