2) BRAHMA TEMPLE- It is the only Temple in the world dedicated to LORD BRAHMA. Built with marble and decorated with silver coins, this Temple can be identified by its red spire and the image of a swan . The Chaturmukhi (four faced) idol of Lord Brahma is housed in the inner sanctum. A marble statue of the sun god stands sentinel at the Temple. Interestingly, while all the gods are shown bare footed, Surya is shown wearing ancient warrior’s boots. It is the most famous Temple in PUSHKAR Near the Temple there is also PUSHKAR Bazzar where you can buy hand made silver sculpture of LORD BRAHMA . The Temple is extremely beautiful from inside you can see the exquisite work of architecture. The best time to go there is in the evening.
3) GURUDWARA SINGH SABHA- It was built in the beginning of the 19th century and it is said that It is visited by first and tenth gurus- GURU NANAK DEV JI AND GURU GOVIND SINGH JI. The gurudwara is extremely beautiful the white colour shine brightly during the day light. Langar is served everyday. One can visit anytime to have 'langar' without hesitating.
4) SAVITRI TEMPLE- This Temple is situated on the Ratnagiri hill which is a popular pilgrimage site for THE HINDUS. To witness this beautiful Temple you first have to climb 200 stairs to the Ratnagiri hilltop but it is also believed that harder you work to travel there the more taps are gained. Now days to make the climbing easy rope cable service are available which is also an amazing experience as you can see panoramic view of the lake, surrounding Temples and sand dunes. It’s little scary but you’ll definitely enjoy the experience. Idols of both the goddess Savitri and Gayatri are there (wives of LORD BRAHMA). But as per tradition Goddess Savitri is always worshipped first and then prayers to Goddess Gayatri are offered.
5) Rangji Temple-This Temple is devoted to lord Rangji who is the incarnation of lord Vishnu. The architecture of the place is very eye catching. The influence of South Indian style, Rajput style and Mughal style in the Temple’s architecture is highly noticeable. You can visit the Temple anytime it is open from morning till evening. You can also witness “puja” during the sunset. Avoid visiting the Temple between 1pm-4pm as it might be closed due to lunch hours. The main attraction part of the Temple is VAIKUNTHA VENKATESH.
The PUSHKAR Fair, also called the PUSHKAR Camel Fair or locally as Kartik Mela or PUSHKAR ka Mela is one of the biggest carnival in India. The fair starts with the HINDU CALENDAR month of Kartik and ends on the Kartik Purnima or in simple language it starts between the end of October and start of November. Many people come for this fare around 2lakh people come every year to witness this carnival. This traditional carnival brings thousands of camels, cattle, and horses together. This is a seven-day colourful unique exhibition that attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world. Apart from trading the livestock the main attractions of the carnival are camel and horse races, cultural performances, exhibitions, magic shows, longest moustache competition, bridal competition, and many more. During this time, one can spend some time with the locals and get a deep insight into rural India into its pure form
BEST TIME TO VISIT- 12AM-5pm or 6pm-8pm.
ACTIVITIES TO DO-
1) HOT AIR BALLOON
2) CATTLE FAIR
3) CAMEL AND HORSE SAFARI
4) HARMONY HALF MARATHON
5) CAMEL AND HORSE RACES
6) FERRIS WHEEL
In evening when sun goes down the place become extremely beautiful with all the colourful lights around and you can just roam around or can get on to some ride. There are many eatery places around so you will never get tired or exhaust. But be safe at night as there are many people around which can make difficult for you to handle your precious things such as wallet, camera, phone etc.