There are electric autos in the city that can take you to bus station for INR 50.
Geographically speaking, Ajmer and Pushkar are just a hill away. Also, its these Aravalli hill range that is preventing the desertification of Pushkar.
Zostel is 8-10 mins walk from the Gurudwara bus stop in Pushkar. Once I had checked-in and spoken around I thought the best thing to do will be to rent a bike and explore the city and it might also be easier to take the bike to Ajmer and move around too, instead of paying auto fares.
Since it was an off-season, I was able to get a bike for rent of INR 200 a day and additional INR 100 worth of petrol. It would be a good idea to take petrol from the shop you rent as the nearest petrol pump is 5 kms away.
First the bike was with (whose rent I shared with a fellow Zostelier) the first stop was Brahma Temple.
The first thing you notice as you near the Market and Ghat area of Pushkar is the color and the vibrancy of the shops, with the Rajasthani folk music filling the air with authenticity and the talwars and shields being sold doesn't let you forget that you are on the land of royalty.