Pushkar - nice little town

Tripoto
18th Mar 2016
Photo of Pushkar - nice little town by Rakesh Sharma
Photo of Pushkar - nice little town by Rakesh Sharma
Photo of Pushkar - nice little town by Rakesh Sharma
Photo of Pushkar - nice little town by Rakesh Sharma
Photo of Pushkar - nice little town by Rakesh Sharma
Photo of Pushkar - nice little town by Rakesh Sharma
Photo of Pushkar - nice little town by Rakesh Sharma
Photo of Pushkar - nice little town by Rakesh Sharma
Photo of Pushkar - nice little town by Rakesh Sharma
Photo of Pushkar - nice little town by Rakesh Sharma

Planning to go for a trip for a long time. Then thought of this place known for its Brahma temple one and only in the world. Around 14 kms from Ajmer, this beautiful town is land of gypsies, mahatmas, foreigners. 14 km drive from Ajmer itself is very scenic with beautiful mountains. You can plan your day by visiting Brahma temple, listen to the prayers and spending some quality time by just sitting there. There are many ghats situated around the holy lake of pushkar. Gives you a very calm and relaxed feeling once you are there. When you get Hungary try some of typical Rajasthan dishes like dal Bhati churma, have chatpatta snacks and very delicious malpua. Morning is good time to visit Savitri temple, situated on top of the hill nearby. Its very hectic hike but every struggle worth it. Gives you a nice view of the town. Cable car is work in progress, may be operational in few weeks time. Evening can be spent on a camel ride which does not cost much but you need to bargain with the owners. They will show few iconic places where movies have been shot, take you to rose plantations and other fields. and then provide you a nice spot for sunset view where you will be accompanied by locals with their music instrument s. In the there are many roof top restaurants in the town where you can enjoy good food. After tiring day go tosleep with good memories and start your day by going bback to Ajmer for you backward journey but very satisfied with your quality time. A visit worth going...will stay in your memories for long.

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