Pushkar town is blend of cultures with the local market near Ajmer. Pushkar is renowned for its artistic cottage textile industry, animal trading, and wood painting. The holy lake and the temple of Brahma are the main attractions that invite many pilgrims every year. Beyond it, Pushkar is well known for its 100 years old Mela, also known as Pushkar Fair that is the most prominent and largest camel fairs in the world.
You can witness the elegance of lively fairs with colors, dance, and music. Lakhs of people around the country transverse the deserts along with camels to mount their camps in the tiny town of Pushkar. People from different states and even camels are costumed with colorful patchwork, mirror work embellished with pom-poms.
The scenes embark as you have entered in a history book for a few days with mostly parched desert fields with a melange of the different cultured crowd. As far as your eyes can witness, you would find magnificent glory, colorful saddles, and cattle bejeweled with traditional embellishments.
Pushkar fair dates officially announced from 11 November to 19 November 2021.
One of the world’s largest camel fair encompasses various activities and attractions. Beyond buying and selling of livestock, the attraction reserve cultural performances, exhibitions, longest mustache competition, magic shows with a range of adventurer pulsating activities.
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You can experience sand dunes and desert terrain with a safe camel safari. International tourists get fascinated by unique styles and colorful traditional attires of men and women. With colorful local dresses include turbans, jewelry, odnis, and much more that adds excellent hue and peculiar style.
The fair holds its mythological importance too. The festival falls from Karthik Ekadashi to Karthik Purnima (5 Days). It is considered an auspicious place; people around the world reach to take a dip in Pushkar Lake so that their sins are washed away. There are immense prayers offered to Lord Brahma that have ancient history back of 2000 years. The event is wind up with the Aarti ceremony performed on the banks of Pushkar Lake.
Due to its popularity and enchanting experience, the city received a lot of tourists that promote demand for accommodation. It is better to make arrangments in advance, so you don’t end up paying high prices. From tented camps to heritage hotels, Pushkar has it all as per your choice and preferences.
The nearest airport to the city is Sanganer, located just 146 Km away from Pushkar. It connects national and international flights.
Ajmer Railway Station is positioned 11Km away from Pushkar. Ajmer connected to Rajasthan and other cities of India.
There is a possibility of traveling by road. The Marwar bus stand on the north of Pushkar is linked to significant areas, including Jodhpur, Bhilwara, Bikaner, Ajmer, Jaipur, Indore, and Nagada.
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