The quaint little religious town of
Pushkar hosts the annual Camel Trade Fair in November & is said to have
the only temple in the world dedicated to Hindu God Brahma (Creator of the
world in Hindu Mythology)
Ajmer is an important railway junction town and offers the mausoleum of
Muslim Sufi Saint Chisti.
Places of Interest in Pushkar/Ajmer :
» Lord Brahma Temple
» Savitri Temple
» Ghats of Pushkar Lake
» Rose Gardens
Special Attraction of Pushkar/Ajmer :
» Pushkar Camel Fair - The famous Pushkar camel fair
takes place every year on the next full moon night after Diwali.
» Ajmer Urs Festival - The Mausoleum of Muslim Sufi
Saint Chisti, plays the annual host to Urs festivals in September/October .
» Roopangarh Fort at Kishangarh
» Kuchaman Fort Palace Hotel
How to reach Pushkar/Ajmer :
» By Air : Nearest airport is at Jaipur ( 3hrs. )
» By Train : Ajmer ( 14 km.) on the Delhi - Ahmedabad
line is nearest railhead.
» By Road : Delhi is 9 hrs. drive away via Jaipur &
Best time to visit Pushkar/Ajmer :
If you want to actually get the real feel of a small town, avoid the busy
months of October & November.
Hotels in Ajmer/Pushkar :
» Hotel Mansingh, Ajmer : Designed as an 18th
century "fortress, the hotel is centrally air-conditioned and all the
rooms have attached baths and running hot and cold water.
» Hotel Pushkar
Resorts : Located at the edge of the Thar Desert,
the Pushkar hotel enjoys a distinct reputation among the
tourists. The captivating surroundings of the hotel make
it a special place to stay in Pushkar.
» Jagat Singh Palace, Ajmer :
Hotel in Ajmer offers a spellbinding view of the biggest
sand dune of Rajasthan and the spectacular Snake Mountain.
A stay here will be an experience of a lifetime.
» Hotel Pushkar Palace : Located
amidst the majestic hill, Pushkar Palace Hotel is a Heritage
property built by Maharaja of Kishangarh about 400 year