Area : 5 sq. km.
Temperature : Max. 40°C and Min. 25°C in Summer. Max. 23°C and Min. 6°C in Winter.
Languages : Rajasthani, Hindi & English.
Rainfall : 50 cms.
Best Season : July to March.
11 km from Ajmer on the edge of the desert lies the tiny tranquil town of Pushkar along the bank of the picturesque Pushkar Lake with 52 ghats, an important pilgrimage spot for the Hindus. The ‘Nag Pushkar’ or the snake mountain forms a natural boundary between Ajmer and Pushkar. Surrounded by hills on three sides, Pushkar abounds in temples. Of these the most famous is the Brahma temple. A fair is held in October or November.
Air: Jaipur 6 km is the nearest airport. Regular flight services are available.
Rail: Ajmer 11 km is the nearest railhead. Good train services from major cities of India connect the place. connections are available from major cities of India.
Road: Good road connections. Cars and Buses are available.
Local Transport: Linked to Ajmer by city bus service. (Every 20 min. a bus is available).
Pushkar Lake: The Lake is situated 11 km from Ajmer in Rajasthan, on the edge of the desert and surrounded by hills on the three sides, is separated from Ajmer by ‘Nag Pahar’ – the snake mountain. The picturesque lake is beautiful tourist spot.
Savitri Temple: A temple dedicated to the first wife of Lord Brahma. The temple is located on the hill behind the Brahma Temple which can be reached by a flight of steps. The temple offers a panoramic view of the lake and the surrounding deserts cape.
Man Mahal: On the banks of Pushkar is the magnificent palace built by Raja Man Singh I of Amer. Now converted into Hotel.
Brahma Temple: It is the only temple in India dedicated to Lord Brahma. The temple is marked by a red spire and over the entrance gateway is a beautiful statue of a ‘Hans’ or goose, the celestial carrier of Lord Brahma.
Map Of Pushkar, Rajasthan :
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