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. On this mountain the panch kund and cave of saint Agastya are located. The country’s only Burma temple of any significance is located here. The Lake with 52 ghats and an array of temples along the banks is an important pilgrimage centre of Hindu. The best season to visit Pushkar is October to November, when on the day of ‘Kartik Purnima’, the colourful Pushkar Fair is held. Thousands of devotees from all faiths gather to take a dip in the holy lake.
Map Of Pushkar Lake, Rajasthan :