One of the oldest towns in India, Pushkar is a small town of Temples located in the Ajmer District of Rajasthan. Situated at a distance of 15 km from Ajmer and about 146 km southwest of Jaipur, Pushkar town is an expedition site for Hindu and Sikh people. Pushkar is also known as a Temple town because of hosting several temples, some of which are from the ancient 18th century period. One of the best-known temples of Pushkar is Brahma Temple. Considered a sacred city, especially in Shaktism, the consumption of eggs and meat is prohibited in the city. Situated at an elevation of 1673 ft, the town is encompassed by cliffs on its three sides. The Nag Pahar, which precisely means Snake Mountain, plays the role of the natural border between Pushkar and Ajmer.
Known as the Rose Garden of Rajasthan, Pushkar the Temple town is also known because of the export business of roses all over the world. Apart from having all these characteristics, Pushkar is a spellbinding and engaging city with a rich architectural heritage. Bordering the great Indian Thar Desert and Aravalli hills, Pushkar is an attractive and captivating Camping spot in India.
Enjoying the ravishing and bewitching view of the rocky Aravalli hills, and the arid glittering Great Thar Desert, Pushkar Camping is a perfect choice to cherish the desert camping experience while exploring the royal culture and tradition. One can cover all the nearest attraction spots and then spend time relaxing while capturing and appreciating the beauty of the town during a warm bonfire.
The Rose Garden of Rajasthan can be visited for camping throughout the year. However, the best time for Camping in Pushkar is during the winter season between the months of October to March.
Pushkar is situated in Ajmer District.
Varaha temple is one of the most famous temples in Pushkar.