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Pushkar Tour (Rajasthan)
(3 Days / 2 Nights)
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Day 1: Jaipur - Pushkar (about 145 km)

Today arrival in Jaipur and drive to Pushkar.

        City Palace, Jaipur        Hawa Mahal, Jaipur          Amber Fort, Jaipur          Jantar Mantar, Jaipur

Day 2: Pushkar

Today S
ightseeing of Pushkar - God Brahma temple, Pushkar Lake, Pushkar Palace and bazaars of Pushkar.

Day 3: Pushkar - Jaipur (about 145 km)
Today we
drive to Jaipur. Transfer to the airport or railway station for onwards journey. (End of Tour)
             Pushkar Ghats          Pushkar Lake Puja      Pushkar Festival Dances           Pushkar Festival

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Eleven kilometres (7 miles) to the north-west of Ajmer is Lake Pushkar, one of the holiest of Hindu places of pilgrimage. The lake is believed to be of miraculous origin. According to the Padma Puranas, Brahma, the Creator and the first god of the Hindu Trinity, was in search of a place where he could perform a yagna undisturbed. While passing through the place now known as Pushkar, the lotus flowers in his hand slipped and fell in three places from where water began to issue forth. These three places came to be known as the Big Pushkar, the Middle Pushkar and the Small Pushkar. Brahma chose the first as the place most suitable for the performance of the yagna and called it Pushkar after the lotus.

References to Pushkar are found in the Ramayana and the Mahabharata and it is believed that the Pandavas spent a few years of their exile in the hills around Pushkar. The caves in the hills are associated with some of the ancient sages.

Every year, a big fair is held at Pushkar on Kartik Purnima (October/November).

There are many temples at Pushkar, but the
temple of Brahma is the most prominent. It is one of the rare temples dedicated to Brahma. A temple of Savitri, the consort of Brahma, is on the top of a steep hill on the western side of the lake. The temple of Sri Vaikunthanathji, also known as Rangji, is another noteworthy shrine in the typical South Indian style of architecture.

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