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After brief meeting about day tour we start drive to Pushkar,
Pushkar is also known as the “The Lotus flower” and is one of the oldest cities in India. Pushkar is one of the five sacred pilgrimage sites of Hindu devotees and remains active with some amazing wonders which will make your hair stand on end.
Pushkar is a 2000 year old city and is world famous for “The Pushkar Camel Fair” which is held annually in November and “The Brahma temple” which is dedicated to Lord Brahma (Creator of the universe). In the month of November the population of the city rises from 15,000 to 500,000 all thanks to the Pushkar Camel Fair and thus November is the perfect month to visit Pushkar.
Lunch at Pushkar
FOR A SPIRITUAL GETAWAY
Pushkar is one of the prominent cities in India that is known for its amazing temples. The famous Brahma Temple, here, is one of the very few temples dedicated to Lord Brahma in the country. The temple is revered by Hindu devotees and people come here from far and wide to pay obeisance to the god of genesis. The city boasts of several other temples worth visiting — Savitri Temple, Old Rangji Temple, Apteshwar Temple, Paap Mochini Temple, Raghunath Temple, Atmeshwar Temple, Mahadeva Temple. These temples not only provide a spiritual getaway but also take one through the history lanes of this ancient city.
LAKE AND GHATS
Pushkar lake is closest to the temple of God Brahma. As per mythology, this place is where Brahma and Savitri offered their prayers. It is believed that a dip in this holy river is the harbinger of Moksha — freedom from birth. The lake has several ghats, designed especially for taking baths and offering prayers. Brahma Ghat is the most famous among many others like Varaha, Dadhich, Saptarishi, Gwalior, Kota, Gau, Yag, Jaipur, Karni and Gangaur Ghat
MERTA - THE MEERA BAI
Merta is almost 400 years old and has been famous for Meera Temple — the Krishnadevotee. Previously known as Medantak, this city happens to be the birthplace of Meera Bai and this connection has kept it among the pupular places to visit in Pushkar. Dadhimati Temple and Charbhuja Temple, located here, also attract a large number of devotees round the year.
Pushkar and Ajmer are divided by a hill — known as Naga Pahar. As per the legends, the hills at Naga Pahar continue to diminish till date and will eventually disappear totally. These hills are believed to be the residence of the famous Sage Agastya. The hills also house a lake called Nag Kund. Naga Pahar offers a spectacular view of Pushkar city from its top and has often been used as a vantage point for photographers.
You will be dropped back to your hotel after an eventful day tour.
Price Includes :
- Pickup from hotel/airport..
- Departure to hotel/airport.
- Private car with driver.
- Service of local guides for monuments.
- Parking and fuel charges
- 24 * 7 assistence by team Traverse India
- Monuments entrance fees..
- Lunch and dinner.
- Personal expenses – Drinks and all personal expenses.
- Tips (no obligation).
- Entrance fees relating to cameras / video sites.
THINGS TO CARRY
Comfortable Footwear Camera
Please note : This tour require minimum 3 PAX and a maximum of 4 PAX can accommodate in one car Visiting all places depends upon the time taken by customer for each places.