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Pushkar Day

Pushkar Day Tour from Jaipur


Destinations Covered: Pushkar
Generally acknowledged as the abode of Lord Bramha, Pushkar is a renowned city of Rajasthan and a prominent pilgrimage centers of India. Lots of sightseeing opportunities are waiting for the tourists coming to Pushkar. One more thing that makes Pushkar more prominent is the world famous Pushkar Camel Fair. Go through the article to know about other tourist attractions of the city.

Day-wise Itinerary

At 7.00 AM:

Delhi

You will receive a pick up from your accommodation and go for exploring the wonders of the city.



At 9.00 AM:

Mandawa

On arrival, you will proceed for the sightseeing. Your first sightseeing place will be Pushkar Lake - a holy place that attracts a number of pilgrimages. You can take a holy bath in this semi-circular lake that comprised of 52 Ghats. The popular Pushkar Camel Fair takes place here


At 11.30 AM:

Bikaner

Your next stopover is Savitri Temple which is located at one of the hills called Ratnagiri. The temple is dedicated to the first wife of Lord Brahma - Goddess Savitri. Spend here some of time of solitude



At 13.00 PM:

Jaisalmer

Enjoy a lunch break of 1 hour in a restaurant.



At 14.00 PM:

Jodhpur

Make you visit to the popular Bramha Temple – the most important tourist attraction of Pushkar and the only temple in the world devoted to Lord Bramha.



At 15.00 PM:

Ranakpur

Your next destination is Varah/Warah Temple, which is devoted to an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Most of the parts of this temple have been destroyed by Aurangzeb and Gaznabi. The temple is still an architectural marvel after this much destruction.



At 16.30 PM:

Udaipur - Pushkar

This is time when your car will drive you back to Jaipur