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Tuesday, 29 October 2013

My Family Journey Experience in The Pushkar City

Last year 2012 was really amazing for me, as in November 2012, I was in city Pushkar with my family. Pushkar is a city which is situated at the edge of the Thar Desert and hosts the world’s largest camel fair annually in the month of November. Pushkar is also called a city of temples and it is one of the most spiritual places in Rajasthan.

Pushkar Fair Tour
We belong and reside in Delhi, as our tour was preplanned and we decided to stay in the tent-accommodation, which will be arranged their by a 5 star property. It was already booked by us. A day before the Pushkar fair started, we left for the Pushkar city by road (in our own new BMW 7 - series). On the way to Pushkar, we halted at an eating joint, then in Ajmer and at around 5 pm, we reached to our camp.
We checked-in, got freshen-up and drove to Ajmer (15Km) to visit Dargah (A Muslim Spiritual place). This Dargah is very popular pilgrim centre among the Muslims and is visited throughout the year from round the globe.

Pushkar Lake Rajasthan
It was a late dark evening, when we reached our camp. We had a wonderful Rajasthani cuisine accompanied with traditional Rajasthani folk music & performances. As the time was passing, our heartbeat were raising to see the “World’s Largest Camel Fair”.

Next day, after an early breakfast, we left to visit the Brahma temple (An only Brahma temple in the world) and the Pushkar Sarovar. Next to the Brahma temple, there was a ground, where Pushkar fair is organized.

We were standing with holding our camera and we saw flock of camels arriving to the ground. We were amazed seeing such huge caravan of camels.

Photography Tour to Pushkar City

As we stepped into the ground, we saw women dressed-up in colorful Rajasthani style sarees and men wearing colorful turbans. There were several activities inside which were awesome to see like rope walk, animal race competitions, a man with 5 meter long moustache, cricket matches and food stalls etc.

We spoke to a camel owner asking him, why there are more camels then the men? He replied camels are brought here for trading and to make them to take part in several competitions. We enjoyed our whole day between camels and took many photographs of them.

 Camel Festival in Pushkar
In the evening, a local told us to go to the Pushkar market to enjoy eating malpua, pyaz kachori with kadi, sweet lassi etc which are the specialties of the city. We returned to our camp, had our wonderful dinner and slept as we were very tired.

After an early breakfast, we fastened our seatbelt and drove back to Delhi.

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Tents  Camps in Pushkar
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Saturday, 21 September 2013

Enjoy Memorable Stay at Pushkar Camp during Festival

The sacred town of Pushkar is one of the most visited pilgrimages of Hindus and is positioned 11 kms to the North-west of Ajmer. The serene lake side town has huge significance for Hindus, as it has captivated the imagination of great Indian poet, kalidasa who mentioned the town in his classic Abhigyan Shakuntalam. The serene town has also been mentioned in the two of the most popular Hindu epics, Ramayana and Mahabharata.

 Luxury Hotels in Pushkar
The significance of this sacred town is also due to the presence of Lord Brahma temple. On full moon night in Kartik Purnima, devotees take dip into the holy Pushkar lake to get rid of their sins. Another major event which takes place at the Pushkar is the hugely popular Pushkar Fair. Villagers from nearby villages come in this fair for cattle trading. The fair successfully drives millions of visitors during the camel fair festival.

To make the stay comfortable and Pushkar camel fair enjoyable, various hotels, tents and camps are available. Some of the popular hotels in Pushkar are as follows:

Pushkar  Country Side Resort

 The Country Side Resort – The brilliant hotel is an ideal location to capture the magnificent beauty of nature. The hotel is easily accessible from all the major city attractions and features some of the modern amenities. It has 11 rooms and are well equipped.

Ananta Spa and Resorts – This is five star luxury resort with occupancy of 62. Its accessible location and modern amenities makes it one of the most delightful places to stay for.
Ananta  Resorts Rajasthan
Jagat Palace – Positioned in the western end of Pushkar city and located close to bus stop. The hotel offers best accommodation and brilliant multi cuisine restaurants. The 83 super deluxe rooms are well equipped with all the latest modern amenities.

Besides hotel, Pushkar also has well appointed tents to stay. These tents are well equipped with all the modern facilities such as attached bathroom and desk. The authentic deco furniture makes these tents a memorable accommodation. These tents are available in standard, deluxe and luxury tents. These tents have been beautifully designed and effectively portray the skills of Rajasthani artisans. So come to pushkar and have some of the best time of your life!
Pushkar Festival 2013

Thursday, 18 July 2013

Pushkar Fair – A Glimpses of Rajasthan Culture and History

The Rose Garden of Rajasthan, Pushkar is regarded as one of the most loved and popular tourist destinations in India and across the world. It is famously regarded as the rose garden as lots of flowers are grown in and around this town and exported all across the world. The magnificent city is a complete treat for the visitors as it is remarkable known for its serenity and tranquility with huge spiritual ambience, winding lanes, colorful fairs and festivals.

Pushkar Fair Tour
 People from all across the world come to enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of this stunning town. Interestingly, the city has become hugely popular among the Israeli travelers, as they used to come here for spiritual recovery and mental peace. This is certainly one of the most loved and popular tourist destinations of India.

Pushkar is a Sanskrit word and its literal meaning is blue lotus. The name of the city has links with mythological tale. According to the popular legend, Lord Brahma’s children were killed by the demon Vajra Nabha and the Lord retaliated by killing the demon with his weapon, Lotus flower. The demon died at the spot with spreading of lotus petals all over. This magnificent city has also found connections with Ramayana and Mahabharata.

Camel Fair Pushkar

The magic of spirituality is spread all over as people are quite friendly, warm and sociable. The stunning vibrancy of the city is beautifully reflected in the local people. If you want to enjoy the real essence of Pushkar then you must catch the memorable Pushkar fair. During this time, the magnificent city attained vibrant and colorful mood. You can feel the mood of festivity everywhere in the forms of sages, foods, shops, local people and the whole city. You can also enjoy games and thrilling camel races. The culture of Pushkar is reflected in the clothing also, as men wear dhoti, kurta and turbans, whereas women wear ghaghra choli.

Jaipur Folk
 The stunning city of Pushkar is a complete delight for the vacationers as well as tourists. The city is a paradise for shopoholics, as they would be able to buy some interesting Indian clothes and souvenirs for their family and friends. The shops in the city are fully loaded with great buys such as costume jewellery, glass lamps, embroidered fabrics, wall hangings and shoulder bags.

Pushkar Ghat
Another major high light during your enjoyable Pushkar trip are Rajasthani puppets and traditional music along with the tie n die or the famous Rajasthani Bandhini known for its rich and colorful designs. You can also buy some brilliant jewelleries such as anklets, Nathini and rings. So, what are you waiting for?

Pack your bags and get ready for a memorable time with family and kids in Pushkar!

Tuesday, 2 July 2013

The Great Pushkar Fair 2013

Starting Date :- 6th - 17th November 2013
Place :- Pushkar ( Rajasthan )
Pushkar is a sanskrit word and it is derived from two words Pushpa means flower and kar means hand. City is 14 kilometres away from Ajmer and it is famous for Brahma temple, camel ride and the pushkar fair - the largest camel fair in India. Pushkar fair is conducted annually for 5 days, this fair is also known as camel fair and livestock fair. It is one of the major tourist attractions in India. Matka phod, longest moustache and bridal competition etc attracts the tourists from all over the world. It is conducted between October & November. Pushkar fair officially begins on prabodhini ekadashi, the 11th lunar day.

Camel Fair 2013

Facts & Figures
The estimated population Pushkar is 15,000 and 2,00,000 people and 50,000 camels during the fair.

Pushkar Fair 2013
The holy lake of Pushkar has 52 ghats, The beauty of the Pushkar lakes speaks itself on the full moon day of Kartik Purnima, where thousand of pilgrims takes the dip in the holy lake of Pushkar to wash their sins.
Pushkar Rajasthan

Main attractions of Pushkar fair
As we know Pushkar fair is the largest camel festival in the world and place is visited by both Indian and Foreign tourists. The other attraction of the fair are camel races, music, folk dance, puppet shows, trading of live stocks like camels, cows, sheeps and goats. There are many stalls of different regions of India which includes clothes, textiles, bracelets, tattooing etc.
There are around 500 temples in Pushkar and this place is one of the 108 places where Lord Vishnu came to the world to slay the demon Hiranyaksha.