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  • About Pushkar

    Pushkar travel enables the tourists to capture the picturesque beauty of the city. Pushkar is situated in Rajasthan about 11 kilometers from Ajmer, 140 kilometers from Jaipur and 390 kilometers from Delhi. It is a sacred town that finds mention in Kalidas's Abhigyan Sakuntalam. The winter season begins in September and lasts till December.

    September to December is said to be the best time to visit Pushkar. Touring in Pushkar during the winters can be a memorable experience, as the temperature of the city remains quite pleasant during this period of the year.

    Pushkar is known to house a number of tourist sites that attract travelers from different parts of the country. Jagat Pita Shri Brahma Mandir, Ramvaikunth Temple, Pushkar Lake and Mahadeva Temple are among the famous tourist spots of Pushkar.

    Pushkar is well connected by an excellent network of roads to the major cities of the country. Regular buses ply from Ajmer and Marwar bus stands to the city. The nearest airport is located in the city of Jaipur, which is 138 kilometers away. The airport is served by a number of domestic airlines that connect the city to Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, Jodhpur and Udaipur. Ajmer is the nearest railway terminus.

    How to Reach Pushkar

    Pushkar is a city situated in the state of Rajasthan in India. The city of Pushkar is famous for its lake, its unique temples, and the great annual cattle fair it hosts, which brings an enormous number of visitors to Pushkar. Pushkar is a great destination for tourists, and since tourism is important in Pushkar, the city is made accessible from major areas of Rajasthan, as well as the rest of India. For those planning to visit Pushkar, reaching Pushkar is easy, with a number of transport options available.

    By Air - Pushkar does not yet have an airport of its own. The nearest airport is situated in Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan. Jaipur is at a distance of 135 kilometers or 86 miles from Pushkar, and well connected by road. Those who wish to travel to Pushkar by air can use Jaipur Airport for arrival by plane. Jaipur is well connected to most other major Indian cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Jodhpur and Udaypur. There are numerous flights of Indian Airlines and other private airlines that ply to Jaipur. Rajasthan being an important tourist destination, tourists come here not just from other parts of India but also from all corners of the world. That is why reaching Jaipur by air is easy and convinient. Recently, Jaipur has also been made accessible by air from Dubai. Air travel is possible till Jaipur, and from Jaipur Pushkar can easily be reached by road, with bus and taxi services being frequent and cheap.

    By Road - Pushkar is a famous tourist destination in India. This place is well-known for its temples, the annual fairs and the holy lake. For all these reasons, Pushkar attracts thousands of tourists and devotees every year. To facilitate the conveyance of so many visitors the transport network in Pushkar has been well-developed. The transportation network leading to Pushkar has been made particularly good to facilitate easy and efficient travel. Reaching Pushkar by road is both easy and efficient.

    Regular bus service goes from Jaipur and Ajmer. The journey is smooth, and the bus service is frequent, with buses leaving every 15 minutes. Jaipur being the capital city of Rajasthan, it is connected to most major cities in India. People can also avail taxis and cars to reach Pushkar from Ajmer and Jaipur. Ajmer is situated at a distance of 11 km while Jaipur is 86 miles away from Pushkar. The distances can easily be covered by road.

    By Train - Pushkar is a splendid location situated in the state of Rajasthan in India. The small city famous for many reasons, major among them being its lake, its temples, and mostly for its annual cattle fair, which is arguably the largest fair of its kind in the world. Since these invite a number of tourists and pilgrims, Pushkar has a well organized structure of transportation. Reaching Pushkar by rail is easy and efficient, as it is well connected to most other important cities in India.

    Pushkar, being a small city, does not yet have a railway station of its own, but it is in close proximity to nearby important city Ajmer. Pushkar is only 11 kilometers away from Ajmer, which has a fully functional railway station. The train station in Ajmer is equipped with broad gauge tracks, and hence are connected with all the major cities in India.

    Places to Visit in Jaipur

    Gayatri Temple, Mahadeva Temple, Saraswati Temple, Brahma Temple, Varah Temple, Savitri Temple, Pushkar Lake, Holy Dip in Pushkar