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Pushkar is a holy city in Rajastan, India famous for its Brahma temple, lake, ghats, and bazaar.


Meat, alcohol and drugs are forbidden in Pushkar.

During the annual Pushkar camel fair held in October and November, the city is awash with tourists. At other times, the town is peaceful and calm.

Please respect the local culture and dress reasonably.

Get in

By plane

No airports at Pushkar. Nearest airport is in Jaipur.

By bus

Take a taxi or rickshaw from Ajmer. Frequent buses are available from Ajmer main bus station (rs 8/-)

By train

From Delhi, regular trains are available till Ajmer. There are direct trains from Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Bhopal, Ernakulam and Bangalore to Ajmer.

Get around

Most of the sights center around the lakefront which can be seen on foot.

To go further a field you can hire a bike (push/motor) and take in the surrounding beautiful countryside and hidden temples.




Go for a camel safari in nearby villages. Pushkar is famous for camel safari. Tourists can visit small villages, crop harvesting during their camel safari ride. The view from camel safari comes exceptionally enticing. Camel safari in Pushkar is always a memorable experience for tourists.




Alcohol and Nonveg forbidden in Pushkar.


Stay Safe

(Female Tourist)

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