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Pushkar, known as the creation of Brahma himself, is one of the oldest cities known in the dunes of time. It is associated with the legend that when Sati, wife of Lord Shiva died, he cried so much and for so long that his tears created two holy ponds.... Know More

Pushkar, known as the creation of Brahma himself, is one of the oldest cities known in the dunes of time. It is associated with the legend that when Sati, wife of Lord Shiva died, he cried so much and for so long that his tears created two holy ponds. One in Pushkar and one in Ketaksha. Laying on the shore of the Pushkar Lake, this place lights up with the unnerving view of the lake and the hums & prayers that can be heard during the evening. Famous for inhabiting numerous temples and for hosting a five to six day long fair, this city is a paradise for travelers looking for a tranquil visit to the pilgrims and getting to know the mythical legends associated with the place. Know Less

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Pushkar Mela 2018 - A Rustic Jamboree Recommend

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₹ 10,500 ₹ 11,000 (Incl. of all taxes)

Delhi(1D) -> Pushkar(2N) -> Delhi(1D)

Rajasthan, the largest state of India is known as the Lands of Kings, attracts many traveler from all around the world. Despite Rajasthan ho....Know More

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  • 1. How to reach Rajasthan? arrow_drop_down

    Rajasthan is very well connected by all means of transport. If you want to travel by air - Jaipur International airport is well connected with the major cities of the country and with other countries as well. The other domestic airports such as Udaipur airport, Jodhpur airport, Bikaner airport and Jaisalmer airport is also connected with hubs of the country. The road circuit is well developed in Rajasthan. You can take a bus / hire a private cab from the major cities to reach your destination in Rajasthan. One of the cheapest ways to travel to Rajasthan is by railway. All the cities of Rajasthan are well connected with rail routes. Make sure you book your tickets in advance if you are planning to visit during season time.

  • 2. What is the best time to visit Rajasthan? arrow_drop_down

    Best time to visit Rajasthan is in winters from October to February. During these months the desert sun is not intense and the days are pleasant. Most of the festivals held in winter are planned as tourist attractions, with visitors coming in from different parts of the world.

  • 3. What are the best places to visit in Rajasthan? arrow_drop_down

    Best places to visit in Rajasthan are Jaipur (Pink city) - famous for history, architecture and culture | Jaisalmer (Golden city) - famous for deserts, camel safari and desert camping | Jodhpur (Blue city) - famous for fort and its architecture | Udaipur(City of Lakes) - famous for lakes and Palaces.

  • 4. Can I stay in Palaces? arrow_drop_down

    Yes, there are few palaces that have been converted into heritage hotels.

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