Pushkar FAQ, What do to in Pushkar, How to Reach, What to buy, Where to Stay and Much More

[toggle_box title=”What is Pushkar – Just Like a small town :-) ? ” width=”Width of toggle box”]The land of deity (Devbhomi) can-not be called ordinary which was elected by Lord Brahma to perform sacred scarifies (Yagana) for the beginning of the universe and by almost all great Indian sages and seers for penances. Not only spiritual but the town Pushkar is picturesquely situated on the lake, with the hills on three side, the sands, drifted from the plains of Marawar, have formed a complete bar to the waters of the lake, which has no outlet, though the filtration through the sand hills id considerable. “The town and Lake of Pushkar from a romantic scene. More About Pushkar[/toggle_box]

[toggle_box title=”Why Pushkar is called “Tirth Guru” (Mentor) of all sacred places? ” width=”Width of toggle box”]This is believed that there are four categories of Hindu Tirthas in its hierarchy of descending order i.e. Daiva Tirtha Created by the male trinity Gods, Brahma Vishnu and Shiva, Asma Tirtha crated with destruction of of demons by tirth related with austerities penances and sacrifices of renowned place create by men preferably by rulers of solar and lunar dynasties. Rated on the criteria- Pushkar stands height among them. [/toggle_box]

[toggle_box title=”What is the Spiritual Importance of Pushkar ? ” width=”Width of toggle box”]This is only Pushkar, which can boast of calming that no pilgrimage of Hindu pilgrim is complete till a Holy Dip in Pushkar Lake, That is why Hindu pilgrims unfailingly visit Pushkar after undertaking pilgrimage of Tirth any or four direction of country i.e. Badri Narain in North, Rameshwaram in south, JaganNathPuri in west or any other big or small located in his related itinerary. This is why Pushkar has become one of the most visited places in India by any sect of Hindus and not surprisingly even by other caste and tourist belonging to any faith from across the world. [/toggle_box]

[toggle_box title=”Why Pushkar Known as Town of Temples ? ” width=”Width of toggle box”]Pushkar is full of temples, great and small, that is why it is called the town of temples. It has mentioned in Rigveda that there are 3,339 devtas (gods). While Puranas has mentioned 330 million gods. Thus one can assume that there is one god on every three hindus. (around 900 million hindus on this earth). It is believed that Pushkar was on of the favoured places for Devtas to visit, which why a pantheon of gods have made there are then 400 temple in and around Pushkar[/toggle_box]

[toggle_box title=”What is Pushkar Ghat ? ” width=”Width of toggle box”]The Lake is hugged by 52 ghats (sector), teeming with devotes and tourist. Most of the ghats are 300 years old and have innumerable small temple. Various ghats were built by former ruler which include Jaipur ghat, Bhartpur ghat, Gwalior ghat, Jodhpur ghat, Kota ghat, Sikar ghat along with Gau ghat, Varah ghat where pilgrims take holy dip for salvation Pushkar Lake[/toggle_box]

[toggle_box title=”Are there only two places to see in Pushkar (Pushkar Lake and Brahma Temple)/ What to see in Pushkar? ” width=”Width of toggle box”]NO way! Pushkar is globally known for its unique culture and traditions. People of Pushkar are generous and always helpful to its guests. Pushkar has a lot of tourism options and never disappoint to its visitors. Whether you are a historian, a nature lover, a culture lover, a honeymooner, or adventurer, the small has everything to offer you and fulfill your desire.[/toggle_box]

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By Air
The nearest airport is at Jaipur.

By Rail
Nearest Railway Station is Ajmer, situated at a distance of 11 km from Pushkar. Ajmer an important destination on its own right, Ajmer is well connected with major places in Rajasthan, and India as well.
By Bus (Road)
Pushkar is home to two bus stands. The Marwar bus stand, in the north of town by the post office, has buses to some long distance places including Delhi, Jodhpur and Bikaner while the Ajmer bus stand is located east of the Pushkar town and offers bus services to Ajmer and Jaipur. Pushkar is well connected to Ajmer by bus







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