Pushkar Fair is a yearly fair, held in the small town of Pushkar, Rajasthan. The fair is held in the months of October and November. This is one of the most lively and attractive fair that displays the variety of customs and folklore of the country. Pushkar Fair is a five day fair, and ends on Karthik Poornima.

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Pushkar fair is all about entertaining and frolic. The five days of Pushkar fair are spent in festivities and celebrations, with

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over 20,000 people attending the fair on an average, and about thousands of people coming in from different cities and countries just to be a part of this five day event.

You can buy a lot of Rajasthani handicrafts and local artworks set up in different stalls in this fair. You can not buy only the handicrafts but also the famous Rajasthani chaniya choli, the turbans, the tie-dye work, bandini salwar kameezes, Rajasthani ornaments, and a lot more. You can tingle your taste buds, with the finest of Rajasthani snacks and delicacies like Dhokla, and sweets and savouries that are surely going to leave you mouth watering for more. Refreshing drinks are also served in separate stalls.

The best attraction of this fair is the camel race. Thousands of camels participate in this race and are decorated in different colors and attire, and are also adorned with jewellery. Also, there are camel and other domestic animal markets in this fair, which sell these animals at a minimal rational rate. The Pushkar Lake is also famous. And the Brahma temple also draws in a lot of devotees to the Pushkar fair.

Getting to the Pushkar fair is quite easy, as it is one of the tourist attractions in the state of Rajasthan. Just make sure that you book a good tourist guide, who would show you the best of Rajasthan, and also the Pushkar fair and make it an unforgettable experience.

Pushkar Fair 2013 Dates : 6-17 November

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Rajasthan is the most favourite tourist state of India. Among other tourist savvy cities, Pushkar has bagged its share of massive tourists of whom foreigners are the maximum.

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In comparison to the other tourist cities, Pushkar is a small town located 11 kilometres from Ajmer but is well linked with the neighbouring cities because of its popularity.

Pushkar is also visited by many Indian devotees and sadhus as it is a very important pilgrimage. The exclusivity of Pushkar lies in the fact that it boasts of the only temple of Lord Brahma in India which is also the centre point of the city. A temple of Lord Brahma’s wife, Goddess Savitri is also found in Pushkar. This temple of goddess Savitri is accessible after an hour long trekking which is an added attraction for the adventurous tourists.

The temple is not the only attraction of Pushkar. The camel fair held in Pushkar, every year during the months of October or November draws the tourists immensely. This huge gathering of camels, cattle, the traders of the livestock, the foreigners attract the film makers too during the camel fair.

The Pushkar Lake is famous for its holy water. A dip in this lake is considered auspicious and is a must for every devotee. Many Ghats are built around the lake to facilitate the ritual of bathing for the devotees.

During the celebration of the camel fair, Rajasthani handicrafts, folk music and dance and puppet shows share the limelight of the glorious tourism of Pushkar. The simple, local people of Pushkar welcome the tourists with an open heart and try to entertain them with their liveliness. Pushkar is equally explored by the devotees and the tourists frequently. The Pushkar fair  is known for its beautiful local artefact’s.

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