Dedicate a weekend to the most pious city in Rajasthan. The land where Lord Bramha performed his great yagya (ritual), Pushkar provides the perfect retreat for a weekend of bliss and serenity, along with presenting its viewer with moments to capture for their memory album. Thus, presenting the tranquil Weekend Tour of Pushkar.
Be escorted by our representative at Jaipur to kick start your Weekend Tour of Pushkar. On reaching, check into your destined hotel and enjoy a ravishing lunch.
Post lunch, head out to explore the ostentatious part of Pushkar as evident from the structures of the Man Mahal and the Pushkar Palace. Delve into the aura of sanctity at the Pushkar Lake. Known as one of the most religious places in Northern India, Pushkar lake is visited by thousands of devotees every year.
Going by the feel of the place, the morning starts with a visit to the Bramha Temple. Being the only temple in India dedicated to Lord Bramha, it also has unique traditional Hindu architectural elements that are praiseworthy.
Further on, visit the Ramavaikunth Temple, adorned in white. Built in 1922, the temple poses for art and architecture of that era which makes it an inevitable spot in the Weekend Tour of Pushkar.
Being titled as one of the most pious places, there are a few other temples that deserve a mention in this amazing tour. The Savitri Temple, the Saraswati Temple along with the Apteshwar Temple have their unique levels of mesmerising architecture and an omnipresent sense of purity.
Before saying your final goodbyes to this blissful weekend, go on a shopping spree to the Sarafa Bazaar of Pushkar. Famous for its vibrancy and colour, the Sarafa Bazaar is the perfect destination that any shopaholic would ever dream of. Thus, signing off in a slightly off beat note than the start before finally driving back to the starting point, Jaipur.
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