The mystical and religious city Pushkar lies in Rajasthan and while it is a small city in comparison to Jaipur and Udaipur it is still a very popular destination and holds great religious importance. It is believed that the city originated when Lord Brahma dropped a lotus on the ground and a lake emerged on that spot immediately. Pushkar has the only temple in the world that is dedicated to Lord Brahma and hence has many Hindu devotees visit it annually, as it is believed in the Hindu culture that a visit to the temple is necessary to attain complete salvation. The Pushkar Mela and Holi celebrations also attract many tourists, and the city has an allure about it that draws people in. Accommodation in Pushkar is not hard to come around and one can find good budget hotels in Pushkar. Travellers visiting Pushkar will find a list of hotels from budget to mid-range-to luxurious to choose from, however considering that it can get crowded be sure to make your bookings in advance. If you are looking for budget hotels in Pushkar, Treebo has several budget properties in Pushkar. The hotels are standard and come with basic amenities, guests can expect quality service and amenities while staying at any of our properties. The hotels come with amenities such as air-conditioned rooms, TV with cable/DTH connection, complimentary breakfast, free Wifi, and branded toiletries. While in Pushkar be sure to watch an aarti ceremony at least once held at the Brahma Temple. The ceremonies occur daily twice a day, one is two hours before sunrise and the other is five hours after sunset. A visit to the Brahma temple is a must when in Pushkar and you might as well catch a religious performance while there so as to capture a bigger essence of the place. There are many other temples and ghats to visit, however not all of them permit foreigners/non-Hindus to enter. There’s still much to do in Pushkar and travellers can enjoy safari rides on camels, yoga classes, as well as the Pushkar festival which goes on for two weeks every November.
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