Honeymoon in Pushkar
Temple city Pushkar, known for the only Brahma Temple, is one of the most ancient Hindu cities and a holy pilgrim destination of today. Various legends are associated with the city signifying the holiness of the city. Every person at some point of time wishes to visit the holy city; why not give your new married life a blessed start by celebrating your honeymoon in the religious and cultural city of Pushkar. A honeymoon trip to Pushkar will bring your across holiness, glimpses of past, vibrancy of Rajasthani culture and adventure.
Honeymoon Attractions in Pushkar
City of Pushkar is splendidly studded with various temples, shrines and holy places, deeply rooted and related to Indian Hindu mythology. Major attractions of the city are:
- Brahma Temple
- Pushkar Lake
- Rangji Temple
- Varaha Temple
- Savitri Temple
- Mahadeva Temple
- Nag Pahar
- Man Mahal
- Aptaeshwar Temple
- Raghunath Temple
Pushkar honeymoon trip also offers great recreational packages for the adventure lovers. Most exciting activities to indulge into, at Pushkar include:
- Pushkar Mela – Asia’s biggest fair of cattle.
- Blue Lotus Festival
- Gangaur Puja
Shopping Fiesta: If you love shopping and Indian handicrafts and textiles appeal you, Pushkar market is no less than a paradise for you. You can pick some fabulous:
- Regional textiles and fabrics
- Lakh bangles and souvenirs
- Leather goods
- Miniature paintings
- Traditional jewellery and dresses
- Brass utensils
Nearby attractions include:
- Ajmer City
- Nagaur Fort
- Merta City
Honeymoon Hotels to Stay in Pushkar
Best honeymoon hotels and resorts of Pushkar are:
- Ananta Spa & Resort, Pushkar
- Sarovar Hotel, Pushkar
- Pushkar Resorts, Pushkar
- Aaram Bagh, Pushkar
- The Pushkar Bagh, Pushkar
- Royal Safari Camp, Pushkar
Best Time to Visit Pushkar
Pushkar experiences very hot and humid climatic conditions during summer and monsoon. The city becomes pleasant and visitable post monsoon, between the cool months of October to March. This time period also includes various festivals and fairs that Pushkar is known for, like Pushkar Mela-November.
How to Reach to Pushkar
Ajmer district is a well known destination of the state of Rajasthan and Pushkar, a leading tourist attraction, which has provided the whole district with fabulous transport connectivity.
Jaipur’s Sanghaner Airport is the nearest air terminal from Pushkar. Getting down at the Jaipur airport, you can easily catch a bus or hire a taxi to travel to Pushkar.
Ajmer railway station at a distance of around 11km is the closest from Pushkar, which enjoys very good rail connectivity with different parts of the country and almost all major cities.
Pushkar is now a well recognized international tourist spot of Rajasthan tourism and thus, the city is well connected by roadways. Pushkar is accessible from almost all directions and you can easily catch a tourist bus or hire a taxi to go to Pushkar, from all major cities around.
What Things to Carry to Pushkar
You would need the following things with you, on your Pushkar trip:
- Mobile with its cover and charger.
- Your camera with its all equipments and accessories.
- Identity Card.
- Wrist watch.
- Sunscreen lotion and skin care products.
- ATM/credit cards.
- Comfortable dresses and accessories (Pick your clothes keeping in mind that Pushkar is a religious city and any sort of reveling dress/ obscene accessory would be objectionable for the inhabitants).
- Comfortable shoes/sandals.
- A backpack.
- Important medicines.
- Beauty products and styling kit.
- Woolens during winter and cool cotton clothes for warm months.
Before How Many Days the Booking Must be Done
Peak tourist seasons in Pushkar, especially festivals and fairs, record lots of tourists’ footfall. If you are planning your honeymoon in the religious city of Pushkar it will be safer for you to get all your honeymoon related booking done at least 1.5-2 months before your marriage.