Hotel New Park

Panch Kund Rd, Pushkar, 305022, India

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  • Terje1966's Profile Photo

    Nice Hotel


    The hotel has a nice top floor restaurant with exellent food and a nice view of the surrounding mountains. it also has a Big garden full of roses and their ovn vegetables. The staff was wery friendly and the rooms were ok and the prices were good. the best hotel on my India trip.

    Directions: Coming from Ajmer. Take a sharp turn left as you enter Pushkar and drive till the end of the road.

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    Hotel New Park


    Rooms attched bath hot and cold water Friendly people.

    Hill view, Swimming Pool, Roof top Restaurant, Horse & Camel Safari, Rose Garden.

  • JonnyMiller's Profile Photo

    Nice hotel with Swimming Pool for $4 per night!


    The New Park Hotel was fairly new when I stayed there in March 2000. It has clean, spacious rooms, at reasonable prices.

    Unique Quality: he hotel's main selling point is its large swimming pool, ideal for cooling down

    Directions: The hotel is a 10 minute walk from the centre of Pushkar.

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Forum Posts

Any bar, clubs in Pushkar or Ajmer?

by girlie_guy

Will be travelling to Pushkar this friday...just 3 more days.
Can anyone tell me where do I hang out in Pushkar in the night(not late night though) there a place where I can sit and have a beer or something?

Any Rave party happening? I knew Pushkar is famous for that. Isnt it?

Re: Any bar, clubs in Pushkar or Ajmer?

by robine

No, it's not!

Re: Any bar, clubs in Pushkar or Ajmer?

by betska

It's been a fair while since I was in Pushkar, but I do recall that there were some roof-top restuarants with nice views of the lake. Very relaxing & laid back though, no parties or anything. I can't remember if they served beer, they did do bang-lassi etc.

Re: Any bar, clubs in Pushkar or Ajmer?

by catfish22

Perhaps u are thinking of Goa for rave parties.
Pushkar is generally a sleepy little town with no alcohol and no meat rules, unless of course u obtain it'under the table'.

Re: Any bar, clubs in Pushkar or Ajmer?


Pushkar is our holy place, so we don't think about any beer bar.

Travel Tips for Pushkar

Why is Brahma …so under worshiped?

by josephescu

Puskhar hosting one of the few temples dedicated to Brahma, it’s useful to say a few words about him.

First of all, do not mix Brahma (the God of Creation) with the Brahman (Supreme Cosmic Spirit).

For me, it was impossible to have a superficial understanding of the Hindu pantheon of Gods. The fact that there are so many Gods, presumably everyone with his own “specialisation”, gets even more complicated when…every God comes in different forms of manifestations, or incarnations…with different names and representations… However, what can be easily seen is that Vishnu, Shiva and Ganesh are “very popular”, if one is to count the number of temples and shrines dedicated to them all around India, while Brahma the Creator is almost absent, he does not have temples of his own.
And here is where the tricky part comes – if Brahma is “the Creator”, with Vishnu being the maintainer or preserver, Shiva the destroyer or transformer and Ganesh the wisdom guy, then why is Brahma so “under worshiped” compared with the other gods? Some may argue that Brahmā is prayed to in almost all Hindu religious rites….but this is not enough, for there is an obvious close relation between the number of temples dedicated to a god and his relative importance vis-à-vis the other gods. Is creation itself less important, or less practical in daily life, than the preservation, or the destruction, or the success-associated Ganesh?

Nevrotic queue!

by schlumpf

If you would need to caugh a bus, a train or a flight, then you will have the problem of the queue.
In India, as well as in a lot of places in Asia, there is no respect for queue
The rule is: the first one speak is the first that has to be listened!
Altough you are waiting for your turn, you will detect that hundreds of people will jump on your shoulder trying to overtake will take away your hair..something really bad! Be patient, that’s the only thing to do!


by Willettsworld

I love different types of architecture and for some reason Pushkar has some very fine examples of Rajasthani architecture. It has many large buildings that are painted light colours and feature decorative overhanging window balconies.

Savitri Temple

by josephescu

The temple of Lord Brahma's first wife, i.e. the one before the milkmaid Brahma married for the “yagna”.

The temple is located on the hill behind the Brahma temple and one has to climb a long series of steps to reach the shrine. It commands a panoramic view of the lake and the surrounding of the villages.

Main bazaar colourful stalls

by munki

The main bazaar is packed with stalls that care for the thousands of pilgrims and backpacker that visit the lake during the year. They sell all sorts of puja paraphernalia, hippy clothes, silver jewellery, painting, fruits and vegetables, internet cafes, etc…


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Address: Panch Kund Rd, Pushkar, 305022, India