Sajjan Bagh Resort

Vam Dev Road near Gurudwara, Nala, Pushkar, 302016, India
Sajjan Bagh Resort
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update on Pushkar tent lodging during camel fair

by mollynsteve

We are taking a tour of Rajasthan through Indus Travels in Canada and will stay a night in Pushkar near the end of the camel fair. All the advance information indicated we would be staying in a hotel but now we are told we will stay in a tent, and so far they have not been able to tell us at which tent camp. While the tents sound fine for lodging, I am concerned about security of luggage, etc. in a town of 14,000 invaded by 200,000 during the fair. I would appreciate any information/insight anyone could provide. We are seniors. Thanks.

Re: update on Pushkar tent lodging during camel fair

by celima

Don't worry. I have been to the Pushkar fair in 1984 and everything was very well organized. The tents are quite big, with beds, you collect your bucket of hot water in the morning, you have meals in a really big tent where the food is prepared and kept in big stainless steel containers. It is really fun and at night you have shows, you can walk around, have tea, see all the animals, the people coming from different villages with their different clothing. It is really special !

Re: update on Pushkar tent lodging during camel fair

by travelshow

While we were there during the last festival, we met a number of satisfied tourists who were staying tents. They do put you in the center of the fair. We stayed at an inexpensive hotel alongside the lake it self and we were very happy to be so close into town. We also awoke to the pilgims bathing in the water. We found that very convenients. I would do so again if we went. Investigate that possiblity.

Stan Diamond

Travel Tips for Pushkar

Brahma...and the Camel Fair

by josephescu

Once a year, on the full moon night of the Hindu lunar month of Kartika (October - November), a religious festival is held in Brahmâ's honour. Thousands of pilgrims come to bathe in the holy lake adjacent to the temple.

With so many people coming in one place, this is also the perfect occasion for trade, so a “camel fair” (the town is at the edge of the desert) starts to take place. In the last decades, The Pushkar Camel Fair has also become a major tourist draw and has taken on somewhat of a carnival flavour. Tens of thousands of camels and cattle are traded during the fair, while sadhus (ascetics) converge on the town to take a soul-cleansing dip in the holy lake. There's ample entertainment for tourists, with musicians, dancers, snake-charmers, and magicians flocking to the town.

The dates of the fair vary annually according to the Indian lunar calendar, taking place in late October or November (consult the tourist office for exact dates).

If you're keen to see the animal trading at its peak during the camel fair, get to Pushkar about a week prior to the published (official) festival dates.

If you are a smoker, then smoke a BIRI

by schlumpf

Walking trough the street of India you will see all the people (i saw only man) smoking such a small sigar, called BIRI. In India there are a lot of tipes of Biri and it is a normality smoke a biri. (it costs also only 5Rs Vs 50/70Rs for a package of cigarettes), they smoke wherever, on trains, buses, restaurants and so on....

Enjoy the Fantastic People at the Camel Fair

by Waxbag

When in India during the Pushkar Camel Fair people come from all over the state and country to Pushkar. So you don't have to run around all over India to see people, they come to see you. The colorful dresses and turbans are amazing!

Views from Savitri Temple

by Willettsworld

It's a fairly hard climb to the top of the Ratnagiri Hill where the Savitri Temple is located and it took me an hour but it's well worth it as the views over the town are awesome! Take my advice and make the climb in the late afternoon when the sun is beginning to set as it bathes the lake in a fine orange glow.

Sunset by the Lake


Every evening a crowd gathers at the Sunset Cafe in Pushkar to watch the sunset. Pushkar has the perfect setting for an unbeatable sunset with its beautiful lake, mountain and bathing ghats which glow yellow in the fading light. Tourists mingle with locals, taking photos as the sun slowly sets to the sound of drums.


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