Shyama Resort Hotel

Helloj Road, Near Hr. Sec. School, Pushkar, Rajasthan, 305022, India
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Trying very hard to book into hotel Ram Kuti, Puskar

by Alicialouise

Dear People,

Every avenue I have tried, by mail, by personal emal (not in use any more) by telephone....does not get there has failed. I am arriving in Puskar on 18/19th January 2011, staying for about 4 nights. Will travel to Ajmer by train and take Tuk-Tuk from there. This hotel is very well situated for my needs.
Do you think it is wise to just arrive and hope for the best, that there will be a room available.

Kind Regards,
Alicia Myburgh

Re: Trying very hard to book into hotel Ram Kuti, Puskar

by ranger49

I guess you have tried the online booking facility on this site -

Re: Trying very hard to book into hotel Ram Kuti, Puskar

by nada1712

Why don't you stay at the Sajjan Bagh, Vam Dev Road near Gurudwara | Nala, Pushkar 302016. We stayed there last month very good price, nice garden, large rooms and excellent food. Its very convenient. Look it up on

Re: Trying very hard to book into hotel Ram Kuti, Puskar

by Chintoo


If you plan to stay at a budget hotel or small heritage home in Pushkar, you can just arrive and choose the best one you like, no pre booking needed most of them would have the rooms available except the period of pushkar fair which takes place in Oct/Nov.

However if you looking for a mid-range hotel, you would probably need to book in advance...i would recommend some of them -

Pushkar Palace
Jagat Palace
Pushkar Resort
Gulaab Niwas Palace
Pushkar Fort

Hope this helps... you have a good time in Pushkar!


Travel Tips for Pushkar

And the legend says….

by josephescu

According to the legend, Pushkar means a pond created by flower, was formed when Brahma dropped a lotus flower on the earth to determine a place for his "yagna" (e.g. self mortification), a holy sacrifice. The story goes that Brahma wanted to perform the holy sacrifice at the most auspicious time but his consort Savitri, whose presence at the “yagna” was vital for its performance, kept him waiting.

Irritated by this Brahma married a milkmaid and installed her instead. Seeing someone else in her place, Savitri got angry and cursed Brahma that he would be forgotten by people on earth and never worshiped. She relented on pleas from other Gods that Brahma could only be worshiped in Pushkar, hence there are no Brahma Temples elsewhere……

However, Savitri got a temple on her own, for the Hindus built her an altar on top of the mountain beside the lake.


by Willettsworld

Pushkar lake has some 52 ghats, sets of steps that lead down to the waters edge so that bathers can bathe. Devout Hindus make at least one pilgrimage to Pushkar and bathe at the holy ghats to wash away their sins, thereby earning themselves a place in heaven.

Camel fair

by BarbaraForza

The Camel Fair is held depending on the lunar calendar, so there isn't an exact date, it falls on the full moon of Kartik Purnima (November).
Each year, there are many people coming to Pushkar from all over India, bringing their camels and horses.
This Fair is promoted as an international attraction, big tents are put up for the Indian and foreign visitors. It's one of India's biggest and most colourful festivals. Don't miss it!

Jagat Pita Shri Brahma Mandir(Temple)


This is the only existing temple dedicated to Lord Brahma. Built in the 14th century, it stands on a high plinth with marble steps leading up to it. A silver turtle is set on the floor facing the sanctum-sanctorum or garbha-griha. Around the turtle, the marble floor is inset with hundreds of silver coins. Coins engraved with donor's names are also embedded in the walls. Peacocks adorn the temple walls as they are supposed to be the vehicle of Lord Brahama's consort Saraswati. The sanctuary has silver doors inside a carved marble gateway.

Camel Safari/Camel Karwan Pushkar


We took the camel ride to go to see the Sun-set from the dunes outside Pushkar.It take about 3 hours, and you can either ride the camels or stay on a camel karwan.Before you ride through the busy streets at pushkar, and then you reach the fields where the flowers for the temples are grown, and finally enter the desert.We waited for the sunset on a dune near a small lake full of birds, while a man there played traditional music for us.The sunset was romantic and peaceful.Riding the camel is great fun, it's invredible how fast he can run on the sand!
(Amazing, but if you have problems with your back,you will better avoid it....)


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