The Greenhouse Resort

Kishanpura Road, Village Tilora, Pushkar, 305022, India
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Pushkar Festival/accomodation

by marjanh

I am thinking about a trip to India in November and this would include a visit to the Festival in Pushkar. Accomodation is in a tent. Has anybody been here during the Festival? Is it really worth the visit? Who can tell me more about those camps with tents?

RE: Pushkar Festival/accomodation

by robine

We went a few years ago, and enjoyed it a lot. "Typical" India, not easliy seen elsewhere. The tent was organised by one of the big hotel chains, and was quite luxurious.

RE: RE: Pushkar Festival/accomodation

by radz

Hi
I would suggest you should not miss it if you had chance to visit.

Cheers.
Radz

Re: Pushkar Festival/accomodation

by sunshine1234in

Hi marjanh,
if you like to see real India with that rustic appeal.It is really worth the visit!!Its very different from other places in its approach, you get to see villagers exchanging their cattle and oraganising bull race and those sort of oldage sports.You might be surprised to see night parties and sort of that kind to entertain people like us.I was there two years back and going again for the pushkar fair around 21st Nov.what would be your dates?
Regards
Syed

Travel Tips for Pushkar

Brahma’s Place in the World

by Waxbag

According to the Hindu legend; Brahma, the Creator, dropped a lotus flower from the sky and where it landed Pushkar Lake sprang up at the spot. Brahma wanted to perform a sacrifice at the lake in the evening of a full moon with his consort Saraswati, the Goddess of Education, but she was late. Brahma instead chose a mortal milkmaid to perform the ceremony. When Saraswati arrived she was furious and cursed Brahma vowing that he would never be worshipped on the earth again. She relented under pressure from other gods and instead decreed only in Pushkar may he be worshipped. The Brahman temple at Pushkar remains the only one in India and one of the only in the world.

Dung dung everywhere

by 6aruna

If you are travelling during the mela, expect day time to be hot and night time cold. so light summer ware ,cap and water for day time and a light sweater or shawl for night time.
expect camels in huge numbers. This time there were an estimated 2 lakh camels and other assorted animals so expect camel dung and dust in direct proportion. The dung dries up in no time and the constant traffic powders it and disperses it in the air. proper walking shoes and a mask would be a good idea. Pushkar is a photographers delight bring enough supplies digital card/batteries/film rolls

Endless possibilities...

by polardabar

Take a stroll down to the lake, try climbing the hill, drink fresh juice, spin your poi, sit on the terrace, have a cup of masala tea, enjoy the sunset, take a walk, buy some fruit, phone your friends, breathe the desert air, ride a camel... Enjoy!

Take a walk to the Gaths

by schlumpf

Take a walk to the Gath is another beautifull activity to do. It’s true that see the holy Lake with all those colour from the other side is already an amazing view...but it is nothing compeared beaing in the middle of all those people...I felt something strange once there...
All those people praying, all those people so close to each other...Was absolutely fantastic!

Sikh Gurdwara Temple

by Willettsworld

Near the bus stand where the buses go to/from Ajmer, lies this Sikh Gurdwara Temple. It looks very new, so-much-so that they're still constructing the main gateway as it's still made from bricks without the whitewash appearance of marble. The temple is faily ordinary except that it has a series of finely carved doors. The views from the rear of the temple are nice as you get a good view of the Savitri Temple on Ratnagiri Hill.

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