Pushkar Gets Delighted during Festival

In true sense, beauty never dies. If you really a lover of natural beauty, visit once a tiny town Pushkar in Rajasthan, will mitigate your stress definitely. With great vigour and enthusiasm, every year, Pushkar Fair is celebrated by the locals of Rajasthan. Notably, Pushkar festival starts in Kartik Shukal Ekadasi and falls in the month of October – November. Notably, Pushkar festival 2015 was performed in the month of November 19-25. Pushkar festival takes place on the bank of Pushkar Lake. While you are in Pushkar, do not forget to take a birth in Pushakr Lake. There are fifty two bathing Ghats in the holy Pushkar Lake. These Ghats stay jam packed during the fair.  Notably, each ghats has their distinct features and powers to heal all kinds of sins and diseases.

The Pushkar festival really creates a sense of amusement in the minds of the tourists and pilgrims.  It is considered as a grand event in Rajasthan. Pushkar camel fair is famous for its various activities, including the “matka phod”, “longest moustache”, and “bridal competition. The most exciting part of the great fair is camel competition. This fair is able to attract the minds of the tourists across the world due to its various positive measures. This fair offers a new avenue for various exciting events, including livestock selling, exhibition of bracelets, jewellery, textiles, clothes, and many more. While in Pushkar, be a part of Camel safari, it will definitely provide you a new way to explore the vast the desert landscape.

Rightly, Pushkar festival offers a unique opportunity for the tourists, and it is the true replica of vibrant cultures and traditions of Rajasthan. This fair also offers big marketing opportunities for the tourists coming to the great fair. They can easily buy different types of Rajasthani items, including ornaments, garments, footwear, patchwork, printed textiles and fabrics. With all the activities and competitions are really worth seen. Really, Pushkar Festival 2015, end with great fan fare and it has left no stone unturned in the Rajasthani culture.

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