Supreme for the foremost reason as this is the only place in the country where a sole temple of Lord Brahma, the creator, resides. The holy Lake of Pushkar is said to have appeared when Lord Brahma dropped a Lotus flower in it. The place has held an important religious significance ever since and is also known as the 'Param Thirathsthan' i.e. the supreme pilgrimage centre, as no pilgrimage is complete without taking a dip in the holy waters of the Pushkar Lake. At present there are more than more than 400 temples and 52 bathing ghats in Pushkar.
The 'Nag pahar' or the Snake Mountain forms a natural boundary between Ajmer and Pushkar. The Pushkar Fair is one of the prime reasons for attracting numerous people to region every year. The largest caeml fair in India, the Pushkar Fair is an event where you see camels in their hundreds pateintly waiting while they are bought and sold. The Pushkar Bazar along with Pushkar Palace adds more allure to the already charming town of Pushkar and can be toured with Pushkar Tours. For more information on Pushkar, please visit the link given below.
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