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Know India Better Through Your Planned Pushkar Travel


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India has been portrayed as the land of snake charmers and fakirs who can perform magic tricks, creating ash from empty air. However, if you take time to explore the country you will discover many more aspects that have remained hidden from the world's eyes for so long. India is a country that revels in diversity. Each state has its unique story to tell and one such story unfolds in the desert land of Rajasthan, the land of kings. It is one of India's largest state's and has many such towns and cities that offer a wide variety of sights and sounds to the traveler. A riot of colors covers each place in Rajasthan, giving each city its distinct identity. Jaipur is known as the pink city due to the sandstones with a pinkish tinge that have been used to build the forts and palaces of this ancient town. Another interesting itinerary on your Rajasthan trip should be a compulsory visit to Pushkar. Pushkar travel is bound to open up new horizons for you and help you see the spiritual side of India and Indians.

Pushkar travel helps you to go with the mystic nature of the Hindu religion as this is the only place in the entire Indian sub continent that has a temple dedicated to Lord Brahma, the Hindu God of creation. A visit to this temple is a must, at least for its breath taking architecture if not for its mythology and history. The marble floors and embedded silver coins add a charm of their own to the temple's architecture and you seem to relive the mythological past with a visit to this holy place, considered sacred for the Hindus. However, Pushkar travel is much more than a mere glimpse into the spiritual side of India. It is also the ideal place to get a true glimpse of rural India and her people.

Pushkar travel should be ideally planned during the winters when the famed Pushkar fairs are held. The camel and cattle fairs of Pushkar have received popularity and generated tremendous interest not only among the Indians but also among the foreign tourists. It is a place where not only the cattle and camel are traded but it is also the perfect platform to witness the cultural side of Rajasthan. Evenings filled with folk dance and songs and ethnic Rajasthani cuisine are a treasured memory for all those who undertake the travel to Pushkar.

When embarking on your Pushkar travel, be sure to include some other places of interest in Rajasthan. A major attraction for the tourist to this state is the handicraft and gemstones. You can carry back colorful and exciting souvenirs for those back at home, if you spend some time in appreciating the art of Rajasthan. The dresses and accessories are quite a sight and are sure to capture the heart of anyone who sets their eyes on them. The antique jewelry, tie and dye prints on clothes and precious and semi precious stones are some of the other things that you are sure to carry back home besides the heart warming memories of a wonderful trip to Rajasthan.

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