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Pushkar, the holy town in Rajasthan is known for it's sacred lake and the only Brahma Temple in the world. Legend has it that this lake was formed where Lord Brahma - the lord of creation - dropped a lotus on the day of the full moon. Every November, the famous Pushkar Fair is held for 7 days, starts on Noami, finish on Kartik Poornima (Full Moon). The Fair is predominantly a gathering with thousands of camels, cattle and horses for trade, with added attractions of games, races, local folk dances, song and entertainment. 

The tourist village is self sufficient and is specially designed to complement the natural beauty of the site. The village is arranged in blocks of tents, each with its own identity, being named after the famous dances of Rajasthan. The village also has huts (all double bedded) with attached western style toilets, and running hot water.

Due to the religious significance of the fair, food served is strictly vegetarian. There is a choice of Indian and Continental delicacies.

- : Pushkar Programme 6 Nights and 7 Days : -



21 - 24 November, 2007
10 - 13 November, 2008
30 October - 02 November, 2009
18 - 21 November, 2010


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