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Pushkar Camel Fair

Pushkar Camel Fair

04 November – 12 November 2019

The Pushkar Cattle Fair, as it is locally known as annual Five Days fair held in the town of Pushkar between the month of October and November. It is one of the world biggest cattle fairs. It has become an Important tourist attraction. Apart from the buying and selling of cattle livestock, there are few competitions held such as the Matka Phod, Longest Moustache and Bridal Competition which are the main attraction of tourists.

The fair is celebrated in an extremely beautiful way. The camels are decorated, exhibited, shaved, and enter into beauty contests, rushed, made to dance, and exchanged. A tremendous festival is held, with an arrangement of musicians, magicians, dancers, performers, snake charmers and carousel rides to amuse the crowd.

During the celebration of fair, the pilgrims come from across the country to take bathe in the waters of holy Pushkar Lake so that their sins can be absolved. The most important days of the Pushkar Mela are considered around the full moon when the majority of pilgrims take a bathe because it is said that whoever take bathe on the full moon day, receive special blessings. Pushkar Mela is one of the most colorful fairs in India, and a lot of things happen during this period. Sale of cattle is the highlight of the Pushkar Fair accompanying various programs. Entertainment is infinite with the provincial crowd, which accumulate for the puppet acts, bridal contest, camel sport, and dance performances. The camel race takes place on the first day of the Pushkar Mela. Because of camel race, beauty competition, and other rural sports the fair has earned a tremendous reputation among visitors. From Arab nationals to native crowd joins in the programs and the dance shows that sums over any other tradition in the country.

The celebration of fair completely depends on the moon cycle and generally takes place between the months of October and November. For the year 2019, the fair is going to be celebrated from November 04 to 12.

Visit Pushkar Mela Ground:

Well people you can't pass up a major opportunity the Mela which is one of loveliest sight in Pushkar. The Mela ground is brimming with exercises including fun rides. Different sorts of rivalries are additionally held namely camel and horse decoration, races etc. The legends, music, anthems and move exhibitions showcase the bright culture of Rajasthan.

Dawn and Sunset:

Mornings and night times are the ideal opportunities for activity. The lovely slopes encompassing Nag Parbat pass on hypnotizing dawns and dusks with the background of camels. Dawn and dawn perspectives are hugely appealing and charming.

Click and Click:

Every niche and corner of Pushkar are a picture taker's pleasure. Be it the beautiful train of camels, ladies displaying in bright odhani's, ostentatious bazaars, hypnotizing dawn and sunset's, articulations of various individuals you basically need to catch all and make it a noteworthy time through your perspective.

Heavenly Dip:

It's viewed as favorable to take a blessed plunge at Pushkar Sarovar and it will bring you good fortunes and takes away every one of your wrongdoings. For profound voyagers, a sacred plunge is a must.

Pray at Brahma Temple:

This is one thing which you should do while you are in Pushkar. Arrangement a visit to the sanctuary which is a standout amongst the most well-known temple in Pushkar. This temple is visited by thousands of pilgrimages all-round the year.

Pushkar is otherwise called "The Lotus bloom" and is one of the most established urban areas in India. Pushkar is one of the five holy journey locales of Hindu enthusiasts and stays dynamic with some astounding marvels which will make your hair stand on end.

Some of the facts that you should know about this place are:

1. The Biggest Camel Fair on the world:

Pushkar Camel Fair has the nearness of 50,000 camels with a great many camels' agriculturists, tramps, and artists from more profound districts of Rajasthan and more than 200,000 worldwide explorers. The Pushkar Camel Fair begins with purchasing and offering of camels and stallions and by day 5 the inclination begins to change towards festivity. In spite of the fact that the most recent day of the festival is religious as it is the day of Kartik Purnima (Full Moon), day 5, 6, 7 and 8 are truly intriguing. In these 4 days, one can appreciate the Camel Race, tribal move to tramp music, mustache rivalry and my top pick, the pull of war rivalry.

2. 2000-year-old Temple of Brahma:

Learn something more about the story behind the name of Pushkar. It is trusted that Brahma dropped a lotus bloom in a lake (Pushkar Lake) and the city of Pushkar came to presence. From that point forward Pushkar has ended up one of the numerous homes of Brahma. When contrasted with other Hindu Gods Brahma has just 5 noteworthy sanctuaries on the planet and the most vital one is in Pushkar. Despite the fact that there isn't any recorded history of Brahma sanctuary it is thought to be 2000 years of age and was even annihilated in the fourteenth century by the Mughal ruler Aurangzeb as he needed to transform entire India into an Islamic state.

3. Desert Safari and Rural Weddings:

In Rajasthan 3 urban communities are acclaimed for their Desert Safaris; Jaisalmer, Bikaner, and Pushkar. An endless area of Rajasthan is secured in the desert and this part is known as the Thar Desert. Thar is the eighteenth biggest desert locale on the planet and Pushkar is the principal desert city of Thar. A Desert Safari in Pushkar is 24-36 hours in length and the fascination of a Pushkar Safari is the nearby towns where most explorers love to go to the rustic weddings. Rajasthan is a well-known wedding destination and provincial weddings draw in numerous wedded couples to celebrate their childhood days of marriage and this time in Pushkar style.

4. The Ajmer Sharif:

Pushkar goes under the locale of Ajmer and the Ajmer city (40 Km from Pushkar) is a well known for the holy place of Sufi holy person name Moinuddin Chishti. Moinuddin Chishti (1138-1236 AD) meandered around the city of Ajmer and Rajasthan to spread a basic message that there is on god.His straightforward and sweet tone still rearranges the psyche of numerous Islamic and Hindu travelers who look for his endowments at Ajmer Sharif and under one rooftop which is basically astonishing in this multi-religious society of India.

Experiences During Pushkar Cattle Fair

• Camping cum tented accommodation

• Camel Cart Ride

• Camel Safari

• Horse Ride

• Hot Air Balloon Ride