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By now the heat was really getting to us. We're not complaining but we'd been on the go for a few weeks now so we were looking forward to getting to Pushkar & chilling out. And that's exactly what we did. It's a really small, quiet little place with a lot of temples all scattered around the...

permalink written by  mich_and_dan_moors on April 30, 2011 from Pushkar, India
from the travel blog: mich_and_dan_moors's Travel Blog



Pushkar

Pushkar is by far the smallest city we've stayed in yet; only 15,000 people. Legend has it that Lord Brahma released a swan with a lotus in its beak, and would perform a sacrifice where it fell to earth. Where it fell, Pushkar was created. This is a very holy place to the Hindu people, and some...

permalink written by  Capto on January 11, 2010 from Pushkar, India
from the travel blog: Two months in Limbo



Push the car

From quite big to very small we arrive in Pushkar, a well known backpackers hangout in northern india. there is around 15000 habitants here and somewhere between 500-1000 temples. The town is set around a small lake which has alot of bathing "ghats" around it. The Ghats are where the hindus go...

permalink written by  agnesola on March 9, 2008 from Pushkar, India
from the travel blog: Baby and Baby's around the world travel...



Pushkar, Rajasthan

The journey from Agra to Pushkar was much fun indeed. The autorickshaw broke down on the way to the station so the journey was completed by cycle rickshaw. It really is incredible to see those guys cycling in temperatures in the mid 30's with 2 people and 2 heavy rucksacks in the back, you...

permalink written by  jonnik on January 5, 2008 from Pushkar, India
from the travel blog: Jon & Kenty's Grrrrrand Tour



Camel ride in the desert

It was very sad to leave the Fort. It was such a neat place and we'd had so much fun there. We headed off late morning for Pushkar - and our new form of transport - a camel!! The two hour jeep ride was a bit rough, but the country side is beautiful! it's very rural and brown, but the...

permalink written by  megankevin on February 14, 2007 from Pushkar, India
from the travel blog: India



Roopangarh Fort & Desert Safari

Roopangarh Up and out of bed by 8am and on the bus for another 1 1/2 hour journey. Us girls needed a wee by then so we popped in to a nice hotel to use their facilities. On the way out the men at the hotel gave us all Red Roses to say Happy Valentines!! We had a jeep ride for another...

permalink written by  James & Tracey on February 14, 2007 from Pushkar, India
from the travel blog: James & Tracey World Tour



Drunk

Roopangarh Fort - Rowdy Camels - Smelly Pushkar - Lots of Israeli Hippies

permalink written by  Matt & Ange on February 14, 2007 from Pushkar, India
from the travel blog: Matt & Ange's Travel Blog



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