Holy Pushkar Lake  
  Image The Holy Pushkar Lake is an attraction by itself at Pushkar and has immense significance for the followers of Hinduism. The Lake is hugged by 52 ghats, teeming with devotes and tourist. Most of the ghats are 300 years old and have innumerable small temple  
  Pushkar Camel Fair (Pushkar Mela, Pushkar Kartik Fair, Pushkar Cattle Fair)  
    Pushkar is full of temples, great and small, that is why it is called the town of temples.  It has mentioned in Rigveda that there are 3,339 devtas(gods). While Puranas has mentioned 330 million gods. Thus one can assume that there is one god on every three hindus. (around 900 million hindus on this earth). It is believed that Pushkar was on of the favoured  places for Devtas to visit, which why a pantheon of gods have made there are then 400 temple in and around Pushkar.  
  Pushkar Temples (Temples in Pushkar)  
    Pushkar is called the town of temples. The small town ofPushkar houses over 500 temples. The Brahma temple attract the attention because of its unique presence. not only hindus but also the Mohammedans Sikh, and Jain also come here to perform poja.  

Varah Temples Pushkar

    Varah temple is the largest and the most ancient temple of Pushkar. Varah The Boar is the third incarnation (avatar)  of Lord Vishnu. Legend has it that Varaha rescued the earth from depth of the primeval water, where it had dragged down by a demon (Hirnayaksh). The Ghaznavid army first destroyed thistemple in the reign of Arnoraja (1123-50) and later by Aurangzeb. Before destruction it was said to be 150 feet in height and covered with the finest specimens of Hindu sculpture. Even today, three centuries after the last desecration and destruction, broken stone lintels, carvings and architectural tit bits can seen strewn all around in temple premises. The temple was restored by the Hada Chatrasal of Bundi. The Varah Ghat is stillone of the important ghats, and 7.0 Kos Parikrama normaly begins from here. Situated near to Varah and Kurmanchal ghat a charity home was put up by Rani Ahilya Bai Holkar of Indore, who was a great shaivite..  

Savitri Temples Savitri Pushkar

    Pushkar is surrounded on three sides by hills. One of the hill is known as Ratnagiri., the highest on the southwest which houses the Goddess Savitri, the estranged wife of Brahma. The savitri hill is around 750 feet elevated by near by surrounding. Pilgrimage to savitri hill is 1.5Kms. It is strenuous and hard. It is believed that harder one tries, the more tapas (heat generated by penance) is gained. 
When Brahma performed yajna at Pushkar, due to some reasons Savitri could not reach the site of yajna at right time. Then Brahma performed yajna accompanied by a local girl, Gayatri – who become second wife of Brahma. This annoyed the first wife Savitri and she went to the hilltop. Then the agreement was made Savitriwill always be worshiped first and then Gayatri. Tradition still continues – first arti is performed at Savitri temple and then at Gayatri temple. The idols of both Savitri and Gayatri are now installed at the savitri temple. Though the idols of Savitri supposedly dated back to the 7th century AD, the Bangar family built thetemple itself in the early 20th century.

RangNath Temples Pushkar

    This is the largest and the most imposing of the modern temples, and is situated at the entrance to the town of Pushkar. It belongs to the Shirveshnva sect of the hindus, which was founded by Shi Ramanujacharya who flourished in the 11th century of the Christian era. The Vaishnavas and the Saivas the worshippers of Vishnu and Shiva are the two principal sects to which most of hindu belong. Vaishnavism is divided into four sub-sects or Sampradayas –the Shri Vaishnava, the Vallabh, the Madhva and the Naibarak. The Shri Vaishnava Sampradaya was founded by Shi Ramanujacharya who was born in 1016 A.D. in Bhutpuri, Madras (Chennai) Presidency and preached in Shrirangam near Trichnopoly. Shrirangam is principal seat of this sect . The vallabh Sampradaya was founded by Vallabhacharya, and its chief seat now is Natha-dwara near Udaipur in Rajputana. Madhavacharya was the founder of Madahva Sampradaya, and its center now is in South India. The fourth Naibarak branch of the Vaishnavas originated in Northern India, and its chief seat is now Salemabad in the Kishangarh State in Rajasthan.  

Pushkar Holy Mountain Ajaipal Temple

    Ajay Pal is around 10kms. From Pushkar. Raja Ajay Pal, the founder of Ajmer City, founded this temple in 11th century AC. The temple surrounded on all side by boulders of marble which make it very picturesque place and also object of attraction. The Ajay Pal temple along with Ajgandheshwar temple located in depression surrounded on all sides by hills. To reach this place one has to negotiate tortuous pathways and small hills.  

Atmateshwar Mahadev Temple Pushkar

    One of the principal Hindu deities, worshiped as the destroyer and restorer of worlds and in numerous other forms. Shiva is often conceived as a member of the triad also including Brahma and Vishnu. Shiva or Siva one of the greatest gods of Hinduism, also called Mahadeva. The “horned god” and phallic worship of the Indus valley civilization may have been a prototype of Shiva worship or Shaivism. Shaivism is mentioned as early as the Upanishads and the Mahabharata (500–200 B.C.). Shiva is identified with the fierce Vedic god Rudra and, in his terrible aspect, is the god of destruction and cosmic dissolution. He is commonly worshiped in the form of the lingam, or symbolic phallus. His other main forms are the great yogi, or ascetic, and Nataraja, Lord of the Cosmic Dance. As a yogi he is depicted as seated deep in meditation in the Himalayas, holding a trident, a snake coiled around his neck, his body smeared with ashes, and his hair long and matted. As Nataraja, he is shown four-armed, bearing various emblems, and dancing on one foot on a prostrate demon. Shiva's mount is the bull Nandi, and his consort is the goddess Uma, Parvati, Durga, or Kali.