10 Reasons Why You Will Fall in Love With Pushkar

India, Pushkar Guide (B): 10 Reasons Why You Will Fall in Love With Pushkar

Pushkar is one of my all time favourite places to visit in Rajasthan. It’s peaceful vibes and friendly locals are the things that make me come back for more – 3 times over in fact. My first time being the Camel fair, Holi festival and now in August during monsoon ‘off’ season.

I instantly fall for places that have a good feeling and make me feel relaxed and Pushkar ticked all the boxes on that front. I feel completely safe waking around as a solo female traveller and locals say namaste (or shalom as they think I’m Israeli!) with a smile.

Although it is called a holy ‘city’ it’s actually quite urban which provides an awesome opportunity to witness village life and see some of the ‘real’ people of Rajasthan. Gypsy tribes, Colourful saaris, jingling anklets, bangles and turbans all thrown in.

It’s a relatively small place and so you don’t really need a strict itinerary here, you can just go with the flow and discover Pushkar’s amazing hospitality for yourself! ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: 10 Reasons Why You Will Fall in Love With Pushkar
Guide Location: India » Pushkar
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Brahma temple   Savitri temple   U-turn café   Westin Resorts & Spa   Hotel Brahma Horizon   Zostel Hostel  
Author: Sophie Pearce
Read it on author's website: http://thirdeyetraveller.com/pushkar/