Pushkar’s most famous temple is the Brahma Temple, said to be one of the few such temples in the world as a result of a curse by Brahma’s consort, Saraswati. The temple is marked by a red spire, and over the entranc…
The ropeway (9.30am to 7.30pm, return trip ₹119) makes the ascent to the hilltop Saraswati Temple a breeze. The temple overlooks the lake and the views are fantastic at any time of day. Alternatively, you could take…
The sunrise views over town from Pap Mochani (Gayatri) Temple, reached by a track behind the Marwar bus stand, are well worth the 30-minute climb.
Old Rangji Temple (c 1844) is close to the bazaar and is alternatively empty and peaceful or alive with chanting worshippers.
About 8km southwest of town (past the turn-off to Savitri Mata Temple) is a collection of Shiva temples near Ajaypal, which make a great trip by motorbike (or bike if you’re fit and start early in the day), through …
The large Naya (new) Rangji temple is east of the lake and is the scene of regular chanting devotions.
Gandhi’s ashes were sprinkled here on Gau Ghat and since then it has also been known as Gandhi Ghat.
The ornate, multidomed gurdwara hosts Pushkar's Sikh community and welcomes visitors.
This intricately carved Jain temple is found on the western shore of Pushkar Lake.
A bathing ghat dedicated to Brahma and below the Brahma temple.