Pushkar famously known as the' City of Brahma', is a sister city of Ajmer. Rajasthan holiest city Pushkar is surrounded by desert and snake mountain. Pushkar, one of the oldest cities of India, lies on the bank of Pushkar Lake. Pushkar is mainly famous for its ancient temples and the Holy Lake. Pushkar word may be derived from word 'Pushkarni means - lake or may be derived from word Pushpa means flower and Kar means hand.
Savitri Temple- The Savitri Temple is dedicated to the desolated wife of Lord Brahma, Savitri. The temple was built in 1687, on the top of the Ratnagiri Hill behind the Bramha Temple.
Brahma Temple- The Brahma Temple is located on the banks of the Pushkar Lake. It is the one of the few temples in India, which is dedicated to the Hindu God, Lord Brahma. This temple was originally built in the 14th century.
Pushkar Lake– The Pushkar Lake is a semi-circular shaped sacred water body, also known as ‘TirthaRaj’. According to the Hindu mythology, the lake was created from one of the petals that fell from the lotus flower with which Lord Bramha killed the demon Vajra Nabh.
Aptaeshwar Temple– The Aptaeshwar Temple was built during 10th century AD and is dedicated to the Hindu God, Lord Shiva. There is a magnificent Shivling in the main hall of the temple.
Man Mahal– Man Mahal was built by Raja Man Singh I of Amber. Visitors can get a full view of the banks and temples located around the lake from the Man Mahal.