With a charisma all of its own, Pushkar is a town quite distinct from any other place in Rajasthan. One of the most ancient of Indian cities, Pushkar is a prominent pilgrimage site located about 10 kilometers away from Ajmer. Bordered by the Aravali Range on 3 sides, this city with its never-ending tranquility is a revered site for Hindus and Sikhs, with thousand of devotees and tourists flocking the city all through the year.
The city of Pushkar, known for its great Pushkar Temples, curls around a sacred lake which is said to have appeared when Lord Brahma, the creator of the universe dropped a lotus to the ground. While we don’t have any valid reason to rebut this legend, it’s this folklore that led the people into creating a temple dedicated to Lord Brahma. Quite interestingly, this Brahma Temple in Pushkar is the only temple in this world dedicated to Brahma. Often referred to as ‘tirtha-raj,’ i.e. the king of pilgrim sites, a journey to Pushkar is believed to be the ultimate pilgrimage by some Hindus, which is necessary if one seeks salvation.
To experience the city’s mythological history, its timeless architecture, and everything else that makes Pushkar what it is, one must come, visit it. The best way to go through this authentically mystical city is through Sehgal Transport’s Delhi to Pushkar Tour Package. Sehgal Transport has made fine arrangements to make your Delhi to Pushkar bus ride as smooth and as enjoyable as possible. Covering a distance of 420 km, our Delhi to Pushkar Volvo bus service takes you to Pushkar in about 8 hours.
Let’s now glance through our itinerary to give you a fair idea of what to expect on your Delhi-Pushkar Package, while guiding you on the places to visit in Pushkar.
After leaving Delhi by an early morning bus, we reach Pushkar 1 or 2 in the afternoon. And from there begins our holy journey.