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[15 Oct 2012 | 7 Comments]

Pushkar fair is the One of the most popular and colorful fairs of the Thar desert, which begins on Kartik Shukla Ekadashi & goes on for five days till Kartik Purnima. The time of the fair coincide with the light half of the moon during the months of October-November. The pictorial lake of Pushkar is set in a valley just about 11 kilometres northwest of Ajmer, bordered by hills on three sides and sand dunes on the fourth. Pushkar forms a attractive location and a be suitable backdrop for the once a year religious and cattle fair. Turbaned heads of men, and colorful veil and skirt of the women, bring alive the arid desert cape. The village women dress in their best colourful clothes and fine clothes for five-day mela. [More]

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[13 Oct 2012 | 1 Comments]

Pushkar is well known for camel safari. All those who travel to the holy town of Pushkar should never ignore a chance to go on a camel safari. This is a great way to walk around the vast expanse of the desert landscape in Pushkar which pulls travelers from every corner of the world. The most attractive means of exploring the desert around Pushkar is by camel safari and almost everyone who comes here goes on one. [More]

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[12 Oct 2012 | 0 Comments]

the world's major camel fair held in the holy town of Pushkar in Rajasthan. A spotlight of one's holiday in India, the festival hosts approximately 50,000 camels which are sold, festooned, shaved and raced. From a simple 14,000 to a huge 200,000! This is how the population of Pushkar swell during the Pushkar Camel Fair. [More]

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[12 Oct 2012 | 0 Comments]

Pushkar is a sacred town for the Hindus, situated 11 kms. to the North-West of Ajmer. Pushkar is known in the country for its Camel Fair which takes place here each October/November. This huge assemblage of camels, cattle, livestock traders, pilgrims, tourists and film-makers is one of the planet's most incredible events. [More]

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[22 Aug 2012 | 3 Comments]

Ajmer and Pushkar towns just 11 kilometers apart from each other represent the multi-religious character of India in the most sublime manner. Ajmer is an important railway junction town and offers the mausoleum of Muslim Sufi Saint Chisti. Ajmer, till 1947, acted as the place of British resident. Not being part of any principality, Ajmer grew up as a great center of education. Among the colleges, the Mayo College stands apart. Ajmer is a blend of Sufi culture and Hindu religion. [More]

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[8 May 2012 | 1 Comments]

Some of the Important Historical Places to visit in Ajmer [More]

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[5 May 2012 | 0 Comments]

Holy Township Pushkar and about Temples [More]

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[3 May 2012 | 1 Comments]

How To Reach Ajmer Sharif Garib Nawaz Ajmer. [More]

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[1 May 2012 | 1 Comments]

Dua Time Table of Dargah Khawaja Garib Nawaz Ajmer Sharif, Rajasthan, India [More]

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[29 Apr 2012 | 0 Comments]

Khawaja Sahab Magical Taweez [More]