A revered pilgrim centre for Hindus, Pushkar is a small hamlet on top of a hill with a fabled lake. A religious destination too, Pushkar is one among the five pilgrimages of Hindu Religion. Pushkar Fair, the largest cattle fair in the world is loved by tourists for its colorful and kaleidoscopic feel. The festival starts off with a sportive camel race and lasts from Kartik Ekadashi to Kartik Poornima. Kartik Poornima is the full moon day of the holy Kartik month of the Hindu calendar. According to legends, this full moon day is the day on which the Hindu god Brahma rose out of the Pushkar Lake. For the reason, numerous people swim its sacred waters.
Hot air balloon trips over Pushkar Fair are adding to the importance of the fair. The balloon safaris take approximately 60 minutes over the picturesque landscape of Pushkar. This experience not only provides an exhilarating sightseeing experience from above but also renders a whole new perspective to the fair and its beautiful aspects. Certificates duly signed by the expert pilots can be availed at the end of the flights. There are many other exciting launch sites in Rajasthan such as Sand dunes, Fair ground and Ajmer Road. It is a fantasy come true for the tourists because the kind of aura that the city reflects is explicit.
Pushkar is one of the enchanting places in the royal state of Rajasthan where traditions meet the beauty of golden sands. It portrays very vivid images of the rich culture of the mesmerizing state. This popular tourist destination has the only temple which is dedicated to Lord Brahma. Pushkar fair is the world's largest camel fair and is gaining more popularity day by day. As the fair blows open Rajasthan for the travelers the balloons too blow open offering breathtaking air safaris.