When we talk of Rajasthan, the state has a lot to offer. But Pushkar stands apart for being simple and yet so colorful. Famous for its Brahma temple and cattle fair which takes place every winter, this town may not offer you forts and history of Rajasthan, but it does offer you a lot that remains with you for a lifetime.
Pushkar is all about celebrating Indian small town life and culture. Starting with the cattle fair or Kartik Purnima or the Diwali, Pushkar never fails to celebrate. Be it with color, food, light decorations, camel performances, village fair and the list goes on. Definitely the best time to visit Pushkar will be the time during Kartik Purnima, but one can always get glimpses of Camels, the colorful people, the Brahma temple and the lip smacking yet simple food of the town.
When I had my luck to visit Pushkar last year, I was fortunate to experience a setting which seems long lost in our urban life. I had tried to capture them in my lens. Do go through them below and let me know how you felt.