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Best dharamshala in Pushkar | Accommodation, Online Rooms Booking

It is a pilgrimage site for Hindus and Sikhs. Pushkar has many temples. Most of the temples and ghats in Pushkar are from the 18th century because many temples were destroyed during Muslim conquests in the area.

1. Shree Yadav (Ahir) Dharamshala, Pushkar

Address – Choti Basti, Pushkar, Dist. Ajmer, Rajasthan 305022

Shree Yadav Dharamshala is near to Pushkar Lake so you can easily visit the place. Dharamshala is just walking distance from the bus stand. Dharamshala is 13.7 Km from the railway station and 41.1 Km from Kishangarh Airport.

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Distance from tourist destinations

  • Pushkar Fair – 1.0 Km
  • Pushkar Camel Safari – 160 meters
  • Sikh Gurudwaras – 1.9 Km
  • Rangaji Temple – 650 meters
  • Pushkar Lake – 1.2 Km
  • Jagatpita Brahma Mandir – 1.8 Km
  • Savitri Temple – 3.6 Km
  • Panch Kund Shiv Temple – 2.4 Km
  • Mahadeva Temple – 800 meters

Facilities available

  • Attached Toilet
  • Hot Water
  • Filter Water
  • Open Ground
  • CCTV

Reasons to consider

  • The rooms of Shri Yadav Dharamshala are well maintained.
  • Dharamshala is well connected to the road.
  • Transportation and bus services are easily available here.
  • The place is the best option for family accommodation.
  • Wardrobes are in rooms themselves.

2. Akhil Bharatiya Khandelwal Vaishya Dharamshala, Pushkar

Address – VIP Road, Holika Chowk, Pushkar, Dist. Ajmer, Rajasthan 305022

Akhil Bharatiya Khandelwal Vaishya Dharamshala is walking distance from the most famous Pushkar Fair and Pushkar camel safari. The bus stand is also close. Ajmer railway station is 14.1 Km and Kishangarh Airport is 41.5 Km.

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Distance from tourist destinations

  1. Pushkar Lake – 1.0 Km
  2. Pushkar Camel Safari – 300 meters
  3. Sikh Gurudwaras – 1.6 Km
  4. Rangaji Temple – 12 meters
  5. Pushkar Fair – 650 meters
  6. Jagatpita Brahma Mandir – 850 meters
  7. Savitri Temple – 3.1 Km
  8. Panch Kund Shiv Temple – 2.1 Km
  9. Mahadeva Temple – 1.1 Km

Facilities available

  • Attached Toilet
  • Hot Water (Geyser)
  • Filter Water
  • Open Ground
  • CCTV

Reasons to Consider

  • Akhil Bharatiya Khandelwal Vaishya Dharamshala is a good option for family accommodation as well as group booking.
  • Dharamshala is well maintained.
  • It has all the basic facilities.
  • Transportation and bus services are easily available here

3. Saraswat Brahmin Dharamshala, Pushkar

Address – Opp. Bangad School, Near Jaipur – Ajmer By-Pass Road, Pushkar, Rajasthan – 305022

Saraswat Brahmin Dharamshala in Pushkar is located near Rangaji temple, a temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Dharamshala is close to the bus depot. Ajmer Railway station is almost 14 Km and Kishangarh Airport is 41.1 Km from Dharamshala.

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Distance from tourist destinations

  1. Pushkar Fair – 1.0 Km
  2. Pushkar Camel Safari – 190 meters
  3. Sikh Gurudwaras – 1.9 Km
  4. Pushkar Lake – 1.3 Km
  5. Rangaji Temple – 400 meters
  6. Jagatpita Brahma Mandir – 1.7 Km
  7. Savitri Temple – 3.2 Km
  8. Panch Kund Shiv Temple – 2.4 Km
  9. Mahadeva Temple – 1.4 Km

Facilities available

  • Attached Toilet
  • Filter Water
  • Open Ground

Reasons to consider

  • Rooms of Saraswat Brahmin Dharamshala are maintained.
  • It has all the basic facilities.
  • Guests can easily get transportation.
  • Bus services are available for Pushkar sightseeing places.
  • Good option for family accommodation.
  • Best place for large groups.

4. Shri Gautam Ashram, Pushkar

Address  – Choti Basti, Pushkar, Dist. Ajmer, Rajasthan – 305022

Shri Gautam Ashram is nearest to Pushkar Safari. Ajmer Railway Station is 13.5 Km and Krishnagarh Airport is 41.2 Km from the Dharamshala. The bus depot is within a walking distance of the Dharamshala.

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Distance from tourist destinations

  1. Pushkar Fair – 1.3 Km
  2. Pushkar Lake – 1.2 Km
  3. Sikh Gurudwaras – 350 meters
  4. Rangaji Temple – 400 meters
  5. Jagatpita Brahma Mandir – 1.2 Km
  6. Pushkar Camel Safari – 210 meters
  7. Savitri Temple – 2.6 Km
  8. Panch Kund Shiv Temple – 1.7 Km
  9. Mahadeva Temple – 1.3 Km

Facilities available

  • Attached Toilet
  • Filter Water
  • Hot Water (Geyser)
  • CCTV
  • Open Ground
  • Lift
  • Locker
  • Driver Accommodation
  • Generator

Reasons to Consider

  • Shri Gautam Ashram is well maintained.
  • The rooms are spacious.
  • Guests can easily get transportation and bus services from here.
  • Dharamshala is a good option for group accommodation.

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Pushkar Dharamshala Accommodation

How to travel to Pushkar?

By Rail

The Ajmer Railway station is nearest to Pushkar. It is around 15 Km from Pushkar. The Ajmer railway station is well-connected with major Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Allahabad, Lucknow, Kolkata, Bhopal, and Bangalore. Once you reach the station, you can hire a taxi to reach Pushkar.

By Road

Buses are easily available from Delhi to Ajmer and then further to Pushkar. The Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation runs deluxe and semi-deluxe buses (both air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned) to – fro to Ajmer and nearby cities. It is easy to reach Pushkar by paying the nominal fare. There’s a Rajasthan State Road Transportation Bus Depot in Pushkar.

By Air                               

The nearest airport from Pushkar is Kishangarh Airport in Kishangarh. It is 40.2 km northeast of Pushkar. It is also famous for the Bani Thani painting. The convenient way to reach Pushkar from Kishangarh is by road. You easily book a cab & use other public transportation to reach Pushkar.

Places to visit in Pushkar

1. Pushkar Fair

Pushkar is famous for its annual fair. It features a trading fete of cattle, horses, and camels. It is held over seven days in autumn marking Kartika Purnima according to the Hindu calendar. (around Oct & Nov)

This fair time is the busiest time for villagers, as this is one of the largest cattle fairs in the country. Animals, including over 50,000 camels are brought from distant places around to be traded and sold. Some camels, horses, and cows are colorfully decorated. The City in parallel holds a festival of folk music and dances, Ferris wheels, magic shows, horse and camel races, and various other traditional sports and team entertainment competitions.

2. Pushkar Lake

Pushkar Lake is a sacred lake of the Hindus. The Hindu scriptures describe it as “Tirtha-Raj”, the king of pilgrimage sites related to a water body. It is also related to the mythology of God Brahma, whose most prominent temple stands in Pushkar. The Lake finds are mentioned on coins as early as the 4th century BC.

Lake is surrounded by 52 bathing ghats. Here pilgrims throng in large numbers to take a sacred bath, especially around Kartik Poornima. A dip in the sacred lake is believed to cleanse sins and cure skin diseases. Over 500 Hindu temples are situated around the lake precincts.

3. Pushkar Camel Safari

The Aravalli Range has sandy fields, small dunes, beautiful hills, and mesmerizing sunrises and sunsets. Pushkar Camel Safari witnesses small villages along the way. During crop harvesting, the views are exceptionally enticing. Camel Safari in Pushkar is a great experience. It is a more attractive place for tourists who enjoy Camel Safari, Jeep Safari, and Horse Riding. A perfect place to shoot a nice picture with your camera.

4. Sikh Gurudwaras

Pushkar is a sacred pilgrimage site for the Sikhs. There are Gurdwaras dedicated to Guru Nanak and Guru Gobind Singh. These have historic roots, with the Guru Nanak Gurdwara in the eastern part of the town called Guru Nanak Dharamsala.

 5. Gobind Ghat

Gobind Ghat has a memorial inscription. This shrine was built with the sponsorship of the Maratha Empire, after the widespread Hindu-Muslim wars. The shrine has an old handwritten copy of the Sikh scripture, the Guru Granth Sahib and Guru Gobind Singh.

6. Rangaji Temple

The Ranji Temple is built in 1851 and is 30 m high. It has a traditional Gopuram, a Rajput architecture entrance gate, and an Italian colonnade. A 15m high pillar is dedicated to Lord Rangaji depicted as Lord Vishnu. A water tank and a picturesque garden lie within the temple enclosure. The annual festival of Jal Vihar of Rangaji performs with great pomp and splendor at the tank.

The temple is also famous for its ‘Brahmotsav’ or ‘Rath ka Mela’ celebration in March-April. The ten-day-long celebrations are marked by the pulling of the rath by the devotees from the temple to the adjoining gardens.

7. Jagatpita Brahma Mandir

Jagatpita Brahma Mandir is a Hindu temple situated at Pushkar. It is close to the sacred Lake to which its legend has an indelible link. The temple is one of the very few existing temples dedicated to God Brahma in India The temple sanctum sanctorum holds the image of four-headed Brahma and his consort Gayatri. It remains the most prominent temple among Lord Brahma’s temples.

The temple is made of marble and stone slabs. It has a distinct red pinnacle and a hamsa bird motif.

8. Savitri Temple

The Savitri temple in Pushkar is located on the Ratnagiri hill. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Savitri. In this temple, you will find the idols of both the wives of Lord Brahma named Savitri and Gayatri. The visitors can either trek ( 200 stairs) to the temple gates or take a ride in the cable cars. The ropeway ride is really full of fun from where you can have an awesome view of Pushkar city. The holy shrine constitutes a major portion of making Pushkar an important pilgrimage destination.

9. Panch Kund Shiv temple

Panch Kund Shiv Temple is centrally located in the town. The Panch Kund Shiva temple is just 2 to 3 kilometers from the famous Pushkar Lake. You can know more about the stories of Mahabharata here. The temple is been built by the Pandavas and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Unadorned temple & sacred pilgrimage destination with hill views in simple surroundings.

10. Mahadeva Temple

Mahadeva Temple is one of the most famous temples in Pushkar. It is built in the 19th century. The temple is well-known for its architectural style. There is a statue of Lord Shiva with five faces in the temple. The entire statue is made of white marble and is decorated with beautiful ornaments. There are numerous sculptures and carvings around the shrine which feature images of different Hindu deities. The courtyard features pink pillars which are elaborately decorated.

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