The voyage here commences at Ajmer, Rajasthan a city prominent for its Rajputana and also Muslim heritage, citing the very first hill fort of India at Taragarh and moving onto the pious environment of the region with all the temples and other popularly know places of worship that dwell there.
The balance between intricate Muslim architecture on one hand and the display of finesse in all the Hindu structures here make it a quite interesting trip for visitors from all over to the crowded streets of Ajmer. To get away from the overpowering masses of the city, Pushkar only a few kilometers away a tiny little haven amidst the Aravallis with its massive pristine blue lake has attracted people with its surrounding serenity and peaceful picturesque backdrop.
Transporting you to a weekend getaway in a place where spiritual devotion meets adventure and touristy excitement, Pushkar holds a myriad of quaint temples, many lakes and then its huge annual fair as well as magical camel safaris that would tickle the senses of any fun seeking traveler
|Languages spoken||Hindi, Rajasthani|