Rajasthan truly is the land of royals, the golden desserts, lip-smacking food and the perfect blend of culture with hospitality will rejoice the mood of all the travelers. Be it heritage hopping or shopping around the local market everything keeps you on your toes. Keeping up with the trend, Travel Trikon this year wants to take you to Pushkar ka Mela – World Famous indeed.
Pushkar ka Mela is also is known as the camel fair of India when the deserts are covered with thousands of camels in their fully decked attire. The fair beauty with camels is a fascinating colorful opportunity to witness an Indian festival. It is also a festival to welcome winters. Did you also know Lord Brahma is worshipped only at Pushkar?
Reasons to explore Pushkar ka Mela
Soak yourself into the beauty of Rajasthan
Participate in entertaining events and sports
Listen to fusion bands
Stay at a perfect heritage resort
Shop, hop and eat
The magical Pushkar lake and temple is worth a visit.
Day 1 - 08th November, Friday
03.00 pm- Meet your Trikon Buddies at Bandra Terminus and Board BDTS AII UDZ EX(12995).
Day 2 - 09th November, Saturday
09.50 am Reach Ajmer and drive to reach your Zostel- Pushkar ( Half an hour 15 KMS). Get fresh and be ready to explore. Visit the camel dessert and start having fun until you drop. Have lunch and spend some time shopping around the markets. Participate in the events and spend time clicking pictures around. Enjoy cultural performances in the evening. Have dinner and hit the bed.
Day 3 - 10th November, Sunday
06:00 am – Wake up and freshen up. Have breakfast and leave to explore the Brahma temple. Apparently, Lord Brahma was cursed that he would be worshipped only in one temple. You can take a dip at the lake and feel the sanctity. Have lunch at the local place and enjoy lip-smacking food. Post Lunch goes to Zostel and picks your bags to depart. Check out by 3:00 pm and board train at 4:30 pm for Mumbai.
Day 4 - 11th November, Monday
08:00 am – Reach Mumbai early morning and trip ends with happy memories!
Traveling from Mumbai to Ajmer by Sleeper Class & Ajmer to Mumbai.
Stay in Triple Sharing at Non-AC accommodation with swimming pool and sit-out area.
Day 2 - Lunch, Dinner, Day 3 - Breakfast & Lunch
Sightseeing & Transfers
Travel Trikon expertise charges
Meals during Train Journey
Personal expenses, water bottles & soft drinks
Anything not mentioned in inclusions
Things to Carry
2 ltrs water
Enerzyl Powder or Glucon D powder
Snacks & Biscuits
Extra Pair of Clothes
Clean napkin or small towel
Cap, sunglasses, scarf
Haversack or Backpack (No sling bags)
Please carry medicines if you need any
Consuming liquor or any kind of Alcoholic substance is prohibited. Carrying any kind of substance that’s illegal is not allowed. Smoking is strictly not allowed. Anybody found smoking or consuming alcoholic drinks will be expelled from the event without a refund.
Located in the Ajmer district of Rajasthan Pushkar is one of the most ancient cities of India. Also known as ‘tirtha-raj’ or king of pilgrim sites, Pushkar is considered as one of the most sacred pilgrim sites in India. The city is also famous for its Annual Camel Fair which draws large number of tourists every year. There are over 500 temples in Pushkar and the most famous temple is the Brahma temple, which is one of the few temples dedicated to Brahma in the world. The temple is also called the Jagatpita Brahma Mandir. ... Read More
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Pushkar ( Outside Mumbai )
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