With a slight chill in the air, Pushkar is all set to welcome tourists to indulge in a range of activities such as folk music, art, dance, dance and, of course camel trading. The Pushkar Fair stands as a testament to the vibrant cultural tapestry and rich traditions of Rajasthan.
This quiet town, which is home to the only Brahma temple in the world, will showcase the finest aspects of Rajasthan’s vibrant culture.
The Pushkar Mela primarily serves as a place for livestock trading, featuring camels and cattle. Camels are adorned and paraded, and ‘beauty’ contests are held for the cattle.
Stalls selling handicrafts, jewellery, decorative accessories, beads, harnesses for your camel, and even saddles for human beings are set up. Visitors can also enjoy activities such as horseback riding, camel riding, quad bike races and safari trips during the sunset.
Rajasthan Initially began as a hub for livestock trade, Pushkar fair’s popularity has grown as a cultural extravaganza. Moreover, the Pushkar Camel Fair is an excellent place for travellers to try their hand at street photography.
One of the biggest crowd-pullers is the moustache competition. The moustache competition, celebrates the magnificence of Rajasthani facial hair.
Travelers can make the best of their time enjoying acrobatics and the various other cultural performances showcased.