Come November and the rich tradition of Rajasthan comes alive at Pushkar. A small hamlet, just 18 miles from the religious city of Ajmer, Pushkar, is host to an annual event called the Pushkar fair. The fair is visited by foreigners and Indian boats are perhaps the largest gathering for a fair share of international tourists in Rajasthan. Held in the Hindu month Kartik or November, the fair is a crowd puller.

Means more camels in the world and livestock fair, Pushkar Fair is truly a unique experience. The onset of winter brings the cool breeze of the south-west, the golden sand dunes reflecting various colors in each phase of the Sun, which contributes to natural colors are not just men dressed in the vibrant and women, or shops selling various colored products, but also decorated and decked camels and cattle are sold here. The charm of the fair, and also why it is more just world class made its original charm and very rural. Here, people spontaneously break into song or dance, they forget their daily miseries and enjoy racing camels and cattle. They buy goodies and partying. All this contributes to the charm and put it with a religious touch to it.

Pushkar is the only temple in India dedicated to Lord Brahma, the creator of three worlds. According to legend, Brahma was looking for a place to make yagnya, lotus fell from his hand where he had fallen and overhanging water. Since then, Pushkar Lake was born. Lake has stopped 52 bathing Ghat its banks. People flocked to these Ghat and take a dip in the holy lake and wash away all their sins, as is commonly believed here. It ‘was a full moon day of the month of Kartik that the lake was formed. This is a religious reason is given to the world the opportunity to be part of one of the largest fairs in the world.