Pushkar, the City of many Facetsby Suresh Nanda The Ananta Udaipur
India is a country which is extremely high in its take on religion. With so many states, languages and culture, the religion are ultimate which binds all. India is a country, having Hindu as the main religion. The Hindu religion itself is fully loaded with numerous Gods and Goddesses. The mythological stories are such, that they seem to be a well-knitted form of a vast universe.
India has many pilgrim sites, where the devotees come to be one with the aura of the Almighty. One such famous pilgrim site in India is Pushkar. It is in the beautiful state of Rajasthan. Rajasthan itself is a state, which seems to be a bouquet of many beautiful flowers, like, Jaipur, Udaipur, Bikaner etc. Out of them, Pushkar is one of the beautiful flowers of Rajasthan. The city rubs its shoulders with the great Thar Desert. The biggest and the most famous tourist attraction in Pushkar is the Pushkar lake itself. It is a huge lake consisting of as many as 52 ghats. With every ghat, clings at least one beautiful temple. And the city ends up being a city of beautiful temples.
There is a great deal of some great accommodation in Pushkar. The city has a great variety of hotels and guest houses to offer. The range of affordability is definitely taken care of as it is not just a city for tourism, it is a famous pilgrim site too, and for that people pour in huge numbers. The hotels are spread out in all over the city, which gives the tourists a great bunch options of accommodation to choose from.
Pushkar is a land of a pretty amazing and an interesting mythological tale. It is said that the whole universe is the creation of Lord Brahma. He is said to have written all the scriptures that the world abides by. Pushkar is the chosen place, where the temple of the great Lord Brahma resides. It is known as the Jagatapita Brahma Temple. It is said to be the only temple dedicated to Lord Brahma in all over North of India. Pushkar is surely a place of many temples, but the Brahma Temple is easily recognizable, even from a great distance, as its shrine is painted in bright and tangy orange. Its piousness is of such great heights, that people flock in, in great numbers to get the blessings of the Almighty. The Pushkar lake adds its tinge of blessings. It is said that if someone takes a dip in that lake, his or her sins are abolished for the next 100 years. Sure it sounds, astonishing, but belief is what makes people going.
The beautiful hotels in Pushkar are what makes the experience of becoming one with the piousness of this city, a memorable one!
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