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Pushkar fair

Pushkar fair Pushkar Fair is a fabulous five-day camel and animals reasonably held in the town of Pushkar, on the banks of the Pushkar lake in Rajasthan. It likewise agrees with the religious festival of Kartik Ekadashi, when the Pushkar lake should be made by Lord Brahma. Fundamentally domesticated animals reasonable for the purchasing and … Read more

The Historical backdrop of Pushkar

The Historical backdrop of Pushkar : This history is found in the Padma Purana, Srstikhanda, Section 17: When Ruler Brahma came to realize that an evil spirit, Vajranash, was slaughtering individuals here so Master Brahma articulated a mantra on a lotus bloom and murdered the devil. Amid this procedure, the pieces of the blossom fell … Read more

Culture Shock – Camel Fair | Travel With Shenaz | Pushkar, Rajasthan | Shenaz Treasurywala

Culture Shock – Camel Fair | Travel With Shenaz | Pushkar, Rajasthan | Shenaz Treasurywala In this episode, Shenaz takes us to witness a five day Camel Fair held in Pushkar, a town located in the Rajasthan State of India. It is the world’s largest camel fairs. This has become a major tourist attraction apart from being a source for buying and selling of livestock. Written,
Produced by Shenaz Treasuryvala
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Culture Shock – A Lively Tour Of Pushkar | Travel With Shenaz | Rajasthan | Shenaz Treasurywala

Culture Shock – A Lively Tour Of Pushkar | Travel With Shenaz | Rajasthan | Shenaz Treasurywala In this episode, Shenaz visits the Pushkar lake located in Pushkar town, Rajasthan. The Pushkar lake is considered to be sacred and people believe that by taking a dip in the lake they will be purified of their sins or get cured of any diseases. Produced and Directed by Shenaz Treasuryvala

Pushkar Mela

The sprawling annual festivities of the 100-year-old Pushkar Mela through its dramatic collage of diversified pictures mirrors the vibrancy of the gracious state of Rajasthan. It is celebrated for five days from the Kartik Ekadashi to Kartik Poornima, the full moon day of Kartik (October–November) in the Hindu calendar. The full moon day is the … Read more