Many people flock to India for their sacred places and revered temples. The yogi lifestyle in India is booming now more than ever with more and more people practicing yoga, so it’s no surprise that the meditative practice is located in a city of holy temples, Pushkar.
The sacred Hindu location is home to hundreds of temples filled with prayer bells, drums and people singing traditional songs.
At the heart of Pushkar lies a sacred lake that showcases 52 bathing ghats and Brahman temples. If you’re seeking a mystical and unforgettable experience – Pushkar is the perfect place to visit.
The Brahma temple is one of the most touristic spots in Pushkar and isn’t difficult to miss with its red spire. This temple is an interesting place to visit to see the history of Brahma’s partner, Saraswati.
The path to the Shiva temples is a winding one, with rocky terrain and hilly contours. The temple was created as a dedication to Lord Shiva and is one of the most intricate and detailed architectural structures of Pushkar.
Old Rangji Temple
The Old Rangji temple is a hodgepodge of Mughal and Rajput architecture. It showcases the South Indian architecture more evidently through its facade and is a beautiful place to visit during the daytime to get a better feel of temples in India.