Situated in Rajasthan Pushkar is famous for its exhibitions and fairs. It is well known for its Pushkar Camel Festival where more than 50,000 camels are gathered for parade and many other cattle are also part of this fair. It is a five-day festival where a variety of culture is showcased and tourists from different countries travel to this city, especially for the Pushkar Camel Fair. Since multiple Gurudwaras are situated here, Pushkar is also considered as a sacred pilgrimage site for the Sikhs across the country. These gurudwaras are dedicated to Guru Nanak and Guru Gobind Singh.
Apart from Gurudwaras, there are many temples in this city. For example, Brahma Temple is very famous in the city. This temple is considered as the holy trinity Hinduism. Savitri Temple, Sri Sawaj Bhoj Temple, Gautama Maharishi Temple, Paap Mochani Gayatri, Atpateshvar Mahadev Temple, Varsha Temple and other temples are located in this city. According to the legends and history, Pushkar was mentioned in both Ramayana and Mahabharat, which is why this city is considered as a sacred pilgrimage city. As Savitri Temple is situated on the top of a mountain, many people hike towards the temple apart from taking ropeways. Hot air balloon rides are also organised throughout the year.