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Tour to Jaipur and Pushkar Fair - Edifying Diversity with an Imperial Essence

Sightseers from across the world get on tours to Jaipur to have an experience of the relaxing and pleasant surroundings, historic and cultural relics in the city. Jaipur is one of the well known tourist destinations in India and popularly known for its wealthy legacy and traditions, it is called "pink city". Travel India [] guides you to choose the best our package with all the information and makes your trip the best trip. To enjoy your tour to India you can choose golden triangle tour which is comfortable tour package that covers the three major city of tourists' attraction: Agra, Delhi and the pink city Jaipur.

To have a charming tour to Jaipur, visitors should make travel trips to the prominent tourist attractions in Jaipur additionally to the picturesque beauty. There are plenty of historical and cultural specimens as well as wonderful scenic areas like parks and gardens. All these spots are much admired places of sightseeing in Jaipur. Thousands of tourists from over the world come to Jaipur and explore its beauty every day. Some of the famous places in Jaipur are: The Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jaigarh Palace, The Albert Palace Museum, Lakshmi-Narayan Temple, The Jal Mahal, Rambagh Palace, Amber Fort, Chandra Mahal, Moti Doongri Temple, Akshardham Temple and so on.

The most colorful faces of Rajasthan can be seen during its fairs and festivals. One of these important fair is the very well-known 'Pushkar Fair', which possess the largest camel fair in all over the world. The sacred Pushkar City is considered as the residence of Lord Brahma Who was the creator of the world. It is said that The Pushkar fair can engulf one's soul. It is held once a year and holds much holy and spiritual importance. In heavy numbers of Devotees visit the fair and take dip of bath in the Sarovar Lake. It is believed that taking bath in the holy water of the lake leads to salvation.

Pushkar Fair [] is a seven day fair. It falls in the Hindu month of Kartika (October - November). This fair is started on the arrival of eighth day (Ashtmi) and gets over on the full moon day (poornima), as indicated by the lunar calendar. The major attractions of the fair are the races Camel and horse. In this there are a number of small shops/stalls, which sell the extraordinary of handicrafts and many other fascinating articles.

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