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Must Do Activities In India
India with few ‘Must Do Activities’ is endless thrills and actions. Adventure and Ayurveda have found new definitions in India. Enjoy various cultural and royal activities to know best of India. Luxury train ride and royal palace stay are favorite activities.
- Kumbh Mela
- Pushkar Fair
- Jungle Safari
- Camel Safari
- Street Bazaar
- Ayurveda/Yoga
- Palace On Wheels
- Houseboat Cruise
- Traditional Mehndi
- Palaces & Havelis
- Snow Skiing in Auli
- Darjeeling Toy Train
- Trekking in Himalayas
- River Rafting on Ganges


Pushkar Fair – Largest Cattle Fair in the World

Camel Pushkar FairDon’t miss the gala charm of Puskhar Fair that will definitely take your breath out. Pushkar is a small village that has printed its image on the world map as it has developed into a venue for hosting the world largest camel trading fair. The annual Pushkar Fair is indeed a major attraction for the tourists visiting Rajasthan. On the eve of Kartik Purnima (Full Moon) thousands of people emerge to parade, race, trade and sell their prized dromedaries – ‘camels’ that have been painstakingly groomed and festooned for this grand occasion. You should visit Rajasthan during this time, when the weeklong Pushkar celebration is at its maximum, this lakeside village sees the rise in population from a mere 14,000 to a flock of 2,00,000. Also being an important pilgrim centre of Hindus and housing the only Bharama Temple in the world, Pushkar town sees a wave of pilgrimage during this fair which appears like a non stop carnival of acrobats, bazaars and cultural events under the blue sky. Even the shades of Rajasthani color seem to brighten up during Pushkar Festival. There are monkey trainers, magicians, hypnotists and snake charmers, who all vie for your attention. Pushkar festival is also known as the Camel fair, and thus you can see around 50,000 camel heads popping up at one go. You will not find these camels looking more beautiful than during the festival as for this occasion they have been carefully decorated and shaved. Pushkar festival is held in the month of November when the climate is at its best. This is the time when you will see a transformation of this small land into shopping paradise, as the endless rows of stalls are arrayed with ethnic items, exhibiting an entire range – from objects of art to daily utility stuff. Buy for the traditional Rajasthan handicrafts and lots of traditional design silver jewelry along with exclusive souvenirs for enchanting memories. The magic does not end here, evenings are full of cultural events and programs, be a part of tranquil and rhythmic tunes and enjoy the traditional Rajasthani folk music and dance with the rural folklore the core attraction not to be missed at any cost.

Camel Fair In Pushkar Mela

The Semantics of Merry at Pushkar
If you are interested in having a closer look of the rural Rajasthan, then Pushkar is your ideal choice, as it has the largest concentration of tribal population during this festival, the converge is in tens of thousands. Also enjoy a camel safari to the nearby hills and temples the added feather in your cap. Along with the fair you also get a chance to visit Ajmer Dargah - sharif – also considered as Mecca of the East.

Pushkar Mela is the place where the entire environs will become the feasts for your eyes. You cannot miss the races and competitions that are very well part of this gala event and where maverick participants are the – Camels. This is the most vibrant and exuberant fair, where animals and traders flood the city and the most important thing –you too can be the part of the grand trade deal, get one for you as pet. Also don’t forget to take a holy dip in the scared 'Sarover lake' that claims of bestowing salvation, besides enjoying other temples and heritage that too are the indispensable attraction of the Pushkar village.
Discover Holiday in India 'The Land of Cultural Influences'. In the North is the Mughal heritage while the backwaters and Ayurveda of the green Kerala and blue palm fringed beaches of Goa beautify the southern coast. India's legacy of rich past that has blended with grace in the novelty of the changing trends. Tourists also come to enjoy the benefits of health tourism and MICE tourism besides exploring the rural magic of traditional India.

Take a tour to discover ‘Holiday in India’, an experience must to have before you die. A stay that you will cherish for ages to come.

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