Pushkar Fair After Shekawati Region Experience the Cattle Fair
- Mughal Majesty & Rickshaw Ride
- Forts and Palaces
- Cattle Fair
|Title||Pushkar Fair After Shekawati Region Experience the Cattle Fair|
|Details||Delhi – Mandawa – Bikaner – Jaisalmer – Jodhpur – Ranakpur – Udaipur – Pushkar – Delhi|
|Duration||12 Nights / 13 Days|
If your tour is organized in February then it is the best time to visit Shekhawati. In this trip you can enjoy the Shekhawati festival which takes place in February. The aim of this festival is to attract tourists around the globe just to make them aware of this region and their culture. This festival is jointly organized by the State tourism Department along with District Administration of the different cities. Some of the main highlights of Shekhawati festivals are Eco tourism, Organic Lunch, and Heritage Conservation. You can also experience the Pushkar fairs and festivals which provides you a unique experience.
Ful day to enjoy the large cattle fair in the great dune of Pushkar and trading takes place of camels, horses, cows, goats and sheep. This colourful even is known as the PUSHKAR FAIR– which attracts many Sahdus, farmers, Indian pilgrims and guests from all over the World
Some of them which could cherish your mind with the beauty of places are Red fort, India Gate, Jama Masjid. Enjoy a rickshaw ride through Old Delhi – a truly memorable experience. A visit to Qutab Minar, the tallest stone tower in India
In the heart of the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan lies the beautiful small town Mandawa, known throughout the state for its forts and havelis and famous for its painted mansions (havelis) The Shekhawati region also gives you a glimpse of is a semi-desert area.
Explore / walk around the town to explore the various attractions.Situated in the middle of the town, the Mandawa Fort has been converted into a heritage hotel.
The route gives you some more experience of desert landscapes. In 1488 the city was founded on the edge of the Thar Desert. Visit the massive Junagarh Fort built in the 16th Century, Drive to Karni Devi Temple in Deshnoke. Thousands of rats are spoiled here by the faithful with candy and cereal.
Drive through the middle of the desert of Thar. The Thar Desert route to Jaisalmer. Jaislamer is built on a mountain and also surrounded with high walls which protected the city from all the assaults of the gone centuries.
Day to explore the city. The most impressiveis the Patwonki-Haveli which is an interesting piece of Architecture and is the most important among the havelis in Jaisalmer.
Explore Jodhpur at your own pace. There are several tourist attractions here to visit one of them is the magnificent Meherangarh Fort from where you will have a great view of the blue houses, painted to distinguish them as those of Brahmins.
In the morning proceed to Ranakpur via Narlai. It is surrounded by Aravalli hills; It is situated in an ancient dwelling, at the foot of a hill, dotted with caves and temples. It is a village in Desuri tehsil of Pali district. Jeep Safari into nearby Forests where Deer, Leopards and Chitals can be spotted.
On the way a brief stop to visit the stunning 15th Century Jain Temple at Ranakpur and its Jain Temples of Adinath. After the visit continue your drive through the awesome landscape of the Mewar’s small hills. Udaipur is a beautiful land around the azure water lake, surrounded by the lush hills of Aravalli. Situated on the east side of Lake Pichola
Wander through the narrow streets of the old town and visit the markets to experience the traditional culture and beauty of India. Here you can find myriads of handicrafts with heart touching beauty.
We spend the morning visiting the City Palace and Jagdish Temple, with a huge black stone image of Jagannath, an aspect of Lord Vishnu. If time allows it may be possible to visit the gardens of Gulab Bag. Enjoy a boat ride on Lake Picchola and experience the true beauty of this "City of Lakes
Each fall under the Kartik moon (fullmoon) it is the site of the greatest Hindu pilgrimage on Earth. Perhaps, as many as 2 million devout Hindus gather at Pushkar to bathe in the Lake and absolve themselves of sin. Here at dawn, Hindus prepare for a holy dip in the lake.
Full day to enjoy the large cattle fair in the great dune of Pushkar and trading takes place of camels, horses, cows, goats and sheep. This colourful even is known as the PUSHKAR FAIR –which attracts many Sahdus, farmers, Indian pilgrims and guests from all over the World
In time transfer to Ajmer. If you wish visit Ajmer Mosque and board your train back to Delhi. On arrival check in your hotel for overnight stay.
Transfer to the International Airport to connect your flight for home / onward journey.
EXTENSION TO JAIPUR AND AGRA AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
03 NIGHTS / 04 DAYS "
DAY 12 PUSHKAR TO JAIPUR
DAY 13 IN JAIPUR
DAY 14 JAIPUR TO AGRA
DAY 15 AGRA – DELHI – DEPARTURE