1. Temple of Brahma
Jagatpita Brahma Temple is one of the largest and most famous temples in Pushkar. It is also the only temple dedicated to Lord Brahma or the God of creation. Be sure to include this temple in the list of places you should visit to Pushkar. It is said that the temple was built in the 14th century AD, and was later renovated. The red wall marks the temple, and at the door is a mountain of hammock. The floor and walls of the temple are marked with paintings made for the dead. For a special experience, we recommend you visit the temple during a special prayer.
2. Temple of Savitri Mata
The temple of Savitri Mata is a famous shrine of Pushkar, a Hindu temple dedicated to Goddess Savitra. The deity in the temple is Brahma, Goddess Savitri and Goddess Gayatri, both are Brahma. Savitri Mata is a trip to the temple, so it is easy to reach the top. Some people who want to travel far can climb the temple on Ratnagiri hill. From the temple you can enjoy the beautiful view of the lake and the sky of Pushkar.
3. Gayatri Temple
Gayatri Temple Pap Mochani Temple is one of Pushkar’s most renowned sites. Dedicated to Goddess Gayatri who believes that she forgives and protects all human sins. The temple is built in the style of Rajasthan design. Every day hundreds of devotees come to the temple with deep prayers and offer prayers and pay homage to Goddess Gayatri. The hill near the temple is often used by people who like to go to the mountain.
4. Old Rangji Temple
Located in the Chatti Basti near Pushkar Lake, the Rangji Temple is a fine example of Indian architecture. The walls of the temple were decorated with statues of Hindu deities and people. The temple is dedicated to Lord Ranga, the body of Lord Vishnu. The temple also has small walls with ornamental inscriptions around it. There is also a pillar in the temple building. Don’t forget to include this temple in the list of best places to visit in Pushkar!
5. Temple of Varaha
The Varaha temple is a public attraction as it is close to the Pushkar bus station. It is one of the largest and important temples in Pushkar. Inside the temple you can find the idol of Varaha, the third person of Lord Vishnu. The temple is also known for its beautiful architecture and devotion to Varaha. The temple is believed to have been built in the 12th century, and was demolished by the Moguls and built in the 18th century.
6. Gurudwara Singh Sabha
Gurudwara Singh Sabha is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Pushkar and it is an important religious place for the people of Sika. This Gurudwara is one of the best in Pushkar. Legend has it that two important teachers of the Sikh community, Gugu Gobind Singh and Gugu Nanak Dev, rest here on the way to Pushkar. You will have to cover your head when visiting the area of the gurudwara. They provide scarf or cloth to cover your head without any expense. In the gurudwara you can hear the prayer songs sung by the members of the community. On Sundays, they have a langur (free kitchen), where they serve delicious food to visitors of all gurdwaras.
7. Naya Rangji Temple
Located on the east side of Pushkar Lake, Naya Rangji Temple is an ideal place to worship the local people. The top of the temple has idols of several Hindu deities. The best time to visit the temple is during the night prayer, which is usually held at night.
8. Mahadev Temple
Mahadev Temple is definitely one of the most beautiful places to visit in Pushkar that you will not miss. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Mahadev Temple is one of the many historical temples located in Pushkar. It is the most visited temple in Pushkar. Built in the 19th century, the Mahadev Temple has an idol of Lord Shiva made of marble in 5 faces, a rare item that can be found in other Shiva temples. The temple is also attractive for art and architecture and is a must visit for all Shiva tourists and worshipers.