This one is a pot pourri of colours during festive seasons and is especially known for its camel fair that happens once in a year. If you love visiting cultural sites, you must experience this one. This year, the festival will take place between October 23rd and November 4th, concluding on Kartik Poornima. Pushkar is also famous for the most prominent Brahma temple in the country. The temple is believed to have been built 2000 years ago, out of marble and stone slabs.
This place gives a peek into the Thar Desert, the pride of Rajasthan. Sam Sand Dunes are what most tourists visit when in Jaisalmer. Tents are pitched in the desert and groups set up bonfires, around which is hosted cultural dancing and singing through the night during winters. All this, combined with perfect barbeques can leave a lasting memory of Jaisalmer. But there aren’t just sand dunes to be experienced, there is also the intricately carved Sonar Qila or the Golden Fort that can take your breath away. When here, peep into the badabagh or big garden which was built to conduct cremations of the royalty. This garden offers some picturesque views of sunsets.