Situated in the small city of Puskar in the Ajmer district, under the state of Rajasthan, India, the Pushkar lake is one of the most popular pilgrim sites as well as the site of the world-famous Pushkar Fair.
Surrounded by numerous temples and ghats, the lake draws thousands and thousands of devotees every year to its threshold, to gain spiritual distinction and reach salvation by taking a dip into the holy water of this lake.
However, it is a major tourist destination in India. It attracts both Indian and foreign tourists equally. This lake is surrounded by 52 ghats (bathing spots) and more than 500 temples. This lake is regarded as a sacred lake for Hindu pilgrims. There are five sacred lakes collectively called Panch-Sarovar, named Mansarovar, Bindu Sarovar, Narayan Sarovar, Pampa Sarovar, and Pushkar Sarovar, according to Hindu theology. Pushkar Lake or Pushkar Sarover is the most significant lake among them.
This sacred lake is visited by a huge number of devotees every year from different parts of the world. Devotees come here to take a dip in the holy water of the lake.