A lake, which is believed to have been created by the creator
of the universe, Lord Brahma, can be seen at Pushkar. This
the only place in India, where you can visit a temple dedicated
to lord Brahma. Among tourists this place is famous for the
annual Pushkar fair, which is held here in November. This
fair is also a venue for animal trading.
Jodhpur is the second largest city of Rajasthan. Although
it lies on the edge of Thar Desert, it encompasses many beautiful
lakes, gardens and parks. The Umaid Bhavan Palace is one of
the best architectural examples with delicate windows and
colorful chambers. Other than this palace Jodhpur has a beautiful
cluster of many forts, palaces and temples.
This golden city lies near the western border of Rajasthan,
named after Prince Jaisal of 12th century. Tourists are attracted
towards its beautiful Jailsalmer Fort carved out of golden-yellow
sandstone. Patwon-Ki-Haveli is the impressive and grand mansion
of Jaisalmer, with beautifully carved balconies. Manu other
enchanting royal Havelis are also popular amongst tourists.