Pushkar Sarovar is within the city of Pushkar in Ajmer is Famous As Pushkar Lake. It Is a sacred lake of the Hindus. The Hindu scriptures describe it as “Tirtha-Raj” the king of journey sites. It Is relating to a water-body and relate it to the mythology of the creator-god Brahma. Whose most outstanding temple stands in Pushkar. The Pushkar Lake finds mention on coins as early because the fourth century B.C..
Pushkar Lake Has fifty two bathing ghats (a series of steps resulting in the lake). Wherever pilgrims throng in giant numbers to require a sacred tub, particularly around Karttika Poornima. Once the Pushkar honest is control. A dip within the sacred lake is to cleanse sins and cure skin diseases. Over five hundred Hindu temples ar located round the lake precincts. Tourism and deforestation within the surroundings have taken a significant toll on the lake. Adversely moving its water quality, reducing the water levels and destroying the fish population. As a part of conservation measures, the govt is endeavor de-silting, de-weeding. The water treatment, and conversion similarly as mass awareness programme.
Pushkar Lake around that the Pushkar city has the Aravalli vary of hills. The range of mountains called Nag Parbat separates the lake from town of Ajmer. The natural depression is between the 2 parallel varys of the Aravalli hills (in elevation range of 650–856 metres (2,133–2,808 ft) running south-west to north-east. This Is at fourteen kilometres (8.7 mi) northwest from Ajmer. However the synthetic Pushkar Lake by building a dam is enclosed by deserts and hills on all 3 sides. The lake is categorised as a “Sacred Lake” beneath the list of “Classification of Lakes in India”. Every Year There Is 5 Days Festival Famous As Camel Fair Pushkar.