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Welcome to Hotel Mama Luna - A family run hotel in Pushkar. Here, you can experience a memorable stay in an authentic Indian style. The hotel has been carefully renovated to have the distinct decoration of past era amalgamated with modern amenities where you will feel a heritage richness.

The hotel is situated in Pushkar, the holy city. It is situated just 13 km from Railway Station, half km from Marwar Bus station and just within a walking distance from the world famous
Pushkar Fair Ground .Pushkar is a quaint little town, which time seems to have forgotten. The focus point is a lake surrounded on all sides by 52 ghats (wide steps leading to the waters edge). The town has over 400 temples of which the famous ones are the Brahma Temple, the Rangji Temple (with a decidedly South India flavor) and the Savitri Temple, built atop a hill. The other important temples are those dedicated to Mahadev, Badri Narayan, Gayatri and Varaha.

Pushkar is an enchanting small town located exactly on the edge of the desert and is situated just 11 kms from Ajmer, but separated from it by Nag Pahar, the Snake mountain. The town frequently visited by the devotees lies to the side of the small Pushkar Lake with its multitudes of bathing ghats and temples. Pushkar is a very important pilgrimage centre for the Hindus and is thronged by plethora of sadhus and devotees.

Pushkar is recognised in the country for its Camel Fair which takes place here each October/November. This huge assembly of camels, cattle, livestock traders, pilgrims, tourists and film-makers is one of the planet's most incredible events. Its an event that should not be missed.

Pushkar is a "City of Temples" , though not as much old but in number as generally claimed. The Brahma Temple is the most famous temple in the town and is said to be the only dedicated to Lord Brahma in India. A red spire marks the temple, and over the entrance gateway is the Hans (goose), the symbol of Brahma who is said to have personally chosen Pushkar as his place.

Temple of Savitri, the wife of Lord Brahma, is situated on a hill top and is another important temple here. It takes a one-hour trek to reach the temple which presents a beautiful view of Pushkar Lake in the morning. Other major places to visit in Pushkar are numerous ghats that run down the lake.