Pushkar is a small holy town located nearby Ajmer city in Rajasthan. Every winter, Pushkar is host to one of the biggest camel fairs in the country. It is a perfect choice for a weekend retreat from Jaipur. Pushkar is situated among Aravali ranges. It is known for the world's only devoted Brahma temple. It is mainly a pilgrimage spot for Hindus. Although, the weather and celebrations in Pushkar stay blooming the whole year the best time to visit is between November and March. During this time, the weather is pleasing, and the desert is a whole lot approachable for those all-day-long safaris. However, depending on your likings, here’s a seasonal division of Pushkar’s climatic situations so that you can plan when to go:

November to March: (Winter Season)

The winter season in Pushkar is considered as a good time to visit. A large number of tourists and devotees take advantage of the fantastic weather to pay their respects to their favorite idols. The average temperature in Pushkar will range from 15 to 18 degrees Celsius and will not go below 5 degrees Celsius.

April to July: (Summer Season)

April to July are the months of the summer season in Pushkar. During this season days are hot and nights are cool. April to June have the highest temperature going up to 45°C. It is a must to carry sunscreen and an umbrella whenever you go out of your hotel.

August to October: (Monsoon Season)

August to October is the monsoon season in Pushkar. Though there is no heavy rainfall in Pushkar but it has its own magnetism. During this time you would see very fewer tourists visiting the town because it is also called off-season. The hotel rates are very less at this time.
Hence, from the above discussion, it is clear that the best season to visit Pushkar is winter season i.e. from November to March.

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