HosteLaVie Pushkar


HosteLaVie Pushkar

price from ₹199 /person

Pushkar has a magnetism all of its own – it’s quite unlike anywhere else in Rajasthan. It’s a prominent Hindu pilgrimage town and devout Hindus should visit at least once in their lifetime. The town curls around a holy lake, said to have appeared when Brahma dropped a lotus flower. It also has one of the world’s few Brahma temples. With 52 bathing ghats and 400 milky-blue temples, the town often hums with puja (prayers), generating an episodic soundtrack of chanting, drums and gongs, and devotional songs.

The result is a muddle of religious and tourist scenes. The main street is one long bazaar, selling anything to tickle a traveller’s fancy, from hippy-chic tie-dye to didgeridoos.

HosteLaViePushkar is the town's coolest backpacker hostel where you can chill, watch the sunset from our cafe & gang up with others to explore Pushkar.

A city in Rajasthan with its own charm, Pushkar offers a unique chance to every traveller to visit the world’s only temple of the Hindu Lord Brahma. The holy city, filled with a plethora of temples, has a lot more to offer though. The religious and mystic allure of the town is broken by modern cafes all around the little town. And of course, there is the legendary Pushkar Fair, which is held every year in the month of November. During the fair, the town is buzzing with photographers and cultural enthusiasts from all over the world - a spectacle like no other!

Having travelled around the world, we know how a hostel should be!

We have dorms where every bed has a reading light and a charging point, as well as private rooms with stylized bathrooms and LCD TVs. There are also individual lockers for each bed; bring your own padlock or buy one at the reception. Newly refurbished and conveniently located, here you’ll find a cozy home after a long day of exploring the city.

HosteLaVie provides luggage storage, free Wi-Fi and the best coffee in town! Oh yes, we have our own brand of brewing coffee named after our Hostel as “Coffavie”. There is also a wholesome continental breakfast available every day. As for meals we have amazing authentic RajasthaniThalis on menu to get those taste buds of your working some magic. Our garden restaurant café has the most amazing view of the lake and mountains and definitely makes glad for choosing us during your stay.

Meeting other fellow travellers & making memories is very easy at this hostel. Stay at HosteLaVie and you’ll experience a fun friendly atmosphere – perfect for making friends to explore the city with.

We’re open 24hrs just in case you wish to drop in at 4AM. Just call us, and we’ll come pick you up as we also provide Airport transfers! You can use the store room to store your belongings if you have checked out and need to drop the luggage for a while. We believe in not asking anything in exchange apart from a wide smile. From stunning sunsets to appetizing street food to the nicest locals, Pushkar is guaranteed to impress and refresh your soul.

Frequently asked questions

How to Reach PUSHKAR

By Air
Sanganer Airport, in Jaipur, is the nearest airport connecting Pushkar to the rest of India and abroad. Located at a distance of 146 km from Pushkar, this airport is well-connected to the major cities of India including Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Indore, Jodhpur and Udaipur.

By Road
Pushkar is easily connected to the major roadways and national highways of Rajasthan and India. The Marwar bus stand is situated in the north of Pushkar and is linked to long distance places, like Delhi, Jodhpur and Bikaner. The other stand is Ajmer bus stand, at a distance of 11 km in the east of Pushkar. Regular buses ply from Pushkar to Ajmer, Jaipur, Indore and Nagda every 15 minutes.

By Train
Ajmer is the closest railway station from Pushkar at a distance of just 11 km. Being an important destination itself, Ajmer is conveniently connected with the major cities of Rajasthan and India. Pink City Express and Shatabdi Express are the best trains to opt for while traveling to Ajmer from Delhi and Jaipur.

What all I can do in PUSHKAR

Our friendly and well informed staff is always there to help you with anything you need to know about the city or how to reach some of the best places & city experiences to check off your list of must see & do things when in Pushkar.

According to Hindu scriptures, the sacred Pushkar Lake is described as ‘Tirtha Raj’, the king of all pilgrimage sites. No pilgrimage is considered to be complete without a dip in in the holy Pushkar Lake. Semi-circular in shape and about 8-10 metres deep, Pushkar Lake is surrounded by 52 bathing ghats and over 400 temples and is truly a magnificent sight to behold.

Nestled in the picturesque Pushkar valley beyond the Nangaparvat and Anasagar Lake, the Brahma temple holds a special place in the hearts of Indians. It is the only temple in the world dedicated to Lord Brahma. Built with marble and decorated with silver coins, this temple can be identified by its red spire and the image of a swan (considered sacred to Lord Brahma). The chaturmukhi (four faced) idol of Lord Brahma is housed in the inner sanctum. A marble statue of the sun god stands sentinel at the temple. Interestingly, while all the gods are shown bare footed, Surya is shown wearing ancient warrior’s boots.

Gurudwara Singh Sabha, situated in the eastern part of Pushkar, was built in the beginning of the 19th century to commemorate the visits of the first and the tenth gurus- Guru Nanak Dev and Guru GovindSinghji.

Varaha temple is the largest and the most ancient temple of Pushkar. Constructed by the 12th century ruler, King Anaji Chauhan, this temple is dedicated to the third incarnation of Lord Vishnu as a wild boar. Legend has it that Varaha rescued the earth from depth of the primeval water, where it was dragged down by a demon (Hirnayaksh). It is one of the most visited temples in Pushkar.

Dedicated to Lord Brahma's first wife, Goddess Savitri, this temple is situated on a hillock right behind the Brahma temple. While climbing the long series of steps leading to the temple, one can catch a panoramic view of the lake, surrounding temples and sand dunes. The presence of the only Brahma Temple in Pushkar is the outcome of Savitri’s curse to Brahma for marrying another Goddess, Gayatri, while starting his yagna in Pushkar.

This beautiful 12th century temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and has an underground component. The intricate Hemadpanti architectural style carvings give this temple a magnificent appearance. Thousands of devotees flock here to pay their respects during the auspicious time of Shivaratri, when Lord Shiva is ritually respected.

Where to eat in PUSHKARR

Pushkar - the land of culture, spirituality and heritage offers a great time to food loving people as one can taste various varieties of vegetarian food. Sampling all the delicious Rajasthani dishes along with the traditional Indian street food will stimulate the taste buds of every individual. Being a very famous Hindu pilgrimage destination drinking alcohol and eating non-veg food is strictly prohibited, but one can taste all other delicacies. The food is served with a royal reception in a very comfortable environment every traveler can enjoy the lip smacking Rajput dishes and the RajasthaniThali. Pushkar offers all types of cuisines, particularly one can enjoy the most tasty dishes of the Rajasthan in various hotels. Raju Terrace Garden Restaurant, Pushkar Restaurant, Sunset Café, Honey & Spice are a few places which present food in a very pleasing manner. Another interesting fact about Pushkar is that one gets a chance to taste innumerable dishes made in traditional style using all local ingredients during the time of the fairs and festivals. The stalls around the fairgrounds offer the chat food, snacks and many more interesting items. Foodies can enjoy the attractive charm of the bustling city and the lakeside by tasting the excellent local and street food.



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