Moments from the Pushkar Camel Fair!

100 posts!!! (It still seems like a started this blog yesterday)

In continuation from my previous post, The Pushkar Camel fair is back, I have shared a few more images of Pushkar. The first one is of the Brahma Temple, which seemed it was on fire in the evening light. Seeing the temple in that light was as close to moksha! The next image is of two camels who are being traded at the Fair. You can see a group of people who are negotiating a price. The third image shows a man enjoying a cup of tea in the morning. This was taken on my first visit to Pushkar and this gentleman was sitting in a small alley off the main Market and the light fell on him perfectly.

Giant wheels in the mela grounds (image 4). Seeing the Ferris wheels at night is quite a treat as one can only see green lights in motion! In this picture, the rides are awaiting to be filled up! The next image is of a man who works with the Ferris Wheel contractor. These men keep moving on the inner rims of the wheel, while it’s in motion! The next image shows a woman enjoying the fair though her child has other thoughts! Last but not the least, a view from my hotel. This gentleman took his daily afternoon nap post lunch.

The Brahma Temple in Pushkar

The Brahma Temple in Pushkar

Negotiations at the Camel Fair

Negotiations at the Camel Fair

A good cup of tea in the morning

A good cup of tea in the morning

Lights in the sky!

Lights in the sky!

Daredevil!

Daredevil!

Population Explosion

Population Explosion

Siesta TIme!

Siesta TIme!

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