According to Hindu mythology, Lord Brahma (the Creator in the trinity of gods) wanted to perform a yagna (a holy ritual). To determine the most auspicious place, a swan was released into the air with a lotus flower in its beak. The bird dropped the flower in Pushkar, and Brahma performed the yagna at the Pushkar lake on Kartik Purnima (the full moon day in November), thus making it a sacred spot. Today, the village features the only Brahma temple in the world. India is famous for tirths (places of pilgrimage), and Pushkar heads the five most important tirths in the country, which is called tirthraj (the king of religious places). Legends also have it that the charm of this sleepy lakeside settlement so captivated the great Indian poet, Kalidas, that it found a place in his classic Abhigyan Sakuntalam.
Whether you are a newlywed couple, a group of friends, a family with small children, or even an old person, The Narayan Resort, Pushkar, is a flawless destination to spend your dream holidays. We offer several concessions for children under 5 years of age as well as wheelchair facilities for senior citizens.
The Narayan Resort offers a comfortable resort or camp in Pushkar for complete relaxation. The best resorts have separate bathrooms inside the resort with round-the-clock running water. Beds are also comfortable and provide you with a sound sleep, so you will get up in the morning with a tranquil mind. Birds chirping, along with other natural beauty, will rejuvenate you and fill you with eternal excitement and zeal for your next excursions. Clean towels, bed sheets, draperies, cushions, and toiletries will provide you with the ambience of your home. The staff is extremely professional, sweet-tempered, and benevolent, and they work hard to create an amiable atmosphere in order to provide you with all amenities.