SAVITRI TEMPLE: Temple of Lord Brahma’s first wife. It is located on the hill behind the Brahma Temple and one has to climb a long series of steps to reach the point. It gives a beautiful panoramic view of the lake, and the surrounding and sand dunes villages.
MAN MAHAL: Raja Man Singh I of Amer built this royal house-the largest in Pushkar located on the east of the sacred Sarovar Lake in Pushkar. It affords a clear view of the banks and temples located around the lake. It was built as a royal guest house for Raja Man Singh I for his trips to the holy town. This traditional guesthouse has now been converted into a hotel.
OLD RANGJI TEMPLE: Lord Rangji is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Seth Puranmal Genitival of Hyderabad built this temple in 1823. This temple is unique due to the confluence of South Indian (Dravid), Rajput and Mughal styles of architecture.
TEMPLE OF RANGJI OR SHRI VAIKUNTHNATH: This temple is very conspicuous because of its South Indian style of architecture. It has a high rising `Gopuram’ typical of Southern India. Pushkar has more than 400 temples. Baiji ka Mandir and Man Mandir are considered important temples, among these.
WRAH TEMPLE: This temple houses an image of Lord Vishnu in the incarnation of a wild boar. The temple of Lord Brahma and Warah are considered of equal religious importance. This ancient temple is believed to have been constructed by the Chauhan King Anaji (1123-1150 AD), and was renovates by Gokul Chand Parikh, a scindia Minister, in 1806 AD. Mythological a very important temple, it is believed that Lord Vishnu descended on earth in the form of Warah (wild boar) to kill the demon Hiranyakashyap and liberate the land from his atrocities. After the Ajmer victory, Muhammad Ghori destroyed the temple.
ATMATESHWAR MAHADEO TEMPLE: Another important temple of the town, this 12th century temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.