| Markandeya is an ancient rishi (sage) from the Hindu tradition, born in the clan of Bhrigu Rishi. He is celebrated as a devotee of both Shiva and Vishnu and is mentioned in a number of stories from the Puranas. Markandeya cave is 15 kilometres away from Pushkar. The ashram is located in Aravali mountain range near village khori. A monk supervises the ashram and Cave. Near the cave there are Mausoleum (samadhis) of some saints who did austerity.
| Ajaypal ji temple is located 10kms from Pushkar. The temple was founded in 11 century. The temple is surrounded on all sides by boulders of marble which makes the site amazingly beautiful. The drive to Ajaypal ji is one of the most scenic drives around Pushkar. It passes through the forest for initial 5kms which is replaced by sand dunes and then the valley surrounded by the hills. You can also spot and enjoy rural culture in between the way to Ajaypal temple. Aloo baba(Potato baba)-Aloo Baba is one of the famous places in Pushkar. The temple of aloo baba is 10km away from Pushkar. The temple is named after the name of a saint who has been consuming only potatoes for the last 45 years. The age of Aloo baba is 70 years. He supervises whole temple. The temple is covered with greenness and Aravali mountains from all four sides. You can enjoy amazing photography with panoramic views.
| The ashram and cave is dedicated to Sage Vishwamitra. Maharishi Vishwamitra did austerity (tapasya) here for a long time. Maharishi Vishwamitra is one of the most venerated sage of ancient India. The Cave is 2 kilometres far from Pushkar and situated in the middle of the Aravali mountains. There is no sure way to reach the ashram and it is made by natural stones on its own. Cacti and thorny bushes welcomes you in between the way. A monk supervises the ashram and Cave. Near the cave there are Mausoleum (samadhis) of some saints who did austerity .
| Vaidyanath is one of the four important Shivalingas guarding four directions. It is considered as the re-creation of one of the 12 jyotirlingas. It is located at a distance of 12 kms in north east of Pushkar. A very well contacted road reaches vaidyanath which stops by large Banyan tree. Temple has 5 reservoirs which overflows one into other. There are small rooms of monk ascetics around the temple. Vaidyanath temple is known for its beauty and camping.
| Lomas rishi ashram is one of the most magnificent place in Pushkar. The place is located 10 kilometres from Pushkar. A monk supervises the ashram and Cave. Near the cave there are Mausoleum (samadhis) of some saints who did austerity .The place is covered by forest and mountain from all sides.
| Agastya was a revered Vedic sage of Hinduism. In the Indian tradition, he is a noted recluse and an influential scholar in diverse languages of the Indian subcontinent. The cave is situated in the middle of the Aravali mountains and is about 2 kilometres from Centre of Pushkar. MUNi Agastya did austerity (tapasya) here for a long time. There are two carved feet on the stones. They are the symbols of Muni Agastya. Near the cave there are Mausoleum (samadhis) of some saints who did austerity .According to beliefs, whoever takes a bath there takes virtue.
| The Manibandh Shaktipeeth in Pushkar is said to be the place where the wrist of the Goddess is said to have fallen. It is located at Aravali hills .The temple is 3 km away from downtown. Manibandh shaktipeeth temple is the 27 shaktipeeth out of 51. There is a big mountain near the temple, that mountain is known as the Puruhuta mountain. There is a cave on the top of the mountain and inside cave there is temple of goddess.
| The literally meaning of the Gaumukh is mouth of a cow. Gaumukh temple is 3 kilometres away from downtown. The place is covered by tall trees and Aravali mountains. There is a cow's mouth here, from which water always keeps running and no one has found the source of that water till date. There are 2 ancient big temples of Neelkanth Mahadev and Bhima Devi. Near the Temples there are some Mausoleum of Saints who did austerity. Panchkund - When the five Pandavas were in exile, they came to Pushkar and took a rest and a bath. This place is known as Panchkund. Here you can see different pools of the five Pandavas.