One of the few temples dedicated to Varaha, a reincarnation of lord vishnu it is situated near the main market of pushkar. It is a very small temple and can be visited till 8-9 pm at night. There is a series of steps before the gateway just in front of the temple.
It's an odd temple. It's peaceful, but I wouldn't say it's particularly beautiful or even all that interesting, which surprised me as temples dedicated to Varaha are certainly rare. It wasn't as well maintained as many other temples in the area.
After reading the reviews here about this temple, unknowingly I reached near this temple while visiting the shiva temple nearby.But nothing amazing to see there as one temple of Barah in Khajuraho is more beautiful than this temple.The statue of lord Barah, though a small one but looks beautiful.You have to climb 10-20 stairs to reach the temple.
It is a very old temple that is not located directly on the lake. This makes it less visited and very peaceful. You can enjoy it without being hassled. A very unique avatar of Lord Vishnu.
A temple for hinduism the best and perfectly maintained and the wall were speak eveything about the temple. It is on the way to next ajmer so we had enough time to visit and was good.
The Temple was so old and so beautiful evening time culture activity is very nice. its is very approachable to Pushkar Local market priest and people who work in temple they are very helpful.
Another temple in the area which is fantastic to enjoy the general energy of Pushkar. It's really vibrant and a great place to soak up the culture.
Varaha Temple is dedicated to Varaha- 3rd incarnation of Lord Vishnu and having a big idol of Varaha in temple. The temple was built by King Anaji Chauhan and was desroyed by Emeror Aurngzeb in 1727 and reconstructed by Raja Savai Mansinh of Jaipur. A nice tmple.