PUC Certificate for Two Wheelers in Pushkar

PUC Certificate for two-wheelers in Pushkar I don’t know but yes, at National Highway 8 there is a centre where one can obtain an emission check certificate also known as Pollution Under Control (PUC) certificate for two/three/four-wheeler.

The centre is situated at Ganpati Market, University Tiraha, Bhunabhay, approx. one km before the RTO office, National Highway 8, Ajmer. Landmark: a bridge over NH8. PUC centre is nearby.

I visited said centre to obtain a PUC certificate for the motorcycle.

Meera Fort (Kudki) – Birth Place of Meera Bai

Recently I along with a few other motorbike riders visited Kudki – the birthplace of Meera Bai. We followed National Highway 89 from Pushkar till we reach Padu Kalan i.e., 38 km approx. drive from Pushkar. And then there are two turns – one is a right turn that goes to Merta City and a left turn that will take you to Kudki via Riya Badi. Riya Badi bus stand is approx. 11 km from Padu Kalan. Once you reach Riya Badi bus stand, take a right turn and drive another 16 km to reach Kudki but remember you have to ask a little for directions because you will pass through fields, Dhani (a very small village around fields).

While returning, we follow another road route. Close to the birthplace of Meera Bai and Neelkanth Mahadev Mandir, there is a small road. Follow the road to reach Pisangan. Once you reach Pisangan take the left turn for Pushkar driving via Picholia.

Kudki to Pisangan is approx. 16 km. Pisangan to Picholia 10 km. Picholia to Pushkar is 18 km approx.

Road condition of course National Highway 89 drive is better but passing through villages is what I like.

In short, the shortest road route from Pushkar to Kudki is via Picholia, Pisangan.

Meera fort renovation is currently in progress. Tourists are not allowed to enter but yes, after June they said you are welcome.

Pushkar to Kudki distance via National Highway 89 is 65 Kms approx.

Kudki to Pushkar via Pisangan distance is 44 kms approx.

Pushkar To Ajmer Inaugural Train

They say since childhood they are listening train will arrive in Pushkar and today 23.01.2012 the dream come true. Pushkar is having its own railway station. Train number 09604 Pushkar – Ajmer, 09603 Ajmer – Pushkar will run from 25.01.2012 five days a week except for Tuesday and Friday. It will leave Ajmer at 9:15 am will reach Pushkar at 10:40 morning hours and from Pushkar at 3:40 afternoon hours reach Ajmer at 5 evening hours with three stops at various railway stations.

All are happy as I can see people from all around and from Pushkar reach the station to watch the inaugural ceremony. I was happy too because I haven’t had to date seen the inaugural train ceremony since the day I was born. Dream come true.