Next up is the Pushkar-Kshetra, which is situated in the city called Pushkar. In Pushkar, it is believed that Bhagawan Brahma resides here in all His divinity and Bhagawan Vishnu resides here in the form of Chyuta-Bhaga or Bhagawan in His own glory. It is also believed that Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Devi Parvati reside here when Lord Balaji is performing the Ashwamedha Yaaga.
In this place, I pray that you should strive to visit it very early in our life in any case. There are three small piras that lie on the Pushkar-Kshetra. One of these piras is where Parvati and Lord Balaji are believed to reside. The second is where Lord Shiva is believed to reside. The third is where Devi Parvati lives after the Ashwamedha Yaaga has been performed. Each of these piras is believed to give its respective spiritual benefits and it is extremely difficult to perform a yagna in the Pushkar-Kshetra because the place is huge and extremely heavy. It is extremely difficult to maintain the sanctity of the place.
The Pushkar-Kshetra gives power and knowledge and that is why people seek it. Whether its from India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, or from any other country, people go to the Pushkar-Kshetra because this is a place where one gets spiritual benefits. This Pushkar-Kshetra lies between the Vishnu Pushkara and Brahma Pushkara, which means, the Pushkara-Kshetra is about the level of all of these three, which should be understood by all of us in our life.
Thus, from the Pushkar-Kshetra are the following Kshetras that give spiritual benefits: Mukhya-Kshetra, Vipana-Kshetra, Vyayaana-Kshetra, Gaya-Kshetra, Gayatri-Kshetra, Nabhi-Kshetra, Rudra-Kshetra, Dhruva-Kshetra, Visham-Kshetra, Pushti-Kshetra, Amrita-Kshetra, Bhava-Kshetra, and Yogishe-Kshetra.