The Savitri Temple was built in 1687, on the top of the Ratnagiri Hill and is dedicated to the desolated wife of Lord Brahma, Savitri. It is believed that goddess rested upon this hill on her arrival to Pushkar. She refused to join her husband, Lord Brahma, in his worship as he had already married a local girl, Gayatri. The temple has its route through hills, and it takes about an hour to reach the temple. It is located on the hill, behind the Bramha Temple. It provides a magnificent view of the lake and its surrounding picturesque villages.