World famous brahma temple

World famous brahma temple

Brahma Temple

This Hindu temple, popularly known as Jagatpita Brahma Temple, is in Pushkar city of Rajasthan. The Brahma Temple at Pushkar is a rare religious site dedicated to the master of Lord Brahma's creation. The reason for its rarity is that this temple is one of the few existing temples of Lord Brahma in India.

This temple was built in the 14th century. However, Indian mythology holds that the temple had its origins in the history of 2000 years ago. Located close to the sacred Pushkar Lake, the temple is a very prominent tourist attraction; Especially on the auspicious occasion of Kartik Purnima with a 
large crowd of tourists

History of brahma temple

Lord Brahma once came to a demon named Vajranabha, killing people and torturing them. Seeing such tyranny, God killed the demon "with his special weapon" with a lotus flower. While doing so, some petals of lotus flowers fell at three places on the ground. As a result, three sacred lakes were created, which are today known as senior Pushkar, Madhya Pushkar and Kanishka Pushkar.
When the Lord traveled to the earth, he started preparing for a yagna at the senior Pushkar Lake. To make immovable sacrifices by the demons, Lord Brahma built a series of hills around. However, his wife Savitri was not available for the yajna, which was disruptive to the proceedings.
Lord Brahma requested Lord Indra to send a suitable union to fulfill the sacrifice. When a Gurjar's daughter, named Gayatri, was eventually sent to take a seat in front of Brahma as his wife, Savitri came. Encouraged, he cursed Brahma that God would never worship anyone. Later, he allowed her 
worship at Pushkar itself.

How to reach Pushkar

By air:

Pushkar does not have an airfield. If you prefer to travel by air, then Kishangarh Airport will be the closest stop for you. The airport is very well connected to major cities of India such as New Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. The city of Kishangarh is about 50 km from Pushkar, which can be covered by bus / taxi.

by Rail:

Pushkar can also be reached by rail. But a large railway station in Pushkar is Ajmer Junction. And Pushkar is just 15 km from Ajmer.

by the road:

If you travel by road, then the main roadways leading to Rajasthan and National Highway should be the best deal for you.

Temple Time:

Winter: - 06:30 AM to 0:30 AM
Summer: 06:00 AM to 9:00 AM
Evening Aarti: - 40 minutes after sunset
Night Aarti: - 5 hours after sunset)
Mangla Aarti: - 2 hours before sunrise

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