Brahma temple pushkar Rajasthan

The Brahma Temple in Pushkar is a rare religious place dedicated to the lord of Lord Brahma’s creation. The reason behind this being rare is that this temple is one of the very few existing temples of Lord Brahma in India. This Hindu temple, famously known as Jagatpita Brahma Temple, is in Pushkar town of Rajasthan.

The construction day of this temple is of the 14th century. However, Indian mythology holds that the origin of this temple was in history 2000 years ago. Located close to the Holy Pushkar Lake, the temple is a very prominent tourist attraction; With a large herd of tourists, especially on the auspicious occasion of Kartik Purnima.

Brahma temple pushkar
Brahma temple pushkar


According to the Holy Book of Hinduism; Padma Purana, Lord Brahma once came to the monster named Vajranabh, killing people and torturing them. Seeing this kind of atrocity, God killed the monster with a lotus flower (his special weapon). While doing so, some petals of lotus flowers fell to three places on the ground. As a result, three holy lakes were created, which are today known as the Senior Pushkar, Central Pushkar, and Kanishka Pushkar.

Later, when God made his journey to the earth, he started preparing for a Yajna (fire sacrifice) in the Jyothi Pushkar Lake. In order to perform immovable sacrifices by the demons, Lord Brahma made a series of hills around. However, his wife Savitri was not available for Yajna, which was disruptive to the proceedings.

On this, Lord Brahma requested Lord Indra to send him a suitable union to fulfill the sacrifice. When the daughter of a Gujjar, whose name was Gayatri, was finally sent to take a seat in front of Brahma as his wife, then Savitri came. Feeling excited, he cursed Brahma that God would never worship anybody. Later, he allowed his worship in Pushkar itself. It considered Brahma Temple in Pushkar as the most prominent place for worship of God.

The architecture of the temple

The famous Brahma temple in Pushkar is a completely marble structure and the temple is a Southern-style of temple architecture. Built on a raised platform, the temple’s entrance which is decorated of pillared canopies has to be reached through marble steps.

After creating the entrance, the stained outdoor hall is also known as the Pavilion. The sanctum (sanctum sanctorum) is located in front of the pavilion. In the central position of the sanctuary, the statue of Lord Brahma is situated in a cross-legged position. The interior of the Pushkar Brahma temple has pictures of Lord (Vishnu), Sticking Garud (Chila Man) and Dwarpal (concierge) of protection

From outside, the structure shows a red peak (Shikara) on the temple’s mountain. Simultaneously, it is a symbol of a hamster (swan or swan) to add to the beauty of its outsiders.

How to Reach Pushkar
Pushkar has located 14 km from Ajmer city in Rajasthan state. To reach this pilgrimage town, someone can choose the following option:

By Air: Pushkar does not own airspace. Thus, if you prefer to fly, then the Sanganer airport in Jaipur will be the closest stop for you. The airport is very well connected to the major cities of India like New Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. Jaipur city is 142 km away from Pushkar, which can be covered by bus or rented taxi/taxi.

By Rail: The best option to reach Pushkar is rail travel. Pushkar does not have a railway station. However, Ajmer, which is only 15 km away from Pushkar, has a railway connection. Amer railway station operates regular trains from major cities of Rajasthan and India.

By Road: If you travel by road, then the main roadways leading to Rajasthan and the National Highway should be your best deal. Pushkar has a good network of roads connected to Delhi, Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Bikaner.

Best time to visit
To experience the ultimate devotion to Lord Brahma, determine your journey of Pushkar between October and November. During this month, the night of Kartik Purnima (according to the Hindu calendar, the night of the full moon of Kartik’s moon month), a religious festival is held in honor of God. In such religious places, thousands of devotees bathe in holy lake of Pushkar. Many other sacraments in the Brahma temple also become part of the religious festival.

The Kartik Purnima festival marks the beginning of the world famous Pushkar camel fair.

Temple timings:

  • 06:30 am to 08:30 pm (winters)
  • 06:00 am to 09:00 pm (summers)
  • Sandhya Aarti(40 minutes after sunset)
  • Ratri Shayan Aarti (5 hours after sunset)
  • Mangala Aarti (2 hours before sunrise)

Other places to visit in the vicinity

  • Varah temple
  • Savitri temple
  • Ramavaikunth temple
  • Mahadeva temple
  • Rangji temple
  • Nag (Yajna) hill
  • Mahadeva temple
  • Atpateshwar temple

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