Brahma Temple

  • Brahma Temple or Jagatpita brahma Temple is a famous and of course the only Hindu Temple in India dedicated to Lord Brahma - known as the creator of the universe. Situated in the beautiful city of Pushkar in Rajasthan on the bank of sacred Pushkar Lake, the temple is one of the very beautiful temples in India dedicated to Lord Brahma.

    The beautiful temple is believed to be two thousand years old mainly built of marble and stone stabs. It has a distinct red pinnacle and a bird motif. The beautiful temple sanctum sanctorum holds the central images of Brahma and his second consort Gayatri.

    Brahma temple in Pushkar is set on high plinth - approached through a number of marble steps leading to an entrance gate archway that is decorated with pillared canopies. The entry from the gate leads to a pillared canopies. The entry from the gate leads to a pillared outdoor hall or Mandapa and then the sanctum Sanctorum. Built of stone slabs and blocks, joined together with molten lead, the beautiful temple is sure to keep you enticed for the time to come.

    Best Time to Visit Brahma Temple
    From September to March are the best months to visit Brahma Temple in Pushkar. April is also comparatively good month to see Brahma Temple. Avoid June as the scorching weather may irritate you. Not forget to visit the temple on Karti Poornima in the month of Oct-Nov every year as a festival is dedicated to Lord Brahma is held when large number of pilgrims visits the temple. Taking a bath in the sacred lake is also good.
    How to Reach Brahma Temple?
    Pushkar is the main city well connected to Ajmer at the distance of around 10 km that can be covered by taxi, bus or Auto-Rickshaw.If you are travelling from Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Mumbai, Kolkata or anywhere else, then first of reaching Ajmer is an important decision to make.