At a glance :
State : Rajasthan (Pushkar Lake)
Rule : Photography is not allowed; and don't enter in the temple with shoes.
Fee for entry : Entry is free.
Temple dedicated to : Lord Brahma
Established in : 14th century
Reach there : Take a bus from Ajmer or local transport to reach Brahma.
History of Brahma Temple :
It is the only temple which is committed to Lord Brahma in India. Millions of pilgrims came to visit this temple every year. The temple is situated near the Pushkar Lake in Rajasthan. The temple was built in the 14th century, in Hinduism the Lord Brahma is known as a creator of this Universe. Among the trine Hindu Gods Lord Brahma is the one of them; the other being Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu. The place of Brahma is very high in Hindu culture; that's why Brahma temple is an important pilgrim place. Pushkar Lake is considered as a very holy place; about Pushkar lake there is believed that the lotus has been fallen from the hands of the Lord Brahma in this valley.
Architectural Creation :
This pilgrim temple is totally built of marble. The temple is attainable by a flight of marble. From long distance also you can identify this temple through its tall red peak. When you will enter in the temple first you will find the silver turtle, which is embossed on the floor in front of the sanctorum. In the vicinity of the turtle, a lot of silver coins are placed on the floor. The idol of Brahma is in seated position.
Places to see :
Pushkar fair :
In the month of Kartika, the eighth and the holiest lunar month of the Hindu calendar with Pushkar camel fair. Many peoples from near by villages come with their camel and cattle in this fair.
Pushkar is decorated by fifty two mesmerizing ghats. The water of lake is very religious; that's why many pilgrims specially take a holy dip in these.
Near Tourist Places :
From Pushkar Ajmer is very much close. Ajmer is one of the famous places in the Rajasthan. It is a religious place for Muslims.
Many people like to visit this place, because of its remarkable and magnificent Bani Tani paintings.