Dedicated to Lord Brahma, the Brahma temple in Pushkar is the only of its kind in India. Being the only temple of Lord Brahma in the country, the divine place holds a great amount of significance. It is situated near the holy Pushkar lake in Rajasthan.
Construction of the renowned Brahma temple in Pushkar started long time back in the 14th century. Being given a North Indian temple design with the whole structure in marble, the temple looks quite captivating. The temple stands on a high podium and is ornamented by an image of Hans and a red spire at the entrance. Right pass the entrance, one would be likely to get fascinated by the silver studded inner walls of the temple.
The center of attraction in the temple is the main shrine, which houses the life size idol of Lord Brahma. Idols of Goddess Savitri and Gayatri can also be seen on the sides of Lord Brahma’s statue. Besides worshipping Lord Brahma, pilgrims can also seek blessings of Lord Shiva. Right across the main shrine, there lies a way to the temple of Lord Shiva, which is built in a small cave.