The brahma temple is one of the holy palace of pushkar located at the bank of pushkar lake. Where we don't need any ticket, but we need to go through security scanner. Cameras are not allowed inside the temple.
History of Pushkar Brahma Temple
According to the Padma Purana, the story behind Pushkar temple is that Lord Brahma was in search of a suitable place to perform a yajna when the lotus he was holding fell from is hand and landed on the Earth. Miraculously a lake sprang up at the place where the Lotus touched the earth and Brahma considering it a good omen decided to perform his yagna and named the town as a flower in Hindi is ‘push’ and hand is ‘kar’, therefore the land was named Pushkar. But when his wife Saraswati failed to join him, he married a local maiden Gayatri and completed the ceremony, on getting to know about this, an enraged Saraswati cursed Brahma that from this day forth he would be worshiped only in the land of Pushkar and nowhere else on Earth.
How to Reach Brahma Temple?
Pushkar temple is located at 10 km from Ajmer city. Ajmer is well connected by road and rail. The nearest airport is Jaipur(131 km). Jaipur is 391 km from Delhi.
Brahma Temple Pushkar Timings?
The temple is open for worship between 6:30 am and 8:30 pm during winter and 6:00 am to 9:00 pm during summer, with an interval in afternoon between 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm when the temple is closed. Three aartis are held in the temple: Sandhya arati in the evening about 40 minutes after sunset, Ratri Shayan arati about 5 hours past sunset and Mangala arati in the morning, about 2 hours before sunrise.