Brahma Temple

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    Location: Under narsingh temple, Pushkar, Rajasthan 305022, India

    Estimated Visiting Time: 2 hours (typically)

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    Situated in the holy city of Pushkar under the state of Rajasthan, India Brahma temple is a Hindu religious site. This temple is dedicated to Lord Brahma. This also features the worship of Gayatri Devi, and the worship is supervised by ascetic saints. 

    This temple has excellent architecture, including a remarkable pinnacle in red and a bird which is a symbol of ancient mythology and womanhood. According to legends, it is said that Lord Brahma subsided a demon that tormented hapless mortals. 

    This lake is situated near the famous Pushkar lake, which is a holy lake. Every year a bunch of people comes to visit this place. There are many other temples near the Brahma temple.


    Brahma Temple photo

    Brahma temple is an ancient temple that has a long history. It is a spiritual place. Like other spiritual places, it will heal you from the inside and give you positive energy. Visiting this place can give you mental peace. The architecture of this temple is so unique. It is situated near the famous Pushkar lake. You can have a walk around the holy lake. It will be a wonderful experience for you. You can spend a good time here with your family and friends.


    View of wall art of Hindu god Brahma. Brahma, the four-headed lord, sits on a lotus flower. Religious image on the temple in India.

    There are many historical and famous temples situated in the city of Pushkar. Brahma temple is one of them. Thus the ancient temple was destroyed in the Mughal era by the Muslim rulers. However, it was ru-built later. 

    The present structure of this temple goes back to the 14th century while the actual temple was believed to be built 2000 years back. It has gone through many renovations. This temple was majorly rebuilt by Hindu philosopher Adi Shankara in the 8th century and later by Maharaja Jawat Rai.

    Inside/Outside Views

    The marvelous Brahma temple is an excellent example of the Rajasthani style of architecture. It is an attractive tourist destination in the state. Situated on a high plinth the temple has many stairs to reach here. These stairs will take you to the entrance gate of the temple decorated with pillared canopies. 

    This gate leads to the outdoor Mandapa (hall) and then the Sanctum Sanctorum where the idol of Lord Brahma is situated. The idol is fitted with four faces, and four hands that hold- a lotus, Khus,  grass, and Kamandulu and books in each hand. The Idol of Lord Brahma was defined by Adi Shankara in 718 AD in garbhagriha.

    Opening Hours

    1. Saturday 6 AM–8 PM
    2. Sunday 6 AM–8 PM
    3. Monday 6 AM–8 PM
    4. Tuesday 6 AM–8 PM
    5. Wednesday 6 AM–8 PM
    6. Thursday 6 AM–8 PM
    7. Friday 6 AM–8 PM

    Entry & Others Fees

    Entry is free in this temple. Not only for Indians but also for foreigners.

    How to Reach

    By air: The nearest airport to Brahma temple is the Kishangarh Airport. It is situated at a distance of 41 km from the temple. This airport has a good connection with other cities in India. Local transports are easily available at the airport which can take you to the Brahma temple.

    By train: The nearest railway station to Brahma temple is the Ajmer railway junction. It is situated at a distance of 15 km from the place. This rail station is well connected with the other cities of Rajasthan as well as India. You will easily find local transport at the station. By hiring them you can reach your destination.

    By Road: You can find local transport at the airport that can take you to the lake.

    Tips for Travellers

    Carry your essential things in a small bag. Do not smoke in the temple area. Take your shoes off before entering the temple. Do not bring your camera.


    Que-01: Is this place safe to visit?

    Ans: Yes, this is an absolutely safe place for tourists. You can go there without any doubt. For your convenience, here is the local police station information:

    Location: NH89, Ganaheda, Rajasthan 305022, India

    Google map:

    Phone no: +91 145 277 2046

    Que-02: Is photography allowed in this place?

    Ans: Cameras are not allowed inside the temple. But mobile phones are allowed in the temple. You can click pictures with that. 

    Best time to visit Brahma temple:

    Brahma temple can be visited at any time of the year. But the perfect time to visit the place is from September to March. At this time the weather remains pleasant and cool. So, you can enjoy your trip the most.

    Places to visit near Brahma Temple:

    • Pushkar lake
    • Varaha temple
    • Rangji Temple
    • Savitri Mata Temple
    • Anasagar Lake
    • Pushkar Adventure Camp & Camel Safari

    We wish you all the best for your journey. Happy Travel!!!

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