Visiting Brahma temple in pushkar was one of a kind experience as it's the only temple in the entire world devoted to Lord Brahma.
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Be aware in the temple and around there are many scramers so called gurus and brahmand which want to make money. Temple itself nothing special.
Beware the temple closes at 1:00 pm and reopens at 3 pm. This is the only temple in the world of Brahma Ji. After visiting the temple you need to take a dip in the sarovar to complete the visit.
One of the the very few temples which has not become commercial. You do not find anyone seeking offerings, donations or alms inside the temple. A rare experience, in deed. Very pious environment and nice place to visit and spend some peaceful time praying. Glad...More
The temple is as any other famous temple in India - though not as grand as most of them. The USP of this temple is that it is touted as the only Brahma temple in the country. The crowd management is not upto the mark...More
Took an unsual conveyance from Ajmer - Auto Rickshaw (tuk tuk) for an adventurous ride alone. Rickshaw took Rs.350 including to & fro fare, luckily the driver was very enthusiastic guide too. Brahma temple is a simple Hindu Temple, but has pretty aggressive priests for...More
Well to be honest, apart from the fact that this is Lord Brahma's only temple in the entire world, I could not figure out a reason to visit this place after I came out of it. It's a normal Hindu temple, nothing special about it....More
When in Pushkar take time to visit this temple. Over a good visit and unique one as it as it is said to be the only Brahma Temple in the world (or at least the most famous). We noted a number of areas where a...More