Pushkar Tourist Places, Rajasthan, India

Brahma Temple

Brahma Temple in Pushkar is believed to have been built in the 14th century, though the origins of this temple are believed to date back to 2000 years. The temple is built in beautiful white marble, with steps leading to the main shrine. The central shikhara is a bright red with the figure of the hansa (swan, which is Brahmas vehicle) over it. Pujas here are strictly performed by sanyasu pujaris.
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Pushkar Lake

Pushkar Lake had is termed as tirthraj or the King of all pilgrimage spots across India. It one of the most sacred water bodies from the Hindus and a dip in the lake is believed to purge humans of all their sins, and even skin diseases. It surround by a whopping 52 ghats, that lead to it. The crowds of devotees swell to an amazing number on the day of Karthik Purnima, that usually in November or October as people from all across the world come willing to take a dip. Adding more to the religious value of the lake are a number of temples around it, cited at more than 500. Standing tall on the horizon of the lakeside are the Aravalli hills.
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Savitri Temple

Its dedicated to Hindu deity, Savitri, the wife of Lord Brahma. Going by the legends, the goddess went up the hill, enraged with her husband for marring twice. In a bid to pacify her, Lord Brahma granted her the wish that she would alwayss be worshipped before Gayatri, his other wife. This temple is, supposedly, built on the same hill that she walked up. A steady trickle of devotees can be seen thronging to the temple to pay reverence to the goddess.
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