This ancient temple, situated on the bank of a picturesque lake and dedicated to God Brahma, one of the "Holy Trinity"of Hindu pantheon, has undergone several repairs and reconstructions last of which being in AD 1809. This east facing pacharatha edifice can be approached through a filght of steps. It has double-storeyed entrance having small domed roof. On plan, the temple consists of square sanctum, vestibule, mandapa followed by mukhmandapa. Sanctum is housing life-sized statue of four-faced Brahma installed on a lotus padestal. Vertically, the sanctum has vedibandha, plain jangha and curvilinear sikhara. A stone inscription in the possessinon of the Mahant of the temple mentions about the repair of the temple durings the time of Sawai Jai Singh (AD 1699-1743).
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Notification No. 287(E) 04-03-2005
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Ownership Status Temple Trust
Topographical Features The monument is situated amidst of Aravalli hills from three sides and the fourth is open and full of sand dunes.
1 K.C. jain, Ancient Cities and Towns of Rajasthan, Delhi; 1972.
2 Har Bilas Sarda, Ajmer : Historical and Descriptive (Ajmer 1941) and Reprint , New Delhi, 2002.
3 Epigraphia Indica, Vol. II, XXXV and XLII.
Locality Tehsil District State
Pushkar Pushkar Ajmer Rajasthan