Jagatpita Brahma Mandir is a Hindu temple situated at Pushkar within the Indian kingdom of Rajasthan, near the sacred Pushkar Lake to which its legend has an indelible hyperlink. The temple is considered one of only a few present temples dedicated to the Hindu writer-god Brahma in India and stays the most distinguished among them. The temple shape dates to the 14th century, partially rebuilt later. The temple is made from marble and stone slabs. It has a awesome crimson pinnacle and a hamsa chook motif.
The temple sanctum sanctorum holds the image of 4-headed Brahma and his consort Gayatri. The temple is governed by the Sanyasi sect priesthood. On Kartik Poornima, a pageant devoted to Brahma is held whilst huge range of pilgrims visit the temple, after bathing within the sacred lake. Pushkar is said to have over 500 temples; of these many are old ones that were destroyed or desecrated by Muslim depredations for the duration of Mughal emperor Aurangzeb's rule however have been re-built ultimately; of these the maximum essential is the Brahma temple.