Lying beyond the Nagaparvat and Anasagar Lake in Pushkar is the Brahma temple of Rajasthan, India. A popular pilgrimage of Hindus, the Brahma temple, Pushkar is the only temple of Lord Brahma in India. The legend is that Lord Brahma performed a Yagna here, along with all the gods and goddesses. It is also believed that a lotus fell from the hands of Lord Brahma and fell in the valley of Pushkar. Immediately after, Sarovar Lake appeared miraculously at that place.
The Brahma temple is constructed of marble, in southern style. Also,
the floor of the temple is decorated with a silver turtle. The temple
houses a statue of Lord Brahma in a palthi (seated) position. The temple
also comprises of an image of Lord Vishnu, life sized dwarpals (door
men) and Garuda pillars (a mythical bird, in gold).