Hindu Beliefs Of Lord Brahma, The Creator Of God

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As per Hindu mythology, Lord Brahma is considered to be the Creator of the Universe. He is the one among the Trimurti, the triad of 3 gods which consist of Lord Vishnu- the preserver, Lord Shiva- the destroyer and himself- the creator. Although, Lord Brahma is supposed to have been the creator of the universe, it is believed that he lost his worshippers due to lying hence, he was merely entrusted with task of creation under instructions of the other two gods. However, his role in the creation of everything that makes this world habitable like the creation of good and evil, gods and demons, man and ancestors cannot be completely forgotten and as a tribute to him there is a temple completely dedicated to him, located in the Rajasthani town of Pushkar. This temple of Lord Brahma in Pushkar is supposedly the only temple in the world which has been devoted solely to the Creator. It is due to this very fact that Pushkar has gained importance among the Indians.
As per legends, it is believed that during a war, Lord Brahma had defeated Vajra Nabh, the demon, with a lotus flower, and petals of this lotus drifted down to earth which spread in three areas in and around Pushkar where lakes were created. Following these legends, it is said that the Pushkar Lake was bound by 52 palaces and 500 temples.
Further, every year in the months of October or November, on the sacred day of Kartik Purnima the most celebrated and well known “Pushkar Mela” is held. The stories and myths surrounding

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