This is the only temple in the country in which married men do not go inside.


In almost all religions, it is customary for the bride and groom to seek the blessings of the gods and goddesses after marriage. They go to famous temples or places of worship to bow down. But there is also a temple in our country where boys are ashamed to go after marriage. Married men do not go here even by mistake, otherwise they have to face many troubles due to curse.

Married men do not go to Brahma temple in Pushkar, Rajasthan. Newlyweds avoid going to the world famous Pushkar temple of Brahmaji present in Rajasthan. According to mythology, if the newlyweds go to this temple, they will face difficulties in their married life. The reason behind this is that Brahmaji was cursed by his wife.

According to mythology, Lord Brahma organized a yajna at Pushkar in Rajasthan for the creation of the universe. In this yajna it was considered very necessary for him to sit in the confluence of his wife. But his wife Savitri was late.

He then revealed Gayatri from the mouth of Nandini’s cow and married her and seated her in Yajna. But when Savitri reached there, he got angry seeing another woman in his place next to Brahmaji.

After saying in your form again that you forgot me by creating this world, in this world you will not be worshiped. Then every married man who comes or enters this temple of yours will start having difficulties in his married life. For this reason unmarried boys, girls and married women come to this temple, but married people do not set foot here.

Savitri temple has been established separately. The temple of his wife Savitriji is built on a separate hill near this temple in Pushkar. It is also said that when anger subsides,

Brahmaji’s wife Savitri went to the hill near Pushkar and immersed herself in penance and then she remained. In this temple women offer bindi, mehndi and bangles as offerings and pray for the longevity of their husbands.

The temple is actually located in Rajasthan. Newlyweds are scared to go to the world famous Pushkar temple in Pushkar. Here it is believed that if newly married boys come to this temple, they face difficulties in their marriage.

The reason behind this is the curse given to Brahmaji by his wife, in which he was forbidden to worship in the world. In this yajna he was to sit with his wife,

But seeing his wife Savitri arriving late, he recited Gayatri from Nandini’s cow’s mouth and married her and started performing Yajna.

The idol of Vishwapita Brahma is installed in this temple. The temple was built in the 14th century and is about 700 years old. The temple is mainly made of marble stones. [૨] During the Kartik Purnima festival, thousands of devotees visit the temple.

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