Brahma Temple in Pushkar, Rajasthan, India is a Hindu religious hotspot, a temple dedicated to the Lord that brought about the creation of everything, Brahma. It also features worship to one of his ladies, Gayatri, and the worship is supervised and regulated by ascetic saints. It has exquisite architecture, including a remarkable pinnacle in red and a bird symbol that is linked to ancient mythology and womanhood. It has myths connected to it of the Lord Brahma subduing a demon that tormented harmless mortals. It is very near geographically to the sacred Pushkar Lake that is a famous pilgrimage destination and is used for taking a sin purging dip by devotees. There are also mountains located nearby, other palaces, forts and lakes which altogether make this a supreme tourist experience.
When I first arrived in Pushkar, I met a rare Indian wedding. We rushed into the wedding team and sneaked a lot of photos. The enthusiastic Indians also invited us to take photos with them, and proposed to let them also attend their wedding with their patriarchs. But we refused. In other words, the groom is riding a white horse to greet the bride, and looks really good.
In India, the wedding time is more than 8:00 pm, the wedding venue chooses to open the fixed venue, and there are chefs on the scene to make Indian food.
The bride went to the salon to dress up on the wedding day. The groom wore Indian national costumes and sat in the carriage early to arrive at the wedding scene to wait for the bride. The groom can enter the wedding scene after waiting, accepting the blessings of the female elders, and cutting the ribbon.
At the formal wedding ceremony, the bride and groom first accept the blessings of the elders and relatives of the women's ethnic group, and then enter the rituals such as wearing garlands, exchanging jewellery, burning grains and wishing for each other's handkerchiefs. The entire wedding took 7 or 8 hours.
Most of the man is responsible for buying a house, while the woman is responsible for purchasing home appliances and other wedding facilities and holding weddings. The female family with conditions will also accompany the car.
The holy city of Pushkar has a population of only 14,800, but it has several Hindu temples. In the streets and lanes, on both sides of the trail, almost all of them are occupied by temples. More interesting is that there are many home vestibules that are temples. The citizens in the small town are devout Hindus, and tourism and religious activities are their main tasks. The small town strictly abides by the ancient Hindu rules, and the whole city is vegetarian. In this city, alcohol, meat, and even eggs are banned. The small town was built around the lake. Except for bicycles, no other means of transportation is allowed, which is a very rare rule in India. The small town is small, with only one main street, surrounded by lakes, and almost all of the main buildings are built around small lakes. Here you can think about everything, you can also do nothing, feel free to think, quite emotional.
Every corner of the hotel is picturesque, with a variety of ornamental potted plants and hanging green vines. The balcony is a three-blue dream palace hemisphere pavilion. All the murals in this 5-storey house are purely hand-painted! Ok, next to the return theme, our various photos ^^!
Sit on the stairs, continue to shoot against the wall, Zhaijing will come again, you will take the trouble to let me shoot... I took a picture from the third floor door and lock of our residence. In the lobby of the building, the boss who sat in the conversation with the guests saw the instinct and let go. When we prepared to take another road to the 5th floor, the boss who was infected by us shouted, "I will come to take a photo with you!" Finally, we stayed in the dream pavilion on the 4th floor. This floor is already semi-open (the hotel is a circular hollow courtyard design), half is still the housing design, and the other half is completely connected to the outside world, so we can This continues to take pictures of the interior, and you can also watch the blue sky and white clouds and breathe fresh air while taking a break in the hall. But we didn't even think about sitting on the tatami in the pavilion and sitting down and didn't want to get up, because it was so pleasant!
The small town Pushkar is built around the lake. The houses built around the lake are mostly white. Most of them are temples, which are especially beautiful under the lake. The lake here is a holy water to the devout Hindus, just like the Ganges River. They believe that holy water can wash away sin and seek the blessing of the gods. In the evening, I came to the lake. There are many European and American tourists practicing yoga and tambourine here. It is very lively.