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It is also believed that Brahma himself chose the location for his temple. Pushkar is often described in the scriptures as the only Brahma temple in the world, owing to the curse of Savitri(Saraswati), and as the “King of the sacred places of the Hindus”.
The four heads represent four Vedas, which are very important Hindu scriptures. It is said that the four heads of Brahma are eternally reciting the four Vedas in penance for having lied. These four heads also represent four divisions of time of Hinduism, the Yugas.
Roughly for our Universe, 10000 to 20000 billion million Shiva (plus a lot), is equal to one Brahma.
8 Brahma temples
Since Brahma had distracted his mind from the soul and towards the cravings of the flesh, Shiva’s curse was that people should not worship Brahma.
When Lord Brahma created the world, he also created Goddess Saraswati. When lord Shiva saw that, he got angry and curse Lord Brahma that he would never be prayed on earth due to that sin. So this is the reason that why there is no temple of Lord Brahma and why he is not prayed by human beings.
So, mostly don’t worship vishnu as they are told to become like Pralhad whom God helps but never actually god is just available at our fingertips. They work accordingly to natural things tn with laws of nature unviolated. They don’t feel the God around them in such a form explained and can’t worship him.
Brahma created sarswati and married her for divine purposes. Saraswati is called the mother of the Vedas, and later as the celestial creative symphony who appeared when Brahma created the universe.
Lakshmi is known to be the daughter of the mother Goddess Durga, and the wife of Vishnu, whom she accompanied, taking different forms in each of his incarnations. …
Lord Shiva assumed the embodied form of these eleven manifestations and was allotted eleven wives for each of the forms, Dhi, Vritti, Ushana, Uma, Niyuta, Sarpis, Ila, Ambika, Iravati, Sudha and Dikshaa respectively.
During Raja Parba (Raja comes from the Sanskrit word Rajas, meaning menstruation; Parba means festival in Odia) the Goddess Earth is said to have her period. This is celebrated mainly by relaxing: during the three days of the festival, women are given a break from household work.
A girl, after she reaches puberty is barred from entering the prayer room or performing any religious prayers during her menstruation. The only reason mentioned in our scriptures is that she is (ashudha) unclean during that period.