Brahma Sarovar


Brahma Sarovar
Brahma Sarovar


Thanesar, Haryana


29°58′N 76°50′E

Basin countries India
Max. width

1800 ft (unknown operator: u'strong' m)

Surface area

1400 ft (unknown operator: u'strong' m)

Max. depth

45 ft (unknown operator: u'strong' m)

Brahma Sarovar is a water tank sacred to the Dharmic religions in Thanesar, in the state of Haryana in North India.
Dharmic religions lay emphasis on taking bath for internal and external purity. Most religious sites have water tanks
or sarovar in or near the temple/gurdwara.

According to stories of Hindu: since it was a trial during the muslim reign in India to develop an Organized Religion
in the tune of Islam, Christianity and Judaism to have a clergy command over the public by utilising the myths and
stories with rituals which couldn't succeed the logical and ethical tradition of the country culture. But the
professional scholars are still in efforts to make it which is a shame. myths, Lord Brahma created the universe from
the land of Kurukshetra after a huge yajna. The Brahma Sarovar here is believed to be the cradle of civilisation. The
sarovar is also mentioned in the eleventh century AD memoirs of Al Beruni, called ‘Kitab-ul-Hind’.
A sacred shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva stands within the sarovar, accessible by a small bridge. According to
scriptures, bathing in this sarovar increases the sanctity of performing the ‘ashvamedh yajna’. The tank offers a
breath-taking sight during the Gita Jayanti celebrations held in the last week of November and early December every
year when there will be ‘deep daan’ and ‘aarti’. This also happens to be the time when migratory birds from distant
places wing it to the sarovar. The Birla Gita Mandir and Baba Nath’s haveli and temple are the neighbouring

Planning. Ramanuj (2005). The tanks are especially crowded during solar eclipse because it is believed that a dip there during the solar eclipse absolves one of all sins. One of the most delightful occasions is the Gita Jyanti celebrations held in the last week of November or the first week of December. Delhi: Pustak Mahal. We can see a big crowd at these occasions. Mumbai: Allied Publishers. Sri Krishna Chariot at Brahma Sarovar Kurukshetra External links • http://Kurukshetra. Tourism: Theory." The Statesman (India). Soul and Structure of Governance in India. It is 1800 feet long and 1400 feet broad. • Prasad.nic. September 5. Krishnam (1997).Brahma Sarovar 2 At Present Today Brahma Sarovar has been renovated. The tank presents breath-taking spectacle of Deep daan (ceremony of floating lamps in water) and Aarti organized on this occasion. • Kamran. Know Your Puranas. and . All around the world participates at this occasion. Brahma Sarovar Kurukshetra Bibliography • Jagmohan (2005). New Delhi: Indus Publishing. "Kurukshetra Calling. • (2006).

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