|The fire is lit on Arunachala, November 2010|
appeared within the column of fire and cursed Brahma, because he had lied, that nobody would worship him and no temples would be build for him; and he cursed Ketaki, who had until now been dear to him, that she would never be used as offering in any worhip. And indeed, the Ketaki-flower is never used in rituals and there are only very few temples dedicated to Brahma - as opposed to thousands dedicated to Shiva and Vishnu - the most important one being the Jagatpita Brahma Mandir in Pushkar, Rajasthan.
There is a shrine in Shri Ramana Maharshi’s Ashram depicting this legend (left). Shiva in the centre, on the left Brahma with the swan and ketaki above ...
Here in the video is the short, direct answer. The wordy version will follow soon.