Lord Shiva is one of the more essential gods in the Hindu pantheon. He's speculated to be the creator in addition to the destroyer and is worshipped in Hinduism in addition to Buddhism. He is the national deity of Nepal. One of many manifestations of Shiva is Kaal Bhairava. The truth is Kaal Bhairav is meant to have an additional manifestations and appearances. This manifestation of Shiva is usually depicted in manner to frighten people. He has frowning and indignant eyes. As well as he is depicted with sharp, tiger's teeth and flaming hair. The God Bhairav is depicted completely bare aside from carrying a garland of skulls and a coiled snake as a necklace.
There are lots of temples devoted to worship of Kraal Bhairav. However the one at Ujjain which incidentally is considered probably the most essential seats of Hindu pilgrimage is very important. This temple located about 12 km from the town centre is steeped in antiquity. The temple has some traces left of beautiful work that have withstood the ravages of time. The worship of the eight Bhairavas is a part of Saivite tradition. This temple is close to the bank of the Shipra River. One of the methods of prayer of the god is thru liquor. Even now each day devotees supply liquor including wine and whisky to the deity in the temple.
Kala Bhairava was known as the Black Bhairava or the Fierce One. Lord Kala Bhairava is also known as Kshetrapalaka, the guardian of the temple. In honor of this, keys to the temple are ceremonially submitted to Lord Kaila Bhairava at temple closing time and are obtained from him at opening time. Legend has it that Lord Kaila Bhairava is the guardian of people going on lengthy voyages or travelling to distant lands. Hence before going on an extended voyage it's required that a garland of cashew nuts is presented to Lord Kala Bhairava. As the vahana (Vehicle) of journey of the lord is the dog, hence feeding and taking good care of canine will please the God. The sages advocate feeding dogs with hallwa and puri (It is a typical Indian dish) each Saturday. Kala Bhairava refers to time. Thus as a god he does not settle for individuals who haven't any worth for time and are time wasters. Worshiping Kala Bhairava really means that you worship Shiva. You'll be able to thus get time in your side and keep away from mishaps, accidents and other grave events. Lord Bhairav worship is very useful to win over your enemies and achieve success. It is very straightforward to please lord Bhairav by doing regular worship daily.

"om tryambhakam yajamahe, sugandhim pushtivardhanam, urvarukamiva bandhanan, mrityor mukshiya maamritat."

Jyotishagya Pt. Vijay Bharti

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