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Bhairava is a wandering form of Shiva. The Trinity of Hindu Gods, that is, Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh , are associated with Creation, Preservation and Destruction respectively. Bhairava, the rather fierce manifestation of Lord Shiva, is commonly associated with this aspect of annihilation.
Kaal Bhairava, the ferocious manifestation of Lord Shiva is eagerly worshipped by Tantriks. Yogis and Siddhas. It is also said Lord Bhairav is connected to Mahavidya Goddess Bhairavi who is a purifier and therefore Shastras and Agamas say Kala Bhairav Puja purifies devotees.
The Eight Bhairava who guard and control the 8 directions of the Universe, are as follows:
All these Bhairavas are controlled by Maha Swarna Kala Bhairava, also known as Kaala Bhairava. He is the Supreme Godhead and the ruler of the rest of the Bhairavas. Kaal Bhairava is the powerful Lord to end all types of delays and hurdles in life. He helps to overcome the tendencies and weaknesses of laziness and idleness.
Kaal Bhairav is a highly merciful Lord. He purifies the mind and the heart of the devotees. Kaal Bhairava is capable of transforming a person both intellectually and spiritually. Helps win over the enemies and secure a fearless life feeling the protective shield of the Lord.
One can find temples or shrines dedicated to Bhairava, near most of the Jyotirlinga temples. These are the twelve most sacred shrines dedicated to worship of Lord Shiva. These temples are scattered all over India, including the Kaal Bhairav Temple at Ujjain, the Kashi Vishwanath Temple at Varanasi and the Patal Bhairav and Vikrant Bhairav Shrines at Ujjain.
In all Shiva temples , daily puja rituals begin with offering worship to Surya or the Sun God. It then ends with worshipping Bhairava. Bhairava is offered a ghee abhishek (holy bath rituals), ghee lamps, red flowers, whole coconuts, honey , boiled food, fruits and eight type of flowers and leaves.
Om Kaalakaalaaya Vidmahe,
Tanno Kaala Bhairava Prachodayat II