Articles — Bhairav
Jun 16 2016 Tags: Bhairav, Bhairavar, mantra, Swarnakarshan Bhairav
Sri Bhairav is the guardian deity of the abode of Lord Shiva. Hence, he is also called Kshetra Pala. The term Bhairav means 'Terrific'. Sri Kala bhairava represents the protective energy of Lord Shiva, that the Lord created for protection, during the creation-dissolution cycle. He is the manifestation who oversees the march of time. The march of time is inexorable only because Lord Kala Bhairava makes it so. As the saying goes, time lost is lost forever. There's nothing more precious than time. So intelligent humans should use every moment effectively, ane be conscious of the spiritual path. And those...
Kaalbhairav Ashtakam with English Translation
Jun 16 2016 Tags: Ashtakam, Bhairav, Bhairavar, Sloka
The Kala Bhairav Ashtakam was composed by the great philosopher saint of the 8th century AD Adi Shankara. It has a selection of 8 Slokams hence called a Ashtakam. It is considered highly auspicious to chant Kala Bhairava Ashtakam during Kalashtami day. Kala Bhairava Ashtakam is a stotram on Lord Kala Bhairava. God Kalabhairava is the destructive form of god Shiva. Kalabhairava is also regarded as the guardian of Lord Shiva Temples. Deva raja sevya mana pavangri pankajam,Vyala yagna suthra mindu shekaram krupakaram,Naradadhi yogi vrundha vandhitham digambaram,Kasika puradhi nadha Kalabhairavam bhaje. 1 Meaning I salute Kalabhairava, the lord of the...