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Arrogantly, Brahma tells Vishnu to worship him because he (Brahma) is the supreme creator. This angered Shiva who then incarnated in the form of Bhairava to ...

Puja to Kaala Bhairava

Bhairav Parvat, Ujjain is the most famous Shakti Peetha where it is said that the “Upper Lip” of Maa Sati fell and the idols are Devi Maa as Avanti and Lord ...

This is the old temple of Maa Bhagwati Chinnamasta Devi. According to one of the sacred books of Sanatan Dharm, Shri Markandeye Puran, after killing of all ...

“Kaal Bhairava is an fierce incarnation of Lord Shiva. The term Bhairava means “Terrific”.

Ashta Bhairav: The eight manifestations of Kaal Bhairav

Kalighat was a Ghat (landing stage) sacred to Kali on the old course of the Hooghly river (Bhāgirathi) in the city of Calcutta. The name Calcutta is said to ...

Sodasi, the Manifestation of the Sixteen Lettered Mantra

List of Bhairava temples

J. Iconography ...

Samhara Bhairava

Gandaki Chandi ShaktiPeetha : This Peetha is in Muktinath, Dhawalagiri, in Nepal, near the bank of river Gandaki. Here, forehead of Sati had fallen, ...

In Bengal and Orissa, Kali's extended tongue is widely seen as expressing embarrassment over the realization that her foot is on her husband's chest. There ...

Shiva-Nataraja and consort Parvati in dance posture.

Bhairavi

In the second posture he exhibits the bow and arrow, sword and khetaka. On the leg is worn the anklet of heroes. The head is adorned with a crown, ...

Asitanga Bhairava

As regards the general features of all Dvarapalas placed in the temples, they are well built, muscular, broad shouldered, very tall and sporting fearsome ...

Bagala is the second Mahavidya. Listen to her story. Once the creation was in turmoil and being destroyed in many places (Shree Maa adds, “like the present ...

Unmatta Bhairava

Shiva carrying the corpse of Dakshayani

Goddess Tara - The Ninth Form of the Dasa Mahavidyas - Mantra For Peace and Protection

ROPE WAY TO THE PRACHIN TARA TARINI SHAKTI PEETH

Devī uttered a loud laughter (during which Her tongue stuck out) and placed Her foot on Mahādeva's chest.

Kaal bhairav, God of Destruction (cause of death)

THE KUNDALINI - SERPENTS AND DRAGONS

Virabhadra the auspicious hero raging like flaming fire is Shiva's ferocious instrument for destruction of ignorance, ritualism and dogma.

Kal Bhairav Temple, Kashi (Varanasi)

Svarnakarshana Bhairava Stotram

But symbolically, menstruation is the symbol of a woman's creativity and power to give birth. So, the deity and temple of Kamakhya celebrates this 'shakti' ...

Ten Vidyas of Devi

In the Dakshina-chara School (the right handed method) of Sri Vidya tradition the guarding deities are the physical (sthula) representations of certain ...

story-and-history-of-mahesh-navami

The consort deity here is Sivakami Amman (form of Amman - mother goddess and female energy).The sculptures of Chidambaram inspired the postures of Bharatha ...

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The endothelium cells line the entire circulatory system from the heart all the way down to the smallest capillary. When added up, the volume of these ...

The Hanuman Mantra – Any work to be done immediately which gets delayed

kapala Bharavar. Kapala Bhairava

Tara, the Illuminator of all Attitudes

Dhumavati, The Remover of Frustration

Shiva is 'shakti' or power, Shiva is the destroyer, the most powerful god of the Hindu pantheon and one of the godheads in the Hindu Trinity.

Matrikas - A Hoysala sculpture of Chamunda, Halebidu. Surrounded by skeletons, the goddess

Kali

Bhuvaneswari, the Ruler of the Universe

Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga

Bhishana Bhairava

... a Guru (teacher) in this temple, there is no Thiru Kalyanam (marriage) conducted in this temple for Shiva and Parvathi, unlike the other Shiva temples.

The Kerala temple when you visit on a less crowded day- exudes deep peace , a strange positive energy – a place where you can soak in the ancient culture of ...

As per Hindu Iconography and mythology the eyes of the Sati fell here. The Goddess is worshiped as "Mahisha-Mardhini or Mahisasur-Mardini, and Krodish" ...

Who's who of Orchha: Sheesh Mahal to the right, Raj Mahal to the left, the newly painted Ram Raja Temple in the middle at a distance, to its right protrudes ...

The sages surrender, realizing that Shiva is the truth and he is beyond magic and rituals.

Q. Is life governed by free-will or destiny? Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

... Kaal Bhairav vipdanashak_mantra ...

Arteriosclerosis is a hardening of the arteries, caused by a loss of elasticity in the arterial walls due to plaque growth. Atherosclerosis is the process ...

Shaktipeeth

Jambukeswarar Temple ( Thiruvanaikaval, Tamil Nadu)

The Silpasangraha mentions three varieties of Vlrabhadra (viz. sattva, tamasa and rajasa) with two, four or eight arms. All are dark in color and fierce ...

Panch mahal means 'Palace of 5 storeys'. Also known as "Badgir", which means windcatcher/tower. Panch Mahal stands close to the Zeenana quarters or Harem ...

It has also been mentioned in Garuda Puran that how does one die and how do they receive their judgment and take form of a soul.

वेदों से हुई उत्पत्ति इसलिए हैं वेदमाता

The Cosmic form Krishna

The Chanda Bhairava

Kaal Bhairav Tamas Lord Of Hindu

The narrative panels are framed and structured by bands and beams with textile patterns. They depict not merely the themes from the epics but also from the ...

Srikalahasti Temple (Andhra Pradesh)

The Annamalai hill (meaning red mountain) lying behind the Annamalaiyar temple is always associated with the temple.The hill is considered sacred and ...

Tripurasundari, The Beauty of All the Threes

HIMACHAL Nurtured by three rivers, Ravi, Beas and Sutlej, Himachal Pradesh is one

... thus to his beloved the mighty Mahadeva created out of his mouth a most magnificent and frightening being glowing like the fire of fate (kaala-agni); a ...

कुछ इस तरह कीजिए मां गायत्री की उपासना

According another beliefs it is said that after the death of Devi Sati, Lord Shiva led an austere life. But Devi Sati took birth was again born as Parvati ...

A shmashan is a Hindu cremation ground, where dead bodies are brought to be burnt on a pyre. It is usually located near a river or body of water on the ...