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- Kaal Bhairava is the form of Lord Shiva’s wrath, his worship removes negativity and turmoil.
Kaal Bhairav is Ashtami on Monday, 7 December. Aghaya, the eighth day of the Krishna Paksha of Margashirsha month, is celebrated as Kaal Bhairavashtami. On this date, along with Kaal Bhairav, the form of Lord Shiva, he should also worship Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Kaal Bhairav is also worshiped in all the Shaktipeeth temples of the Mother Goddess. Without seeing Kaal Bhairav, full devotion is not found in Devi temples.
According to Pt. Manish Sharma, Jyotishacharya of Ujjain, do make up of Kaal Bhairav on the Ashtami by mixing vermilion in oil. Offer necklaces. Offer salty and sweet food. Offer coconut. Light a lamp Feed dogs to bread. The vehicle of God Bhairav is a dog or dog. That is why Kaal Bhairav’s grace can also be obtained by taking care of the dog.
Kaal Bhairav Ashtami is also called Kalashtami. It is believed that on this date, Kaal Bhairav, the form of Lord Raura, appeared. The one who removes fear is called Bhairava. Doing worship on Kaal Bhairav Ashtami removes negativity, fear and disturbance.
Wine is offered to Ujjain’s Kaal Bhairav
The ancient temple of Kaal Bhairav is located in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh. The miraculous idol of Kaal Bhairav is installed here. Even today, liquor is given to Kaal Bhairav. For this, liquor is filled in a silver cup and is placed on the face of the Bhairav statue. After this, the priest of the temple chants the mantra. In a few moments the cup of wine is empty. These miracles can be seen here even today.