KAAL BHAIRAV PUJA
Lord Kaal Bhairav is a ferocious incarnation of Lord Shiva and is worshipped across the Indian subcontinent. He is one of the incarnations of Lord Shiva. As per the Shiv Mahapuran, once Brahma ordered Lord Vishnu to worship him since he is the creator of the Universe. This command of Brahma infuriated Lord Shiva, incarnated in the ferocious form of Kaal Bhairav and severed one of Brahma's five heads. After that, Brahma was left with only four heads while the 5th head is always shown in the hands of Lord Kaal Bhairav. Lord Bhairav is supposed to be a feared Deity but actually, he is one of the most protecting and benign Deity.
In Tantra Vidya, he is worshipped as Batuk Bhairav. A black dog is the Vahana of Kaal Bhairav and therefore caring or feeding a dog is considered to be most rewarding as it pleases Lord Kaal Bhairav. He is also known as the Kotwal or Kshetrapal (the guardian of a temple). He protects all the 52 Shakti Pithas of Goddess Parvati. Sunday is considered to be an auspicious day for his worship alternately it can be performed on a Tuesday or Saturday. They can be performed for protection against negative energies, ailments, the longevity of life, to rid oneself from fears, success in court cases, for wish fulfillment of wishes, and good fortune.
Puja Description: Swasti Vaachan, Shanti Path, Sankalp, Gauri-Ganesh Sthapan, Kalash Sthapan, Kaal Bhairav Sthapan, Navgrah Sthapan, Brahma Sthapan, Agni Sthapan, Kaal Bhairav Mantra Japa, Paath of Kaal Bhairav Ashtakam, Bhairav Yantra Pujan, Homa and then Purnahuti, Aarti and Prasad to Brahmins.
Number of Vedic Pundit/s: 3.
Duration: 5-6 Hrs.
Prasadam: The Yajmaan will receive a Kaal Bhairav Yantra and a video recording covering the most important parts of the Puja and Prasad from the Puja.