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Kala Bhairava is the fearful manifestation of Lord Shiva.

The word Kala suggests that


he is the controller of time and the word Bhairav suggests that he is the most
terrible form. Though his form is fearful, Lord Kalabhairav is highly merciful to his
devotees and worshipping Him shall bestow several benefits. There are eight forms
of Kala Bhairava. Worshipping each of them gives exclusive benefits.

1) Asitanga Bhairava: He appears in golden hue, carries four weapons namely


trishula, damaru, pasha and khadga (sword) and rides on a Swan.

Mantra: Om Hreem Hraam Hreem Hrum Jam Klaam Kleem Klum

Brahmi Devi Samethyaya Asithanga Bhairavaya

Sarva Shaap Nivarthithaya Om Hreem Phat Swahaa

Meaning: I bow down to Asitanga Bhairava who appears with mother Brahmi Devi
and removes all curses.

Benefits: Improves creative energy and brings about success in all ventures.

2) Ruru Bhairava: Appears in white colour with many ornaments decked with rubies.
Carries akshamala , the ankusha, a pustaka (book) and a veena and rides on a Bull

Mantra: Om Hreem Shreem Kleem Shreem Shreem Kleem Shreem

Sarva Raja Vashikaraya Sarva Jana Mohanaya


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Meaning: I bow down to Ruru Bhairava who can bring all people under his control.
Let him bless me to win over peole.

Benefits: Helps conquer enemies and get people under your control

3) Chanda Bhairava: Appears blue with a pleasant face. Carries agni, shakti (spear),
gada and kunda and rides on a Peacock.

Mantra: Om Hreem Sarva Shakti Ruupaya Neela Varnaya

Maha Chanda Bhairavaya Namaha

Meaning: I bow down to Chanda Bhairava who is blue in colour and the repository
of all powers.

Benefits: Gives the highest self confidence and helps overcome competitions and
enemies
4) Krodha Bhairava: Appears grey in colour and carries khetaka, a long sword and
axe and rides on an eagle.

Mantra: Om Shreem Hreem Shreem Hreem Kleem

Sarva Vighna Nivaranaya Maha Krodha Bhairavaya Namaha

Meaning: I bow down to Maha Krodha Bairav who removes all obstacles.

Benefits: Gives you the power to make potential and crucial decisions in life

5) Unmatta Bhairava: Appears in white color with a pleasing face carrying kunda,
the khetaka, the parigha (iron bludgeon) and bhindipala (javelin) and rides on a
Horse.

Mantra: Om Hreem Vaaraahi Samethaya Maha Unmattha Bhairavaaya

Hreem Om Svahaa

Meaning: I bow down to Unmattha Bhairava who appears with mother Varahi. Let
him bless me with a powerful speech

Benefits: Help gain control over your speech and blesses with an eloquent speech.
6) Kapala Bhairava: Yellow in complexion, carries the same weapons like that of
Unmatta Bhairava and rides on an elephant.

Mantra: Om Hreem Kreem Hreem Sreem

Kapala Bhairavaya Namaha

Meaning: I bow down to Kapala Bhairava and seek his blessings.

Benefits: Puts and end to all unproductive works and actions

7) Bhishana Bhairava: Appears red in colour and carries the weapons same as those
of Unmatta Bhairava and rides on corpse.

Mantra: Om Hreem Bheeshana Bhairavaya Sarva Saaba Nivaranaya

Mama Vasham Kuru Kuru Svaaha

Meaning: I bow down to Bheeshana Bhairav who removes all curses and evil spells.
May I be heled to conquer the evil spirits and negative forces.

Benefits: Helps conquer all evil spirits and negativity


8) Samhara Bhairava: Appears like lightening and carries the weapons same as
those of Unmattha Bhairava and rides on a lion

Mantra: Om Namo Bhagavate Sa?hara Bhairavaya

Bhuta Preta Pisaca Brahma Rak?asan Ucca?aya Ucca?aya

Sa?haraya Sa?haraya Sarva Bhaya Chedana? Kuru Kuru Svaha ||

Meaning: I bow down to Samhara Bhairava who vanquishes all evils like ghosts,
devils, demons and others. Let him help me overcome all negative forces.

Benefits: Helps in dissolving all the bad consequences of past actions.