Kala Bhairava Ashtakam is a Sanskrit Ashtakam, written by Adi Sankara. The hymn illustrates the personality of Kala Bhairava of Kashi (also known as Bhairava). 10 Jul (Download Link: Kala Bhairava Ashtakam Version Three). Kala Bhairava Ashtakam in Sanskrit. देवराजसेव्यमानपावनांघ्रिपंकजं ।.
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The fourth stanza is Salutations to Kala Bhairava who is the Lord of Kasi, who is the giver of worldly prosperities as well as liberation and who has an auspicious and pleasing form, who is kind and loving to his devotees, who stands firm as the deity of all the lokas worldswho wears a belt containing shining golden bells around his waist- that jingle when he klaabhairava or dances creating a variety of pleasing sounds.
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This page was last edited on 19 Aprilat The seventh stanza is Salutations to Kala Bhairava Whose loud and terrific laughter shatters the offspring produced by the ovaries of the creator Lord Brahmaashtaakam is the powerful ruler who gives the eight powers Siddhiswho wears a garland of skulls like his counterpart Maha Kalikawhose terrific glance destroys the cob-webs, produced in our minds by the mighty rule of Sin.
The sixth stanza is a salutations to Kala Bhairava whose charming beautiful pair of feet are decked with sandals are kalabbhairava with studded kalanhairava, who is the eternal, non dual Ishta devata the God whom we cherishwho destroys the pride of death manifested as fear within usand whose large terrible serpentine fangs liberate us. His Lotus kalabhairwva are served by Indra, The king of the devas and the great one who wears snake as his sacrificial thread a cord worn by the Dvija’s hanging from their left shoulder and goes below the right shoulder and a moon on his head.
The first stanza is a salutations to Sri Kala Bhairava the supreme lord of Kasi. Retrieved from ” https: The third stanza is a salutations to Lord Kala Bhairava the Lord of Kasi, who holds a spear, a noose, a club and punishment in his four hands, whose body is dark, who is the primordial Lord, who kalabhairaava imperishable, who is beyond the diseases of the world, who is the lord with terrific powers and who loves the strange vigorous Tandava Dance.
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Articles lacking sources from July All articles lacking sources. Kala Bhairava azhtakam described as black, naked body entwined with snakes, fangs, garland of skulls, three eyes, weapons for punishment in four hands, with shining golden bells attached to his waist-belt. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The second stanza is a salutations to Sri Kala Bharaiva who is the supreme Lord of the city of Kasi, who has the brilliance of a million suns, who rescues us from the ocean of worldly existence and who is Supreme, Who has a blue throat, who bestows us with worldly prosperities, which we wish for, and who has three eyes, who is death unto death itself, whose eyes are like a pair of lotus flowers, whose spear supports the three worlds like an axle axis around which they rotate, and who is imperishable.
The fifth stanza is a salutations to Lord Kala Bhairava who is the supreme lord of Kasi, who guards the established institution adhtakam the eternal dharma by leading the devotees towards the same, who is the lord that frees us from the fetters of Karma the results of sins committed by us in our previous birthsthereby giving us great joy of possessing a sinless, free soulwho is embellished with golden coloured serpents entwining his body.
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It consists of eight stanzas, characteristic of an Ashtakam. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Those who study these 8 verses on Kala Bhairava, which are enticing and which are a source of knowledge and liberation, which increase the righteousness of a person and destroy greed, attachment, depression, anger and heat and enable us to move towards the proximity of feet of Shiva Kala Bhairava positively.
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