Kaal Bhairav Jayanti 2020: Kaal Bhairav Jayanti will be celebrated on 7 December 2020. Every year on the Ashtami date of Margashirsha Krishna Paksha, Kaal Bhairav Jayanti is celebrated. On this day, Lord Kaal Bhairav ji is worshiped by law. If Lord Shiva is worshiped on the day of Kaal Bhairav Jayanti, even then the blessings of Lord Bhairava are attained. It is believed that Lord Bhairava originated as part of Lord Shiva.
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Importance of Kaal Bhairav Jayanti
Kaal Bhairav Jayanti is also known as Kaal Bhairav Ashtami. It is believed that a person who worships Kaal Bhairav ji with due devotion on the day of Kaal Bhairav Jayanti, is happy with it. Also, worshiping Bhairav ji also removes problems like ghosts and ghosts. The worship of Kaal Bhairav ji has special significance in Hinduism. He is considered to be the form of Lord Shiva.
Worship Method of Kaal Bhairav Ashtami
To please Kaal Bhairav ji and to get his blessings, a mustard oil lamp should be lit in front of the idol of Lord Bhairav from the day of Kalashtami. On this day, wake up early in the morning and take bath and wear clean clothes. Lord Kaal Bhairav should offer black sesame, urad and mustard oil. Along with chanting of mantras, he is happy and gets his blessings by duly worshiping him.
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Origin of Kaal Bhairav
According to mythology, it is believed that Kaal Bhairav was born due to the wrath of Lord Shiva. It is believed that once Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh debated about this to prove themselves superior. Then in the midst of this debate, Brahma ji condemned Lord Shiva, which made the innocent Shiva Shankar angry. Kaal Bhairav was born due to his wrathful form. Kaal Bhairav had beheaded right there. (When Brahma ji was born, he had five faces and Shiva also had five faces. Four in four directions and one upwards in the sky, after that Brahma had four mouths and five words because of Shiva’s Panch Mukha even today It is said. This made him feel the sin of killing Brahm, to avoid which Lord Shiva suggested a remedy. He sent Kaal Bhairava to the earth and said that wherever this head would fall from the hand itself, this sin was extinguished on them. The place where that head fell from the hand was Kashi, which is considered to be the site of Shiva. This is the reason that every devotee or tourist visiting Kashi even today visits Kashi Vishwanath as well as Kaal Bhairav. And receives his blessings.
Kaal Bhairav mantra
1. ॐ Kalabhairavaya Namah:
2. ॐ Fearless Bhairava:
3. ॐ Hr Bm Batukkaya Aapaduddharanay Kurukuru Batukkay Hr
4. ॐ Bhr Kaalbhairavaya ft
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