Bhairava is known as Dharma protector in Buddhist culture. He is also known as one who destroys fear or one who is beyond fear. It is said Lord Kaal Bhairava’s powers lie in the occult sciences. For occult experts, Bhairava is the most preferred deity. Worshipping Lord Kaal Bhairav helps to overcome diseases, adversaries, enemies, and poverty.
A. Head of Bhairava
Head of Bhairava is a mask that belongs to Nepal’s Malla period. The sculpture found in the Kathmandu valley of Nepal was created in the 16th century. This mask is made of five different metals. Bhairava is a terrifying manifestation of Hindu god Shiva. Bhairava is considered as a destructive emanation in Hindu mythology.
B. Sitting Bhairava
By worshipping the statue of sitting Bhairava, helps us to cleanse our soul, get salvation from past karma and enjoy a greater life with the blessing of the lord.