Bhairavashtakam - Hindupedia, the Hindu Encyclopedia. From Hindupedia, the Hindu Encyclopedia Translated By P.R.RamachanderBhairava is a fierce deity and is the guardian of the city of Varanasi.
Once Lord Brahma got very proud and neglected God Shiva. Lord shiva burnt with anger and his fierce anger reframed itself in to Lord Bhairava, who immediately went to Lord Brahma’s place and pinched of one of the heads of Lord Brahma (Those times he had five heads). This was a Brahmahathi sin and the head got attached to the hand of Lord Bhairava. He was advised to go to Varanasi and worship Goddess Annapurneswari to atone for his sin. Shri Bhairava Deva.
Bhairava holds within Himself the entire universe by reducing all the shaktis to sameness with Himself and inasmuch as He completely devours within Himself the entire mass of ideation (which is responsible for sense of difference) - Shiva Sutras, Jaideva Singh Bhairava means "terrifying" and it is an adjective applied to Shiva in his fearful aspect.
Yet in Kashmir Shaivism, the three letters of this name are taken in a different manner. Forms of Bhairava.wmv. Heart of Time Meditation. Namoh Kalbhairo.wmv. Shri KalBhairavashtakam. Kalabhairava Ashtakam Kala Bhairava Ashtakam [Rare] Maha Kalbhairav - Yam Yam Yam Yaksha Roopam (lyrics) Kaala Bairavastakam. bangalore sisters Shatangayur Sukta by Uma Mohan. kalabhairava Manthra Kala Bhairava Stotrani. SRI BAIRAVAR KAVASAM. Mahakala Bhairava Mantra. Secret Kala Bhairava Mantra.