Kala Bhairaveshwara Temple Puja- Remove unstable circumstances, Bless disease-free life
Kala Bhairaveshwara Temple is an ancient temple located in Karnataka, India. As per myth, it is believed that Lord Shiva killed two demons are church and demon kancha here. After that, Lord Shiva gave the place to Siddha yogi who established a Natha tradition. Lord Shiva also guided him to disseminate the righteousness in society. The temple is also called as Sri Adichunchanagiri temple. The presiding deity of the temple is Lord Gangadhareshwara. Lord Shiva the god of destruction, takes the form of Lord Bhairava to put an end to evil spirits, destroy negative energies and establish pure and positive ambiance, in the universe. Lord Bhairava is an aggressive and fearful god of armor. Kala Bhairava manifested in eight forms Ashta Bhairava that are eight avatars of Kalabhairava, a fierce form of Lord Shiva. They control the eight directions of the universe and each of them is married to Ashta Matrikas. The eight bhairavas represent the five elements of nature, sky, air, fire, water, and earth and the other three represent the sun, moon, and Atma (soul). Worship of Lord Bhairava leads to success, superior progeny, prosperity, eradicates debts and liabilities, prevents premature death and begets time management skills and prosperity.
Bless Self-consciousness, impressive appearance, Remove aversion
Bless conscience, Remove evil theory, malefic effects
Bless Healthy Life, Remove Ignorance
Liberation from a downtrend, Remove hurdles, troubles
Resolve financial indebtedness, Bless Wealth and Prosperity
Remove unstable circumstances, Bless disease-free life
Uchhi Kala Puja
Kala Santhi Puja
Auspicious festival Kala Bhairava jayanthi, Kalahastami celebrated in this temple.
Temple Opening Time
Morning: 7.00 AM to 12.30 PM
Evening: 3.00 PM to 7.00 PM