KAILASA's Lord MahaKalabhairava

Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Devalayam

About Lord MahaKalabhairava 

Maha Kalabhairava is the ferocious form of Paramashiva

Maha Kalabhairava is Paramashiva Himself, in the most ferocious form. Maha Kalabhairava is the protector of Shiva loka
– Kailasa and the Shiva temples. He is called the Kshetrapala. . Maha Kalabhairava aka Kalabhairava is the Lord of time and space.
Kalabhairava literally means the one who is the cause of fear for Death. He is the deity that liberates a soul from the cycle of birth
and death and bestows Mukti. He is the protector of Kailasa, all the Shiva temples and the devotees. He is the protector of Dharma.

In the Scriptures

Kalabhairava Blesses You With Victory In All Endeavours

Kamikagama, Purva Pada, mantroddhara patalam, Verse – 24
Rudra Samhita, Kumara Khanda: 13th Adhyaya – Ganeshotpatti Varnanam (Sloka 20)

घकारो भैरवं ज्ञेयं मुक्ताभं शतृनाशनम ।
ङकार​: कालबीजं च कालं सर्वजयं भवेत ॥

Translation:

The letter ‘gha’ is related to Bhairava. It is in the color of pearl. It has the power of destroying the enemy. The letter ‘na’ is related Kala Deva. It is in the color of black. It has the power of bestowing victory in all endeavors. 

Apta Pramana

Apta Pramana / Sri Skanda maha Purana
Kashi khanda /Chapter 31
श्री गणेशाय नमः ।
स कोपतःसमुत्पाद्य पुरुषं भैरवाकृतिम् ।
प्राह पङ्कजजन्माऽसौ शास्यस्ते कालभैरव ।।
कालवद्राजसे यस्मात् कालराजस्ततो भवान् ।
विश्वं भर्त्तुं समर्थोऽमि भरणाद्भैरवः स्मृतः ।।
त्वत्तोभेष्यति कालोऽपि ततस्त्वं कालभैरवः ।
आमर्दयिष्यति भवान् रुष्टो दुष्टात्मनोयतः ।।
आमर्दक इकि ख्यातिं ततः सर्वत्र यास्यति ।
यतः पापानि भक्तानां भक्षयिष्यति तत्क्षणात् ।।
पापभक्षण इत्येतत्तव नाम भविष्यति ।
या मे मुक्तिपुरी काशी सर्वेभ्याऽपि गरीयसी ।।
आधिपत्यञ्च तस्यान्ते कालराज! सदैव हि ।
तत्र ये पापकर्त्तारस्तेषां शास्ता त्वमेब हि ।।
शुभाशुभं न तत् कर्म चित्रगुप्तो लिखिष्यति ।
एतान् वरान् प्रगृह्याथ तत्क्षणात् कालभैरवः ।।
वामा- ङ्गुलिनखाग्रेण चकर्त्त च शिरोविधेः ।
यदङ्गमपराध्नोति कार्य्यन्तस्यैव शासनम् ।।
अतो येन कृता निन्दा तच्छि- न्नं पञ्चमं शिरः ।
यज्ञमूर्त्तिधरो विष्णुस्ततस्तुष्टाव शङ्करम् ।।

Kalabhairava stands on the kala chakra – the cycle of time. He is the Lord of time. He stands in the Present, in between the Past and future. He is the Lord of space and all the Akashik records. He holds the Trishul and protects His devotees. He brings completion in everyone’s life. He removes all negativity, adharma and all black magic. Even His feet dust liberates everyone.

Lord Kalabhairava Bestows Abundance And Wealth

Kalabhairava Ashtakam – verse 4

भुक्तिमुक्तिदायकं प्रशस्तचारुविग्रहं
भक्तवत्सलं स्थितं समस्तलोकविग्रहम्
(Salutations to Sri Kalabhairava) Who is the Giver of Worldly Prosperity and Liberation and Who has an Auspicious Pleasing Form. Who is Kind and Loving to His Devotees and Who Stands Firm as the Deity of All the Lokas.

Dimensions Of Lord Kalabhairava

Kalabhairava Ashtakam verse -6 

मृत्युदर्पनाशनं करालदंष्ट्रमोक्षणं

Destroys the Pride of Death (manifested as Fear within us) and Whose Large Terrible Fangs Liberate us (from the Fear of Death).

Dimensions Of Lord Kalabhairava

Kalabhairava ashtakam verse – 7

दृष्टिपातनष्टपापजालमुग्रशासनम् ।
अष्टसिद्धिदायकं कपालमालिकाधरं

Whose Terrific Glance Destroys the Net of the Powerful and Mighty Rule of Sins (in our mind). Who Bestows the Eight Siddhis and Who Wear a Garland of Skulls.

Dimensions Of Lord Kalabhairava

Kalabhairava ashtakam verse -9

शोकमोहदैन्यलोभकोपतापनाशनं
प्रयान्ति कालभैरवांघ्रिसन्निधिं नरा ध्रुवम् ॥९॥

And Which Destroys (mental) Sorrows and Afflictions, Delusions and Infatuations, Wretchedness and Depressions, Passions and Anger and (mental) Heat and Burns. And after Death the Devotee will Surely Attain the Feet of Sri Kalabhairava.

Worship His Powerful Form

Worshipping Him heals nervous
disorders. He averts all problems
and accidents in life.

The Maha Kalabhairava Deity in Adi Kailasa Nithyananda Peetam
is extremely powerful. With the Prana Pratishta done by His Divine Holiness  Himself, He is a living deity directly responding to the prayers of the devotees.  All the Deities of ShriKailasa to which His Divine Holiness  has done Prana Pratishta, are in continuous entanglement with Paramashiva Himself – His Divine Holiness. Hence when we entangle ourselves with these deities installed by His Divine Holiness, we also get entangled with The Avatar directly.

The result of Entanglement with His Divine Holiness is always Enlightenment and manifestation of the state, space, powers, being and Super Consciousness of Paramashiva. When the live darshan of Lord Kalabhairava from ShriKailasa is played in your workplace or living place, that place is filled with the sannidhya – Divine presence of Lord Kalabhairava and thereby acts as a catalyst in altering your inner space as well. Literally your home becomes a temple – an intense spiritual energy hub. That becomes the source of all auspiciousness and energy. All your prayers, desires and realities start manifesting without any obstacle by the grace and blessings of Lord Kalabhairava.

 

Kaala is the dimension of universe where universes, big bangs, black holes, planets, suns, moons, stars, everything come to exist, exist for zillions of yugas and years and dissolve simultaneously, spontaneously without time gap chronologically, Now!

 

~ HDH NITHYANANDA PARAMASHIVAM

HDH Nithyananda Paramashivam’s Message

Happening of Lord KalabhairavaOn Kalabhairava Jayanti day (22 December 2014)

Ask the Deity

Get readings and answers directly from Lord MahaKalabhairava 

The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism, Jagatguru Mahasannidhanam His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam has blessed the whole humanity with the sacred gift of “Deity Reading” The ordained priest of ShriKailasa who is initiated by His Divine Holiness Swamiji into the “Deity Reading”, gets into the space of Oneness with The Avatar and connects to the deity installed by The Avatar.

All the deities in the temples of ShriKailasa across the globe, to which His Divine Holiness  has done Prana Pratishta, are in continuous entanglement with Paramashiva Himself – His Divine Holiness. The ordained priest, by the power of ’s deeksha also gets into entanglement with His Divine Holiness during the time of “Deity reading”. As a result, the priest resonates in the same frequency and space of the deity. In that sacred space, the prayers of the devotees are read out by the priest to the Deity. The priest receives the answer from the Deity and reads that out back to the devotee. The priest becomes a channel for the deity to reply to the prayers of the devotees.

Through this Deity readings, His Divine Holiness has created a great opportunity to get real-time real answers from the deities. When you attend the session of Deity reading, you get the blessing of Nayanadeeksha of the deity. It means – the graceful eyes of the deity falls on you and your home. By attending the session, you will get opportunity of lifetimes to get real-time solutions from Gods of Kailasa. You will also be blessed with the Shaktinipata – entanglement with the deity and be initiated into the personal sacred connection with the deity, which, but for the grace of the Avatar HDH , would take thousands of years of spiritual practice.

Offerings & Sevas

Connect with  Lord MahaKalabhairava through Worship Homa, Puja, Archana

भुक्तिमुक्तिदायकं प्रशस्तचारुविग्रहं
भक्तवत्सलं स्थितं समस्तलोकविग्रहम्

Sa Sarva-Vighnair-Na Baadhyate |
Sa Sarvatra Sukham-Edhate |
Sa Pan.ca-Mahaa-Paapaat-Pramucyate |

(Salutations to Sri Kalabhairava) Who is the Giver of Worldly Prosperity and Liberation and Who has an Auspicious Pleasing Form. Who is Kind and Loving to His Devotees and Who Stands Firm as the Deity of All the Lokas.

– Kalabhairava Ashtakam – verse 4

सर्वत्राधीयानोऽपविघ्नो भवति ।
धर्मार्थकाममोक्षं च विन्दति ॥१३॥

Mrtyu-Darpa-Naashanam Karaala-Damssttra-Mokssannam

Destroys the Pride of Death (manifested as Fear within us) and Whose Large Terrible Fangs Liberate us (from the Fear of Death).

– Kalabhairava Ashtakam verse -6 

Naivedyams for Lord MahaKalabhairava

Food offerings that can be cooked and offered to the deity of Lord MahaKalabhairava

Naivedyam for Lord MahaKalabhairava 

Black Gram (Urad Dal) Vada

A tangy rice dish made with channa and urad dals, infused with the flavor of tamarind pulp. Tamarind rice is actually a north Indian version of Pulihora or Puliyodharayi, where the term ‘Puli’ means something sour. Tamarind here is the sour ingredient. This is a perfect meal to cook when you want something light, easy and quick.

Ingredients

  • ½ padi Rice
  • 1½ padi Water
  • 3 palam Gingely oil

For Tamarind Paste:

  • ½ padi Water
  • 6 palam Tamarind pulp
  • 1½ palam  Salt

Method

1. Heat the water and mix the rice and boil till it gets cooked properly. Drain the excess water. Put the rice on a clean stone surface.When the rice is still hot add the gingelly oil and keep mixing with your hands.

2. Take a lead coated vessel, add the tamarind and water. Squeeze the tamarind as much u can and extract the juice out of it. Discard the seed and pulp. Take the crystal salt and powder it. Add it to the tamarind juice.

3. Take a brass vessel and heat the oil till it gets medium heated. Add red chilly, mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds and asafoetida and temper based on the way prescribed in recipe no. 22.

4. To the above tempered mixture add turmeric powder and curry leaves and mix it gently.

5. Then add the tamarind mixture and stir continuously till all the water gets completely absorbed into the mixture.

6. The end mixture should be very thick in consistency. Add the paste to the rice kept on a stone surface and mix it gently .

7. If we tie the mixture in an areca leaf(palm leaf) it will stay good for 10-15 days.

Naivedyam for Lord MahaKalabhairava 

Black Sesame Seed Laddu

Appam is a type of pancake, originating from South India, made with fermented rice batter and coconut milk, common in Kerala, Sri Lanka, Tamil Nadu. It is eaten most frequently for breakfast or dinner. Plain Appam or Vella Appam are bowl-shaped thin pancakes made from fermented rice flour.

Ingredients

  • 1 padi Semolina
  • ½ palam Salt
  • 40 palam Jaggeryur

    Method

    1. Boil 1 padi water in a stove.  Put semolina in the boiling water and stir well without forming lumps and close it.  After it is cooked ¾th, add salt, jaggery and mash well.  Add wheat flour and mash well.  Remove from fire and keep it on a tray. 

    2. Knead everything together in the tray.  Take a lemon sized ball and keep it on the palm of the hand in an oiled banana leaf and spread it round in shape.  Fry it in ghee or oil and cook it well.  This appam can also be made with rice flour.


    3. You can use jackfruit or white pumpkin to make this appam.  Cut these fruits into smaller pieces and boil.  After it is almost done, add salt, jaggery and mash well.  Remove from fire.  Add ½ padi wheat flour and knead well.  Follow the procedure for the rest of th

    4. To the above tempered mixture add turmeric powder and curry leaves and mix it gently.

    5. Then add the tamarind mixture and stir continuously till all the water gets completely absorbed into the mixture.

    6. The end mixture should be very thick in consistency. Add the paste to the rice kept on a stone surface and mix it gently .

    7. If we tie the mixture in an areca leaf(palm leaf) it will stay good for 10-15 days.

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