Embrace the Divine Power: The Significance of Worshipping Mahakal Bhairav”
Mahakal Bhairav is a fearsome manifestation of Lord Shiva, often depicted as a fierce deity with a dark complexion, flaming hair, and a third eye. His name, ‘Mahakal,’ translates to ‘The Great Time’ or ‘The Lord of Time,’ underscoring His connection to the inexorable flow of time and the cycle of creation and destruction. Mahakal is considered Lord of Cremation Grounds, Holy Places to atone sins of past life.
Mahakal Bhairav is the guardian of devotees, offering protection from malevolent forces and negative energies. He symbolizes the relentless flow of time and the inevitability of change, serving as a reminder of life’s impermanence. Mahakal is the Deity to protect devotees from Ghost, Evil Spirits and Para normal expenses
Worshipers invoke Mahakal Bhairav’s blessings to overcome fear, anxiety, and uncertainty, finding courage in His divine presence.
His worship is believed to remove obstacles and hurdles on one’s life path, facilitating smoother journeys to success.
Devotion to Mahakal Bhairav fosters spiritual growth and inner transformation, helping individuals shed ego and attachments.
Some believe that worshiping Him aids in the cleansing of karmic imbalances, promoting karmic healing.
Mahakal Bhairav’s blessings are thought to bring material prosperity, financial stability, and success in endeavours. Devotees gain courage, confidence, and resilience, allowing them to face challenges with unwavering determination.
Havan/Homam and Arti is performed at the conclusion of Puja
Duration: 70 – 90 Minutes