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Bhairava (Maha Kala Bhairava) (Sanskrit: भैरव, lit. unpleasant) is a Tantric god revered by Hindus. In Shaivism, he is a furious appearance of Shiva related with obliteration In Trika framework Bhairava speaks to Incomparable Reality, interchangeable to Para Brahman. By and large in Hinduism, Bhairava is additionally called Dandapani (as he holds a bar or Danda to rebuff miscreants) and Swaswa signifying “whose vehicle is a dog”In Vajrayana Buddhism, he is viewed as a wild transmission of boddhisatva Mañjuśrī and furthermore called Heruka, Vajrabhairava and Yamantaka.
He is venerated all through India, Nepal and Sri Lanka just as in Tibetan Buddhism.Tamilnadu has the biggest number of Kala Bhairava sanctuaries in India.
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