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Kilkari Bhairav

Bhairav Mandir
Bhairav Mandir is situated near the Purana Qila and Pragati Maidan. This Temple is dedicated to Bhairavji, an fierce incarnation of Lord Shiva, also known as the destroyer among the Hindu trinity of Gods. The most amazing factor of this Temple is that the reigning Deity of this Temple is not offered milk as usual in Shiva Temples, instead alcohol is offered. However, a regular Temple is here called “Doodhiya Bhairav Temple”, where one can offer milk.



The legendary temples of the northeastern end of Old Fort said to have been built during the Mahabharata times by Pandavas.Its said that Bheem (one of the pandava brothers) worshipped here and got siddhis.The complete name of temple also suggests that ,its called “Pandav kaleen Sri Kilkari Bhairav Temple” . There are two temples dedicated to Bhairav ji,offering made to the residing deity is alchoal in Kilkari bhairav temple and  milk in doodhiya bhairav temple. The unique concrete cow  built here, which is under serve as water taps is interesting.

 Rules of Puja
People who have interest in Tantrik siddhis, visit here regularly.Lord Bhairav is known as granter of siddhisIf you like to offer alchoal to diety,purchase it from market first and then go to temple ,as you won’t find it in temple.
Rules of puja in the Bhairav temple are not common like in other Hindu temples,Better ask the local shopkeeper first who sells prasad outside temple or priest present in temple.

Sunday is the most crowdy day and thousands of people visit this temple on sundays.So, if you hate rushy and crowdy places , avoid visiting on sunday.
Don’t give alchoal to beggers sitting outside temple,as its against the rules and local police may harass you,if they will find you doing so.
Beware of pickpockets outside temple.
Dogs are considered as the vehicle of Lord Bhairava, so you will find many dogs in temple complex.Please don’t try to harm any dog as this may land you in trouble.

Any donations or cash, must be handed over to temple management office or should be dropped in hundi boxes.

Visiting hours in summers 5 a.m. to 12 noon and 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. in winters 6 a.m. to 12 noon and 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Hire a taxi and go .Its not far from Doula Khan

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