Magha Snana Mantras – Prayers or Stotras to chant during Maagha Snanam

Maagha Snan or Magha Snanam is the auspicious deed performed by a most of the Hindus during Magha month. There are some particular mantras recited or chanted during Magha Snan – the mantra to chant before entering into water for Magh Snan, Magha Snan Sankalp Mantra, mantra to recite during the Magh Snan, and prayer […]

Uttarayana Punyakalam Tharpana Sankalpa Mantras – 14 January 2017

Uttarayana Punyakalam Tharpana Sankalpa Mantras for 2017 are given here. 14 January 2017 is an auspicious day to perform Uthrayana Punya kalam Tharpana. Uttarayana Punyakalam Tharpana Sankalpa Mantras – 14 January 2017 (Makara Ravi Sankramanam Mantras) Durmukhinama samvathsare ,Uttaraayane  , hemantha  rithou, Makara  mase , Krishna  pakshe, Dwitheeyayam      punya thidhou , Sthira   vasara yukthayam, […]

Eka Sloka Bhagvad Gita, Bhagvad Gita in one Slokam

Bhagvad Gita, the prominent Hindu Scripture and one of the best illustrated ancient scriptures in the world, has several hundreds of Slokas. Eka Sloka Bhagvad Gita explains the whole Bhagvad Gita in one single verse. Yathra Yogeswarah Krishno yathra Partho dhanurdarah Tathra shirr vijayobhuthir dhruvaneethir mathirmama It means ‘Where there is Krishna, Yoga’s Lord, and […]

Samhara Bhairava Mantra

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Sri Samhara Bhairava is the eighth and last form of Ashtabhairava Murthi, eight manifestations of Lord Bhairava. Samhara Bhairava appears like lightening and carries the weapons same as those of Unmattha Bhairava and rides on a dog. Consort of Samhara Bhairava is Goddess Chandi. Vahana of Samhara Bhairava – Dog Direction – North East Temple dedicated to Samhara […]

Bhishana Bhairava Mantra

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Sri Bhishana Bhairava is the seventh form of Ashtabhairava Murthi, eight manifestations of Lord Bhairava. Bhishana Bhairava appears red in colour and carries the weapons same as those of Unmatta Bhairava and rides on corpse. Consort of Bhishana Bhairava is Chamundi Maa. Vahana of Bhishana Bhairava – Lion Direction – North Temple dedicated to Bhishana Bhairava – Rameswaram, […]

Kapala Bhairava Mantra

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Sri Kapala Bhairava is the sixth form of Ashtabhairava Murthi, eight manifestations of Lord Bhairava. Sri Kapala Bhairava appears Yellow in complexion, carries the same weapons like that of Unmatta Bhairava and rides on an elephant. Consort of Kapala Bhairava is Indrani Mata. Vahana of Kapala Bhairava – Elephant Direction – North West Temple dedicated to Kapala Bhairava – […]

Krodha Bhairava Mantra

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Sri Krodha Bhairava is the fourth form of Ashtabhairava Murthi, eight manifestations of Lord Bhairava. Krodha Bhairava appears grey in colour and carries khetaka, a long sword and axe and rides on an eagle. Consort of Krodha Bhairava is Vaishnavi Mata. Vahana of Krodha Bhairava – Garuda (Eagle) Direction – South West Temple dedicated to Krodha Bhairava – Thiruvisanallur […]

Chanda Bhairava Mantra

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Sri Chanda Bhairava is the third form of Ashtabhairava Murthi, eight manifestations of Lord Bhairava. Chanda Bhairava appears blue with a pleasant face. Bhagavan carries agni, shakti (spear), gada and kunda and rides on a Peacock. Consort of Chanda Bhairava is Koumari Mata. Vahana of Chanda Bhairava – Peacock Direction – South Temple dedicated to Chanda Bhairava – Vaitheeswaran Koil near […]

Ruru Bhairava Mantra

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Ruru Bhairava is the second form of Ashtabhairava Murthi, eight manifestations of Lord Bhairava. Ruru Bhairava appears in white colour with many ornaments decked with rubies. Carries akshamala , the ankusha, a pustaka (book) and a veena and rides on a Bull. Consort of Ruru Bhairava is Maheshwari. Vahana of Ruru Bhairava – Rishabham (Ox) Direction […]

Asitanga Bhairava Mantra

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Asitanga Bhairava is the first of Ashtabhairava Murthi, eight manifestations of Lord Bhairava. Asitanga Bhairava: He appears in golden hue, carries four weapons namely trishula, damaru, pasha and khadga (sword) and rides on a Swan. Sri Asithaanga Bhairava appears with His consort Brahmi and Vahana – Swan (nnam) and in the direction towards the East. The […]