Sarg Sri Vishnu Sahasranamam in legendary voice of M. Each and every living being is afraid of time as it spares none. Subbulakshmi ji with Lyrics. Kala Bhairava is also regarded as the guardian of Lord Shiva temples.
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Yogi and mystic, Sadhguru, looks at the importance of Kalabhairava — a fearsome form of Shiva. We also look at the significance of Kalabhairava Ashtami — the eighth day after the full moon day in the month of Kartik November-December , and the Ashtami celebrations at the Isha Yoga Center. The Kalabhairava Ashtakam audio is also included in the post. The Nirkaya Sthanam is a special water body prepared by Sadhguru for use while performing the last rites of the deceased.
Later in the day, a special arathi is performed and ellu prasadam sesame seed prasadam is distributed. The same program is conducted from 4. The Kayantha Sthanam is a crematorium operated by Isha Foundation where the significant rituals for the deceased are conducted in keeping with their true essence. The Significance of Death Rituals In the last century, certain significant rituals pertaining to the journey beyond have lost the essence that lies at their core.
Isha offers these rituals which are conducted in the spirit of a service with a powerful energy basis rather than as a commercial venture. The processes are performed with sensitivity and awareness and can ease the hearts of the family of the deceased.
The crematorium maintains two mortuary vehicles which can operate within a radius of 40 km. It also provides services such as tonsure, 16th day karma ceremony, immediate collection of ashes, and hygienic amenities. Another such process, Kalabhairava Karma is available at the Isha Yoga Center for those who wish to make use of it.
Kalabhairava Ashtakam – Lyrics In Sanskrit and English With Meaning
I salute Kalabhairava, the lord of the city of Kasi, Who shines like billions of suns, Who helps us cross the ocean of life, Who is supreme and has a blue throat, Who has three eyes and grants us our desires, Who is the death to the God of death, Who has eyes like lotus flowers, and who has the undefeatable trident. I salute Kalabhairava, the lord of the city of Kasi, Who has a spear, a noose and a stick as weapons, Who is black in color and is the primeval cause, Who is deathless and the first God, Who is free from decay and ill health, Who is the Lord, who is a great hero, And who revels in the Tandava. I salute Kalabhairava, the lord of the city of Kasi, Who fulfills desires and also grants salvation, Who is well known for his glorious face, Who is a form of Shiva, Who loves his devotees, Who is the God of the entire world, Who assumes various forms, And who has a golden waist thread, on which jingling bells are tied. I salute Kalabhairava, the lord of the city of Kasi, Who maintains the bridge of dharma in life, Who destroys paths which are not right, Who saves us from the ties of karma, Who has a shining body because of a golden rope with bells tied in various places. I salute Kalabhairava, the lord of the city of Kasi, Who has feet adorned by the shine of gem studded sandals, Who is eternal, Who is our favorite God who bestows everything, Who takes away the fear of death, And who grants them salvation by his terrible teeth. I salute Kalabhairava, the lord of the city of Kasi, Whose loud roar is enough to destroy all those created by Brahma, Whose sight is sufficient to destroy all wrongdoings, Who is crafty and strict ruler, Who can grant the eight occult powers, And who wears a garland of skulls.
The Significance of Kalabhairava [With Ashtakam Chant]
Kalabhairava Ashtakam – కాలభైరవాష్టకం