Sri Kilkari Baba Bhaironath Ji Pandavo Kalin Mandir, Sri Kilkari Bhairav Temple, Bhairon Temple
New Delhi, New Delhi
Located at outside of the Purna Qila (Old Fort) opposite Pragati Maidan, Bhairon Temple or Kilkaari Baba Bhairav Naath Mandir is a famous temple dedicated to Lord Kala Bhairava, a fierce incarnation of Lord Shiva. Believed to be built by Pandavas, Bheem used to worship in this temple and attainded Siddhis. The temple lies in the backyard of Purana Qila, the castle of the Pandavas. There are two wings in the temple - one called as 'Doodhiya Bhairava Temple' where milk is offered & the other ‘Kilkari Bhairava Temple’ where alcohol is offered.
According to the temple legends, once the Goddess Vaishno entered a cave keeping 'Veer-Langur' to guard the entrance and instructed to not allow anyone inside. When Lord Bhairav tried to enter the cave, Goddess took the form of 'Chandi' and killed him. The head separated from body fell to the place now called Bhairav Ghati where the temple has been constructed. Later, Goddess took pity on Bhairav and gave him a boon of liberation. Later, Bheem es...View more
ablished the idol of Bhairav in this temple only having the head with two big blue eyes along with a trident in hand.
Built in North Indian style of architecture, Marble is used extensively in the interiors of this temple. All the idols found in this temple are constructed in marble. The idol of Lord Bhairav, have only the face with two big blue eyes and a trident.
Timings : Monday to Saturday - 05:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 03:00 PM to 09:00 PM.
Sunday - 05:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Need to wear good clothes and avoid shorts for men
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Outside Purna Qila (Old Fort) opposite Pragati Maidan Gate No-1, New Delhi 110001
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Morning pooja starts from 05:30 AM onwars
Bhairon Temple is the only temple where devotees offer alcohol to the deity. This alcohol is then distributed to the devotees as the local Prasad. Meat & sometimes live chickens are also offered.
Worshippers must carry liquor if they wish to present it as an offering as it is not sold here.