Dasa Bhairava Temple

Dasa Bhairava Temple

Explore the ineffable grandeur of Lord Shiva and Goddess Shakthi, whose divine essence defies human comprehension, akin to the boundless depths of the ocean. Among their countless avatars, the Dasa Mahavidyas and their companions, the Dasa Bhairavas, hold a prominent place. Bhairava, revered for his benevolent nature and swift fulfillment of desires, is worshipped through sacred rituals like Bhairava Anushtanam in traditions including Kaula Chara, Vamachara, and Aghora. Devotees seeking both material abundance and spiritual enlightenment find solace in the worship of Bhairava and his manifestations, as they navigate the journey towards fulfillment and divine grace.


Who is Bhairava?
                            Viswasya Bharanat
                            Ramanat Vamanat ।
                            Shristri Stiti Samharakari
                            Paramashivaha ।।

Bhairava, the divine embodiment of Lord Shiva, is revered as the creator, destroyer, and preserver of the universe, adorning it with his omnipotent presence.

According to Skanda and Padma Purana, Bhairava is the direct incarnation of Shiva. Tantra Shastra emphasizes his ability to bestow life force and withdraw it effortlessly. While Northern India worships Shiva as Bhairava, Southern India venerates him simply as Shiva.

Important Note

Only from Siddhagurus or Enlightened masters should a seeker learn the worship of these Dasa Bhairava and Dasa Mahavidya deities. He should become a disciple and follow the Guru's instructions exactly as they are. Dasa Mahavidya and Dasa Bhairava mantras contains 'Beejaksharam,' that ought to be chanted flawless.

World’s first 7 Feet Dasa Bhairava Idols

Ramaneswaram, founded by Siddhaguru Sri Ramanananda Maharshi in 2015, is a rare pilgrimage site for varied deities and Siddhagurus. It possibly stands as the only pilgrimage featuring towering Dasa Bhairava Idols, each measuring 7 feet in height.

Upon entering the main arch of the temple, devotees are greeted by the Adiparashakti Sannidhanam on the right, where they offer prayers through Kumkum pooja. Moving to the left, they immerse themselves in the divine presence of Navadurgas and the Dasa Mahavidyas, alongside their consorts, the Dasa Bhairavas. Here, the Dasa Bhairava deities are consecrated in marble stone form according to Tantric sciences. Siddhaguru Sri Ramanananda Maharshi consecrated these idols on December 7th, 2023. Each deity possesses unique prowess and grants wishes to their devotees accordingly, fostering a sacred bond between worshippers and the divine.

✼ Dasa Bhairava Anushtanam ✼

Click on each Dasa Bhairava to perceive their absolute wisdom