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Kal Bhairav Temple is known as the most ancient temple of Varanasi located near the VishesharGanj. Kalbhairav temple is located at K-32/22 Bharath, Vishweshwarganj, Varanasi. God KalBhairav is believed to be the “Kotwal of Sati pind”. Without his permission, no one can even touch to the Sati pind.

how can you reach this temple
By Surface Transport

The nearest railway station to kaal bhairav temple is Varanasi Railway Station which is 3 km away from Kaal Bhairav Temple.

By Air

The nearest airport to Kaal Bhairav Temple is the varanasi airport , Varanasi which is 21 km away from Kaal Bhairav Temple .

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Kal Bhairav Temple Varanasi

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Temple Legend

Long ago many great saints went to the Sumeru Mountain in order to know from Lord Brahma that who is eternal and supreme power. Lord Brahma stated that he was the superior person. Lord Vishnu (also known as the Yagyeshwar or Narayan) was not agreed with the quick and impudent decision of the Lord Brahma. Both, Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu went to the four Vedas for the answer of the same question. Rig Veda answered that the Rudra is supreme as He has the power to control all living beings. Yajur Veda answered that Lord Shiva is supreme as He could be worshipped by various Yagnas . Sam Veda declared that Triambakam is supreme as He is worshipped by a variety of Yogis and can control the entire world. Atharva Veda answered that Lord Shankar is supreme as He can eliminate all the troubles of human beings. All of the four Vedas declared that Lord Shiva is the ultimate supreme.

Extra Information

Kaal Bhairav is believed to be the Kotwal of Varanasi and everyone who wants to live in Varanasi need to take his permission to live in the city. He is also believed to be the Kotwal of "Sati pind” and without his permission no one can touch the "Sati pind". Kaal Bhairav protects its devotees from all the problems

Timings and Events
Timings

Opening time of the temple is: 5:00 am to 1:30 pm and 4:30 pm to 9:30 pm

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