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Kindly inform khala bhairavar temple around in chennai.

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Asked by sanjeevi manikandan, 29 Apr '08 01:32 pm
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Sri Vaaleeswarar Temple at Ramagiri

Location: This place, also called Kaalinga Madu Karai or Thirukkaarikkarai is in the Chennai - Thirupathi route, after Suruttappalli and Nagalapuram, about 5 km from Nagalapuram. Picturesque mountains and sylvan scenery add beauty to the place.
Main Deity: Sri Vaaleeswarar and Goddess Sri Maragadhambikai. Though this is a Shiva temple, the prime deity here is Sri Kala Bhairavar, also called as Santhaana Praapthi Bhairavar.
Legend: At the behest of Rama, Anjaneya was making his way by air with a Shivalingam taken from Kasi to Rameswaram to be installed there. He was surprisingly confronted by strange and dry weather and scorching sun premeditated by Lord Kalabhairava, who wanted the Linga to be installed right here at his place. Unaware of this and driven by thirst Lord Anjaneya went on screening the whole area for water until finally found a beautiful calm cool pond. As the Linga was not to be placed anywhere before Rameswaram He looked for some ...more
Answered by Thiagarajan, 13 Jun '08 05:48 pm

 
  
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A new temple has been consecrated and dedicated to Lord Bhairava in Ichankarnai( Behind Mahindra world city). It is situated in a large premise and dedicated only to lord bhairava.....
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Answered by Prakash, 25 Oct '12 11:48 am

 
  
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