Mahakal Bhairav: Bhiarava has eight appearances. One of them is Kal Bhairav. Bhairava is a Hindu deity. In Hinduism, He is a fierce manifestation of Shiva. The word Bhiru mean fearful and Bhairava means “terribly fearful form”. It means someone who destroys fear or one who is beyond fear, the correct is that he protects his devotees from dreadful enemies, greed, lust, and anger. Bhairava protects his devotees from these enemies. In Vajrayana Buddhism, Bhairava is considered a fierce emanation of Manjushri. Bhairava is also called Heruka, Vajrabhairava, and Yamantaka. Buddhist adopted Bhairava as a deity and Dharmapala or dharma protector.
Material: It is Copper with Gold plaited.
Dimension: Around 27 cm Height
Time to make: 2 to 3 months
Weight: 2.893 kg