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Kalabhairavam by Guruguha (Muttuswami Dikshitar)


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Pallavī: I adore Kālabhairava, Who resides incessantly in Kāśī (Vārāṇasī) , and Who is the Lord of the ghosts.

Anupallavī: I adore Kālabhairava, Who has a monodent, a cakra, a rope and punishment in hands, and Who is auspicious against the resistance that is caused by sorrow and attachment.

Caraṇa: I adore Kālabhairava, Whose grey body is adored by Nārada and others, Who has a colorful jane∙ū of snake, Who is deft in giving hardest punishments, Who is dear to ‘Guruguha’, Who is without clothes, Who destroyed the head of Brahmā, Who bestows the desired wishes after directed meditation, Who is very composed, Who carried the skull of Vidhi (Brahmā), and Whose lotus-feet is served by Indra (i.e., Devarāja).[1]


Poet: Muttusvāmī Dīkṣitar

Translator: Animesh Kumar

Submitter: Animesh Kumar


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