Bhairavi- Goddess Kali as the consort of Kal Bhairava| Brass Statue | Handmade

Bhairavi- Goddess Kali as the consort of Kal Bhairava| Brass Statue | Handmade

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Bhairavi- whose perplexing appearance causes Bhaya (fear) and who is the Shakti or energy of Bhairava (the wrathful form of Shiva) is one of the 10 Mahavidyas (Great Wisdoms) that emerge from the being of the Primordial Mother Durga when she needs assistance in eradicating the armies of Daityas (demons). Besides her role as an extremely powerful warrior goddess, as the embodiment of Kundalini (latent force in all humans), Bhairavi is invoked in Hindu Tantra for her blessings, to reach the pinnacle of human abilities. 

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24.00 inch Height X 12.00 inch Width X 8.00 inch Depth
14.50 kg
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In her powers and appearance, Maa Bhairavi is almost indistinguishable from Mahakali, another Mahavidya. This is because both the goddesses rule over death, and time and represent the limitlessness of the active female element- Prakriti.  As is visible in this brass idol, in most cases, Bhairavi and Kali are inseparable. The flaming tresses that frame the divine visage of Bhairavi allude to her epithet- Chidagni (the timeless fire of consciousness). With fangs peeping from her mouth, wide eyes, a yagnopavita (sacred thread) fashioned out of human skulls and the skull cap cup in her hand, Bhairavi in this brass murti represents her supremacy over fears that haunt a human being- death, decay and the frightening unknown. In her eight arms, the goddess holds different weapons that she uses from time to time to caution, combat, and expunge the maliciousness- inside and outside our existence. 


The elegant stance of Bhairavi resembles the Ardhamandala posture of the Bharatanatyam dancers. The choice of this posture for presenting Bhairavi is noteworthy. Ardhamandala due to its perfect linear alignment of the body is considered vital in awakening and releasing the dormant Kundalini Shakti. The artist of this brass statue selected this particular posture to hint at the depth of the concept that Bhairavi represents. It is through the awareness of the cosmic energies (Kundalini Jagaran) within us, that we will overcome useless fears and begin to understand the enormousness of Tripur Bhairavi- the great ruler of the Tri (three) Pur (realms). 



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