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Offering Milk or Wine at the Siddh Prachin Bhairon Temple on Kaal Bhairav Ashtami

₹1100 | $17

Offering Milk or Wine at the Siddh Prachin Bhairon Temple on Kaal Bhairav Ashtami

₹1100 | $17


Significance of offering Milk or Wine at the Siddh Prachin Bhairon Temple on Kaal Bhairav Ashtami


Offering either milk or wine at the Siddh Prachin Bhairon Temple on the special day of Kaal Bhaairav Ashtami is considered as very beneficial. Let’s have a look at the benefits it offers:

  • Gives free access to success in every step of life.
  • Makes the wishes of the devotees come true miraculously.
  • Gifts the devotees an ailment-free and healthy life.
  • Helps overcome legal issues.
  • The doshas of Shani and Rahu in the birth chart can be eliminated.
  • The fears from the evil powers, atma, paranormal activities can be easily eradicated from the mind and soul.
  • Makes every work of the devotees successful.
  • The issues within the family are solved.

This puja has numerous benefits and is fruitful for the people who are suffering from specific difficulties. Let’s have a look at them:

  • To overcome the negative powers of evil.
  • To suppress the dominating enemies.
  • To obtain a healthy and trouble-free life.

After the puja is completed, prasad can be obtained in the form of:


  • Phuliyan
  • Thread bracelet to be tied on the wrist.
  • Picture of Bhairon Baba.

About the Puja

Lord Bhairav is known as the Keeper of time or the Lord of time and holds a very prominent place in the Hindu Mythology. Kaal Bhairav is another name that depicts time. He is believed to protect the universe form eight directions, hence is the guardian of the universe. He is also known to protect cardinal points and is an avatar of Lord Shiva. He is very kind towards his devotees and never upsets the people who worship him with heart and soul teamed with proper rituals and devotion.

The auspicious day of Kaal Bhairav Ashtami, if a devotee offers wine or milk at the Siddh Prachin Bhairon temple, which is situated at the opposite of Pragati Maidan, outside the Purana Quila of New Delhi.

Bhaiton Temple is the only temple in the country, where alcohol is allowed as a part of the offerings. This alcohol is later distributed among the devotees in the form of prasada. If someone is reluctant to offer alcohol to the deity, in that case, the devotee can also offer milk to Lord Bhairav, which is located close to the mandir. This temple is also known as Dudhiya Bhairon Mandir.

After an order of the puja is placed, either milk or wine is offered to Lord Bhairav on the auspicious day of Kaal Bhairav Ashtami. The rituals are completed by abiding all the rules and regulations mentioned in the Vedas. After the commencement of the puja, the prasada is couriered to the respective address of the devotees.

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  • Take Utmost care that the Puja is performed at the correct time (Mahurat) for best results.
  • Provide support and guidance to our clients at every step.

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