For troubles created by Rahu

A Simple but powerful Mantra

  “Om rum raahave namah”  

Recital : at least one mala a day, more if possible for 40 days and make an offering in a temple at the end to finish it. The offering can be simple, even a flower is fine.

Courtesy

Rohini.Gupta

GLOSSARY (Pronunciation)

rum is pronounced as rum

A Like in ‘but’

Aa Like in ‘Far’

Ai Like in ‘hair’

Ey Like in Whey

I Like in ‘Pin’

Oo Like in ‘Shoot’

Oon ‘n’ has got a nasal sound.

U Like in ‘Put’

KAAL  BHAIRAV PRAYER

This prayer is  basically an invocation. If you have a knowledge of Hindi you would be able to get the purport even though you may not be able to translate it word for word.

Some key words:

eg: Devaa Spiritual Being

Paavana is Pure

Krupaakaram is Granter of Grace

Nilakantha-Blue throated

Trilochanam-Three-eyed

BhuktiMukkti-Grants Devotion and Liberation

Devaraajasevyamaana paavanaanghripankajam 
Vyaalayagyasuutra mindushekharam Krupaakaram 
Naaradaadiyogi vrundavanditam Digambaram 
Kaashikaapuraadhinaatha kaalabhairavam Bhaje .. 1 

Bhaanukoti bhaasvaram Bhavaab dhitaarakam 
Param Niilakantha miipsitaar thadaayakam Trilochanam

Kaalakaala mambujaakshamaksha shuulamaksharam 
Kaashikaapuraadhinaathakaalabhairavam Bhaje .. 2 

rabhum Vichitrataandava priyam 
KaashikaapuraadhinShuulatankapaasha dandapaani maadikaaranam 
Shyaamakaayamaadi devamaksharam Niraamayam 
Bhiimavikramam Paatha kaalabhairavam Bhaje .. 3 

Bhuktimukti daayakam Prashastachaaru vigraham 
Bhaktavatsalam Sthitam Samastaloka vigraham 
Vinikvanan manogyahema kinkiniila satkatim 
Kaashikaapuraadhinaatha kaalabhairavam Bhaje .. 4 

Dharmasetupaalakam Svadharmamaarga naashanam 
Karmapaasha mochakam Susharma dhaayakam Vibhum

Svarnavar na sheshhapaasha shobhi taangamandalam 
Kaashikaapuraadhinaatha kaalabhairavam Bhaje .. 5 

Ratnapaadukaaprabhaa bhiraamapaada yugmakam 
Nityamadvitiiyamishhta daivatam Nira.Njanam. 
Mrutyudarpanaashanam Karaaladamshhtramokshanam

Kaashikaapuraadhinaatha kaalabhairavam Bhaje .. 6 

Attahaasabhinna padmajaandakoshasamtatim Drushhtipaattanashhtapaapajaalamugrashaasanam 
Ashhtasiddhidaayakam Kapaalamaalikaadharam 
Kaashikaapuraadhinaatha kaalabhairavam Bhaje .. 7 

apuBhuutasa Nghanaayakam Vishaalakiirtidaayakam 
Kaashivaasaloka punyapaapashodhakam Vibhum 
Niitimaarga kovidam Puraatanam Jagatpatim 
Kaashikaraadhinaatha kaalabhairavam Bhaje .. 8  

Phalastuti

Kaalabhairavaashhtakam Pathanti Ye Manoharam 
Gyaana mukti saadhanam Vichitrapunyav ardhanam 
Shokamoha bhaiaravaadainyalobhak opataapanaashanam
Prayaanti Kaalabhaiaravaam ghrisannidhim Naraa Dhruvam  

GLOSSARY (Pronunciation)

A Like in ‘but’

Aa Like in ‘Far’

Ai Like in ‘hair’

Ey Like in Whey

I Like in ‘Pin’

Oo Like in ‘Shoot’

Oon ‘n’ has got a nasal sound.

U Like in ‘Put’

SANSKRIT

Sanskrit believes that the sound of the word never gets ruined and that it has an everlasting value.

Words in Sanskrit open out from their seed (beej) form.

A root is always a single syllable that contains one of the basic sounds a, I, u, ri

The root or seed may create a word, yet the word will vibrate to its best, and gives it tremendous power.

The Vedic or the Sanskrit view gives more importance to the special sound it should produce, than to the meaning of the spoken word.