Laat Bhairav Temple : Temple
The burqa known as Kapali Bhairav to the Puranas is especially intimate. This idol of Bhairav is a pillar, symbolized in copper and s, which is decorated with vermilion. In this way its name is loud, which is Bhairav's employee. This pillar was once in a Hindu temple complex, but during the time of Aurangzeb the temple was destroyed and this place became a Muslim grave site. However, the column was kept intelligently. The Muslims continued to permit access to the pillar and in return received the share of Prasad. The column was much longer than today. A French passenger tavernier saw the wave Bhairav in 1665 during the reign of Aurangzeb and said it was thirty-five feet high. In 1809, it was a top spot during the Hindu-Muslim riots. The surge was dragged down and its broken pieces went away. Only a stub remained, and that is, the remainder is now covered in metal and with a cloth sleeve covered on special tone, which has been honored today. After a hundred nineteen years of this violent communal disturbance, the wave Bhairava area is still sensitive to communal strife, and a police guard is permanently deployed to patrol the area of Bhairav wave. Bhairav Bhairav is popularly known as Kapila Bhairav (Puran). The main religious place is dedicated to Bhairav Nath. Its divine location of Vindhyasini Devi located near Lord Bhairav Temple This is the center of the temple, it is believed that the statue of Bhairav, kept in the temple, some length and height increases every year. Bhairav's central image pillar is in copper metal and is prone to vermicomposting why it has given names to Bhatva employees. Initially this pillar stood in a Hindu temple, but was destroyed by a ruthless Muslim monarch Aurangzeb and the place where it was handed over to Muslim communities. Due to the wisdom of some Hindus it remained intact, but some part of it was split by some Muslims. The actual length of the wave Bhairav Pillar was longer than it was today, as it is told by its French eyewitness Mr. Traveler Taavier. He described in 1665 that the length of the column was thirty-five thirty five feet.
This 1809 Hindu Muslim fell into a place during the riots and was broken into pieces and only the stub was left and this remainder is kept in the Varanasi wave Bhairav temple. Today it is covered with copper metal and is kept in the temple as well. Over the centuries, but communal violations and the wave Bhairav temple, this region is still sensitive and is susceptible to communal conflicts, but today a high security arrangement has been made to protect this spiritual Bhairav wave. Devotees get inner strength by worshiping this wave and tourists coming every year come to see this place and clean Dhup from Bhairav wave. The temple door opens around 6 a.m. and closes in the evening at 6.00 p.m. in comparison to the other temple.