Deities of Siddha Bhairavi Temple
The idol of Goddess Bhairavi, installed in the garbhagriha of the temple, has been constructed in crude fashion. The idol of the goddess is depicted having one leg and four hands. A legendary fable narrates that several years ago the idol was discovered from a ploughed field. Later it was installed in the temple sanctum sanctorum in 1937. Besides its presiding deity the temple also enshrines within its complex 108 sub shrines of several gods and goddesses of the Hindu pantheon. The 12 Jyotirlingas, Dashavatara, Meenakshi, Vaishno Devi, Ranganatha, Venkateshwara and Badrinath are some of the distinguished images firmly footed in the temple premises portraying the same divinity with which it was installed years back.
The temple complex also houses a huge shrine in the vicinity of the main building, dedicated to Lord Jagannath along with his siblings. Hordes of pilgrims throng the premises of the temple on Tuesdays and on the Sankranti days of every month.
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