Bhairon Temple is located in the back side of Old Fort- the Purana Qila in Pragati Maidan, Delhi. It is also famous as- Sri Kilkari Bhairav Temple among the people residing in New-Delhi. This significant temple was established by the Pandavas, hence considered as one of the oldest and the ancient shrines of India. It was supposed that Bheem who was one of the five Pandavas venerated in this temple and attained Salvation through Moksha and Sidhi.
Architecture: According to the local devotees, there are basically, two parts of the temple, first is the Doodhiya Bhairava Temple, where milk is offered to the idol-Bhairava , and another- Kilkari Bhairava Temple, where the devotees offer alcohol to the idol.
Specialty: It is a temple which allows followers of Lord Bhairava to bring alcohol (madira) inside the main premises to offer alcohol to the main deity-Bhairava as a Prasad and Bhog.
How to reach:
By Road: Basically, there are many public and private vehicles available to reach this Temple situated near Pragati Maidan New Delhi.
By Rail: The Nearest Railway station is Delhi Railway station.
By Air: The Nearest Airport is Indira Gandhi International Airport Delhi.
Darshan: 09:30 AM to 08:00 PM
Aarti: 10:00 AM and 06:00 PM