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- Chanakeshari Shrestha, who holds the Digu Bhairav as her family deity, shares that all the major ceremonies of her community, including marriages and initiations, are celebrated in front of the temple.
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- Shaivas claim that the three images in the temple are actually three Bhairavas, making the three deity forms of Shiva, rather than siblings of Krishna.
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- Living Goddess Kumari at her chariot during the Indrajatra festival, in Basantapur of Kathmandu, on Sunday, September 27, 2015. Photo: RSS. KATHMANDU: President Ram Baran Yadav paid homage to Living Goddess Kumari at a special event held at ...
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