Figured as one of the one of the 51 shakti peethas of Goddess Durga, Bhairav Parvat sanctuary is an exceptionally adored journey in Madhya Pradesh. The sanctuary situated on the banks of the waterway shipra on top of Bhairav slopes. As per legends, amid the occasion when Lord Shiva was conveying the cadaver of his significant other Sati, her upper lip feel in a similar place where the sanctuary at present stands, and the god is revered here as Avanti (Modest) and Shiva as Lambakarna (Long eared one). The divinity is additionally referred to the nearby aficionados as Garhkalika.
Avanti or Bhairav Parvat Shakti Peeth is among the 51 Shakti Peeth of Maa Sati. It is said that, the upper lip of Sati fell here, when ruler Vishnu to assuage master Shiva from sorrow of losing his significant other, utilized his ‘Sudarshan Chakra’ to chisel Maa Sati Body. At that point, at the place of fall of lips, a sanctuary was developed. It is situated in the well known and sacred city of India, Ujjain. Ujjain is a little city that predominantly houses sanctuary and it is situated in the condition of Madhya Pradesh. This sanctuary is situated on the banks of stream known as “Shipra” and bordering it are the Bhairav slopes. Here the icon of Maa Sati is called as Avanti and the master Shiva is revered as ‘Lambakarna’.
The entire structure of the sanctuary is made of special stones having diverse hues, the rooftops and dividers are engraved with such wonderful stones and introduces beautiful perspectives. An icon is kept inside this sanctuary and it is constantly secured with red fabrics. Regular supplications and different customs are performed in this sanctuary.