we move a little further off, leaving that hoary Kashta Mandap, we come across a
gigantic figure of Kala Bhairav mounted on a 12-foot high stone plaque. By its
unusual size and fearful facial gestures, it strikes terror into the minds of
the beholders: It is nothing but a true representation of Kali, the dearest
spouse of Lord Maheswar. It is quite dreadful with its six arms, holding potent
weapons, making it more terrific with her neck adorned with a string of human
skulls, artistically executed, and standing upon a naked demon, lying prostrate.
It symbolizes the universal truth of the inevitability of inexorable justice
evil never goes scot free , but it gets trampled upon and crushed to the last
drop of blood at the right time. This again is the Hindu belief represented and emphasized
through this marvelous statue.