Kaal Bhairav at Hanumandhoka (Kathmandu Darbar Square)
Bhairava is an important deity of the Newars. All the traditional settlements of Newars have at least a temple of Bhairava. Most of the temples of Bhairava in Nepal are maintained by Newar priests. There are several Bhairava temples in the Kathmandu valley.
Some of them are:
The Kala Bhairava temple in Hanuman Dhoka (Kathmandu Durbar Square) has a 12-foot (3.7 m) high stone image of Kala Bhairava sculpted in the 5th or 6th century and later rediscovered in paddy field in the 17th century CE by King Pratap Malla. It was believed that people die if they speak false in front of this sculpture. So, this temple served as the supreme court of Nepal for a long time.
Akash Bhairava (Sava Bhakku Deva or Wanga Dya)
Shanta Bhairava (Majipa Lakhey Dya)
Unmukta Bhairava (inside the Pashupatinath Temple)
Bagh Bhairava temple of Kirtipur
Batuk Bhairava temple, Lagankhel
“Kaal Bhairicha Navane Changbhale”