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Shri Dev Bhairav Mandir is a temple located at Sadanand Wadi, Mandvi, Ratnagiri in Ratnagiri. Shri Dev Bhairav Mandir is the Demy God from the lineage of Lord Shiva. The ancient temple of Shri Bhairav is constructed by Gujar family members. Dev Bhairav is a prime God for the people of Rajasthan state. This God is known by two names in Rajasthan as “Kalbhairav” and “Gorabhairav”. Not only Hindus but also devotees from Jain and Islam religion worship Dev Bhairav. Dev Bhairav is also known as “Ashtabhairav” in Indian scriptures. “Ashta” is a Sanskrit word which means eight. This God is having eight different names as follows Asitang, Sanhar, Ruru, Kal, Krodh, Tamrachood, Chandrachood, Mahabhairav. Gujar family members were very brave and warrior-like Chouhan, Rajput, Parmar and Rathod families from Rajasthan. During the attack by Mughals, these families shifted towards the southern part of India. Out of these Gujar and Aangre settled down near to the west coast of India. After the death of Chhatrapati. For the purpose of carrying on the business five Gujar families settled down at Ratnagiri and they constructed the temple of God Bhairav and Lord Vitthal at Ratnagiri. All these Sawant family members were devoted of God Bhairav. There is a home of Shri. Kakasaheb Gujar in the premises of Shri. Bhairav Temple. The Bhairi Temple is constructed much before the Lord Vitthal Temple. During there rule many festivals were organized in the Brairav Temple. People from Ratnagiri believe in Dev Bhairav and many devotees take an active part in the celebration of all the festivals. In the year 1976, there was an authorized Trust named ‘Shri Dev Bhairee, Jogeshwari, Navalai-Pawanai, Trunabindukeshwar Trust’ was formed. This trust was registered in the year 1976. Dev Bhairav is a prime God for the people of Rajasthan state. This God is known by two names in Rajasthan as Kalbhairav and Gorabhairav. Not only Hindus but also devotees from Jain and Islam religion worship Dev Bhairav. Dev Bhairav is also known as “Ashtabhairav” in Indian scriptures. Every year the temple trustee celebrates many festivals. Some of them are Chitra Poornima (The very first day of Hindu calendar). Narali Poornima (A special festival of fishermen) Navaratri (A festival of Goddess Jogeshwari) Kartikee Ekadashi Dipawali (the festival of light) Dattajayanti (the birthday of Lord Datta) Bhairav Jayanti ( the birthday of Dev Bhairav) Holi