Rituals concatenated with KalaBhairavar. Worshippers also visit nearby Kaalbhairava Temples to seek blessings and to pay homage to him. People also prefer to feed Food such as- Milk, Prashad’s and Bhogs to Black Dogs. Priests/Pandits conduct various Pooja inside the temple premises with umpteen set of rituals. Peeps awake whole night to please Lord Kala bhairava.
Bhairava Ashtami falls on the same day in November–December-January. The name Kalashtami is sometimes used to refer to this day, but might also refer to any ashtami in Krishna paksha, all of which are sacred days of Bhairava, who is also called also Dandapani (as holds a rod or Danda to punish sinners) and he rides a dog he is also known as Swaswa meaning "whose horse is a dog"
'Maha Kala Bhairava Ashtami’ and what are all its benefits? Maha Kala Bhairava Ashtami is a famous Hindu festival dedicated to Kala Bhairava. It is also known as Kalashtami and Kala Ashtami.
Masik Kalashtami is observed every month during Ashtami Tithi of Krishna Paksha. Devotees offer praying to Lord Bhairav and also keep fast on these days to seek blessings from the Lord.
Those who earn the Grace of Bhairavi neither have to live in concern or fear of life or death, of poverty, or of failure. All that human beings consider as wellbeing will be theirs, if only they earn the Grace of Bhairavi. – Sadhguru
Adi Shankaracharya in the Kalabhairavar Ashtakam, is shown to be naked, black, entwined with a garland of skulls, three eyes, weapons of destruction in his four hands, and entwined with snakes.