The Name Is Barbarika and breif about him is given below :-
Barbarika (Barbarīka) Barbarika was the son of(Son of Bhima) and Princess , daughter of Daitya Moora, though other references state that he was a warrior from the south. He is not a character who appears in the original Mahabharata, likely retroactively added to certain traditions through .[ ] Barbarika was originally a , reborn as a man. He was bound by his principle of always fighting on the weaker side, which led him to stand witness to the without taking part in it.
In, Kirati king , is believed to be the Barbarik of Mahabharata, son of Ghatotkach and grandson of Bheem. Barbarik had the dubious honor of being slain in the battle of the Mahabharata, in which gods and mortals fought alongside each other. Legend credits him with meeting Indra, the lord of heaven, who ventured into the Valley in human guise, while natives of the portray him as .
In, Barbarika is worshipped as Khatu Shyam in , and in , he is worshipped as Baliyadev and is believed to have been sacrificed before the Mahabharata war to ensure the victory of his grandfathers, the . In return for his sacrifice, he was deified by .
Other Names of Them Are :-
- Barbarika: Khatushyam’s childhood name was Barbarika. His mother and relatives used to call him by this name before the name Shyam given by Krishna.
- Sheesh Ke Daani: Literally: “Donor of Head”; As per the legend related above.
- Haare Ka Sahara: Literally: “Support of the defeated”; Upon his mother’s advice, Barbarika resolved to support whoever has less power and is losing. Hence he is known by this name. This has also led to a popular verse often sung by people who are passing through difficult times: Haare Ka Sahara, Khatushyam Hamara [We are in doldrums, but let’s not worry; Khatushyam is with us!]
- Teen Baan Dhaari: Literally: “Bearer of three arrows”; Reference is to the three infallible arrows that he received as a boon from Goddess Kamakshya . These arrows were sufficient to destroy the whole world. The title written below these three arrows is Maam Sevyam Parajitah.
- Lakha-datari: Literally: “The Munificent Giver”; One who never hesitates to give his devotees whatever they need and ask for.
- Leela ke Aswaar: Literally: “Rider of Leela”; Being the name of his blue-coloured horse. Many call it Neela Ghoda or “blue horse.”
- Khatu Naresh: Literally: “The King of “; One who rules Khatu and the whole universe.
- Kalyug Ke Avtaar: Literally: “The God of “; As per Krishna he will be the God who will save good people in the era of Kali Yuga.
- Shyam Pyarey: Literally: “Beloved Shyam”
- Baliya Dev: Literally: ” The god who sacrificed himself”; newly born children are blessed in the temple located in Vasna, Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
- Morechadidharak: Literally: “The bearer of the stick made of peacock feathers”
- Shyam Baba: The name prevalent between community.
- Barish Ka Devta: Literally: “The God of rain”; One who controls rain according to his will. Prevalent name in Kamrunag Temple at , .
- Yalambar: was a Kirat warrior and First King of in .
- : Literally: “The God of sky”; One of the many dangerous form of Lord Shiva.
- Sava Bhakku Deva: Literally: “The Guardian of the sky”; Prevalent name between community in
- Wanga Dya: Literally: “The God of sky protection”; the first ancestral King of People in .
- Hatu Dyah: Literally: “The pure alcohol God “; One who gives alcohol as a blessing, Prevalent name in
- Āju Dyah: Literally: “The ancestral God”; Commonly known as progenitor of the community of Nepal