Unmatta Bhairava

Unmatta Bhairava: white color, good-looking and carry in their hands the kunda, the khetakâ, the parigha (iron bludgeon, or club studded with iron) and bhindipâla (javelin). In Kasi Unmatta Bhairava (‘the Mad’) in a small shrine at a village on the Pañcakroi road—along which pilgrims circumambulate the whole city—protecting the west; http://www.svabhinava.org/shiva/index.php