Bhari Kadama
510-Bhari Kadama Grimm Diary

A Bhari Kadama (pah-[R]EE kah-dah-MUH; Hindi भारी "Heavy" + कदम "Steps") is an elephant-like Wesen that was seen in a Grimm diary in "Map of the Seven Knights".


When woged, they enlarge in their sheer size and gain many elephant-like features, including a trunk-like nose, two tusks on either side, and elephant-like ears. Their hands and feet still maintain their digits. They are also capable of emitting a very loud noise that can easily instill fear in Kehrseite.

Bhari Kadama are most famously known as the inspiration for the Hindu deity Ganesh, the god of wisdom, knowledge, and new beginnings.


Bhari Kadama are normally very peaceful and gentle creatures, but if forced to take action or engage in a fight, their size and weight make them very formidable. The way they can throw their weight around has given them the reputation of being an unmovable Wesen.

Excerpt from Grimm Diaries

...a foraging party outside of Thanjavur, we came upon a mob of men harassing a monk. They jeered and harangued him, but the presence of Emperor Chola's scouts calmed the crowd, but only momentarily. I demanded to the name of their village: I would know who raises their children to attack holy men. The crowd roared, a voice, close to the monk, but still unseen, yelled that this man was a demon, blaspheming against Ganesh. Control was lost and the crowd became violent. Our meager numbers could not contain this without spilling blood. They laid hands on the monk, who adopted a look of serenity. They tore at his robes and crushed his begging bowl underfoot and he did not make a sound.

But a child did cry out. Attracted by the noise, she was dragged into the mob from the periphery as the violence turned these villagers into a rumbling mass. Seeing the girl in danger, the monk transcended, and in that moment, I understood the villagers (sic) fear, but felt... The monk was of giant stature, topped with the... and the strength to match. The villagers... were... mighty limbs. This man-and-beast reared back and trumpeted a terrible war cry scattering the rest. The giant in a manner astonishingly gentle, scooped up the girl, and walked to the trees. Something possessed me to ask where he was going. A beaming voice answered, "to (sic) my temple, where we will heal her. If you come, come unarmed.



  • This is the first species to have a name in Hindi.
Unseen Wesen in Grimm
Afrotherian Wesen Bhari Kadama
Amphibian Wesen Fossegrim
Avian Wesen Augapfel-Aushacken
Bovine Wesen Mordstier
Canine Wesen Lob Hombre, Volkodlak
Chimeric Wesen Ammit, Empousai
Chondrichthyan Wesen Ak-Moho-Alii
Decapod Wesen Karkinos
Feliform Wesen Abartige Aasfresser, Bastet
Feline Wesen Ukufu Okusheshayo
Hexapod Wesen Khepri, Sairento Shi
Lupine Wesen Grauhund
Meline Wesen Rotznasig Carcaju
Mephitid Wesen Faeteo fatalis
Monotreme Wesen Shnabeltiermörder
Pantherine Wesen Rißfleisch, Tefnut
Perissodactyl Wesen Abath
Primate Wesen Amarok, Handwerksburschen
Procyonid Wesen Waschbar
Pseudosuchian Wesen Trasque
Rodent Wesen Schmerzen-Kaninchen
Ruminant Wesen Spokelseshorn
Unknown Wesen Curupira, Fétide Taillader, Gefrierengeber, Leshy, Peau de la Mort, Sangrienta Manos, Schneetmacher, Waage

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