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Pray to Lord Hanuman To Get Rid Of Evil And Bad Luck

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Hanuman is mostly known as the passionate devotee of Lord Rama. He himself is worshiped as a god among the religious Hindus. He is commonly known as the Brangbali and plays a central character in the Hindu Epic Ramayana. We can find his name in various other religious and mythological texts. This deity looks like a vanara or monkey. In Hindu Puranas he is mentioned as an incarnation of Lord Shiva. Hanuman is the son of Anjana and Kesari and he was born in the Benaras. The name of Hanuman has many histories. Some ancient texts suggest that it is derived from Hanu means “Jaw” and man or “mant” that means “Disfigured”. That means Hanuman means one who has a disfigured jaw. He is also famous as the son of deity Vayu, the God of wind.

Beliefs Of Worshiping Hanuman

Worshiping Hanuman will offer you protection in every critical situation in life. He is also worshiped to win over demons. There are several prayers or mantras that are used to worship this monkey God. However, Hanuman Chalisa is the most famous one. He bestows purity of mind to and removes all kinds of blemishes of wrongdoing from our mind.

Ways Of Worshiping Hanuman

There are some certain rules of worshiping Hanuman. You have to have an idol of the deity in front of you. Have some incense sticks and deep or lamp in front of the idol and start chanting the Hanuman Chalisa. You should offer Him Laddus; which is a type of sweet popular among the Indians. This is His favorite food. You should worship Hanuman on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Religious Festivals Based On Hanuman

Hanuman Jayanti is one of the famous festivals among the Hindus. It is celebrated to memorialize the birth of Lord Hanuman. It is a one day festival which is celebrated on the Chaitra Purnima. It is an annual festival.

Benefits of Worshipping Lord Ganesha

The worshipping of the God leads to destroying of the evils and gives success to his devotees. He is worshipped as the God of knowledge, wisdom, wealth and education.

Benefits Of Worshiping Lord Hanuman

Lord Hanuman is the symbol of strength and power. He offers purity of mind and strength of body to his devotees. You can get rid of various issues including family problems or health issues if he pray to Lord Hanuman every day.

Regions Where Hanuman Is Mostly Worshiped

Being a Hindu Go, Hanuman is mostly worshiped in various parts of India. People of North India celebrate the Hanuman Jayanti more than the people of other parts of India. Apart from India, this deity is well known in Thailand also.

Miraculous benefits of Hanuman mantra

Hanuman mantra

Once, a woman who was applying vermilion (sindoor) in the parting of her hair was approached by a person enquiring the purpose behind applying it. The noble lady replied that she applies sindoor for the longevity and safety of her husband. Upon hearing to this, the person contemplated that if a pinch of sindoor would bestow long and healthy life to the lady’s husband (whom he considers to be his master) then, the application of larger quantities of sindoor would reap many more benefits. Without a second thought, he went ahead and anointed his entire body with sindoor for the good health and long life of his master.

The lady in discussion is goddess Sita and her husband is the kind and gentle Sri Ramabhadra. The person who exhibited such an innocent yet ardent love for his master is none other than the humble and brave Sri Hanuman, also called as Sri Anjaneya. This gesture of selfless love by Sri Hanuman warmed Lord Rama’s heart. He thus blessed that whoever worships Lord Hanuman with sindoor would receive Lord Rama’s mercy and will overcome all the hurdles in the devotional path.

The personification of dasya bhakti!

Ramayana would be incomplete without this wonderful devotee as it would be without Lord Rama and goddess Sita. He is the perfect example of “dasya bhakti” (servitude) which is one of the nine processes of devotional service mentioned in Srimad Bhagavatam.

It is believed that Lord Hanuman is mighty pleased when he is addressed as Sri Rama Dhoota and Sri Rama Bhakta. The following mantra depicts the depth of Sri Hanuman’s devotion for Lord Rama.

Mantra:

“Yatra Yatra Raghunatha Keertanam Tatra Tatra Krita Mastakanjalim Bhaashpa-vaari Paripoorna Lochanam Marutim Namata Rakshasa-antakam”
Translation:

“Obeisances to Maruti, Sri Hanuman, who stands with his palms folded above his forehead, with torrent of tears flowing down his eyes wherever the names of Lord Rama are sung.”

Appropriate way to worship Lord Hanuman:

How intense and beautiful is this great devotee’s love for Lord Rama, that upon listening to Lord Rama’s name he is overwhelmed with tears of joy and bliss! We all would wish to experience at least a speck of that devotion, wouldn’t we? Let us then worship Lord Hanuman with sindoor and recite the famous Hanuman Chalisa which would not only grant devotional progress but also material prosperity, strength, valour, intelligence, success, freedom from evil spirits, freedom from diseases and freedom from malefic effects of the planets. The best days to visit Sri Hanuman’s temple and to worship him are Tuesday and Saturday.

Hanuman Gayatri mantra:

The following is the Hanuman Gayatri mantra suitable for recitation by the people who are initiated by a guru into chanting of the Gayatri mantra:

“Om Anjaneya Vidhmahe Mahabalaya Dheemahe Thanno Hanuman Prachodayath”

Pavan Puthra Hanuman is Symbol of strength

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Pavan Puthra Hanuman

Pavan Puthra Hanuman is Symbol of strength

Pavan Puthra Hanuman is the son of Anjana and Kesari and he was born in the Benaras. The name of Hanuman has many histories. He is commonly known as the Bajrangbali and plays a central character in the Hindu Epic Ramayana.

We can find his name in various other religious and mythological texts. This deity looks like a vanara or monkey. In Hindu Puranas he is mentioned as an incarnation of Lord Shiva.

Some ancient texts suggest that it is derived from Hanu means “Jaw” and man or “mant” that means “Disfigured”. That means Hanuman means one who has a disfigured jaw.

He is also famous as the son of deity Vayu, the God of wind. Worshiping Bajrangbali on Tuesday will obtain energy and get rid of evil and bad luck and receive divine blessings.

Beliefs Of Worshiping Hanuman
Worshiping Hanuman will offer you protection in every critical situation in life. He is also worshiped to win over demons. There are several prayers or mantras that are used to worship this monkey God.

However, Hanuman Chalisa is the most famous one. He bestows purity of mind to and removes all kinds of blemishes of wrongdoing from our mind.

Ways Of Worshiping Hanuman
There are some certain rules of worshiping Hanuman. You have to have an idol of the deity in front of you. Have some incense sticks and deep or lamp in front of the idol and start chanting the Hanuman Chalisa.

You can offer him laddus; which is a type of sweet popular among the Indians. This is his favorite food. You can worship Hanuman on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Religious Festivals Based On Hanuman
Hanuman Jayanthi is one of the famous festivals among the Hindus. It is celebrated to memorialize the birth of Lord Hanuman. It is a one day festival which is celebrated on the Chaitra Purnima. It is an annual festival.

Worshiping Bajrangbali on Tuesday will obtain Energy and Get rid Of evil and bad luck.

The Legends of Hanuman Ji or Banjarangbali

Hanuman Ji

The Legends of Hanuman Ji or Banjarangbali

Hanuman ji  is the most revered deity in hindu mythology. Hanuman ji is the monkey God and said to be the incarnation of God Shiva. Hanuman Ji is the devotee of Lord Rama, the eldest son of king Dasratha. Hanuman ji is also known as “Vayu Putra” and is blessed with various powers. The famous “Hanuman Chalisa” is said to be very powerful and reciting it daily given inner peace and strength. The most auspicious day to worship Lord Hanuman is Tuesday of every week. There are many names of Lord Hanuman as Vayu putra, Anjani Putra, Maruti, Pawan Putra.

Childhood of Lord Hanuman:

It is believed that Hanuman ji was born on Tuesday on a full moon day of Chaitra month. From the childhood days Hanuman ji was very naughty and intelligent. Once He saw Sun as ripe mango and went on to eat it. He then kep Sun in his mouth and seeing this Lord Indra attacked Hanuman with his weapon due to which little Hanuman got injured and lost consciousness. Seeing this his father Vayu Dev got very angry and he took away all air of earth and there was tragedy and death all over. Then all Gods appeared and blessed little Hanuman with all their powers.

Hanuman Ji and Lord Rama:

Lord Hanuman was destined to worship Rama and helps him in the duties of Rama which include the betterment of mankind by killing Ravana. When Sitaji, the wife of Lord Rama was abducted by King Ravana than Hanuman ji helped him to conquer Sri Lanka and Ravana. Lord Rama always knew that Hanuman Ji is the incarnation of Shiva and his birth on earth has happened for a specific purpose. Hanuman ji possessed great powers and was extremely powerful. When in the battle Lakshman got hurt, Hanuman ji was asked to bring Sanjeevani Booti from Himalaya. Hanuman Ji was unable to find one and therefore he took the entire Himalaya to the battle location in order to cure Lakshman. With the help of Hanuman, Lord Rama was able to won the battle and returned to his kingdom Ayodhya.
In kalyug many temples were built in the name of Hanuman ji like Salasar Balaji, Mehndipur Balaji, Prachin Hanuman Mandir Cannaught Place, New Delhi.