A Happy Hanuman Jayanti

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A Happy Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated each year by the Indian population to honor Hindu Lord, Hanuman. It is celebrated yearly in the Hindi month of (Chaitra Purnima) on the fifteenth day of the Shukla Paksha. Hanuman Ji is considered as the eleventh Rudra symbol of the Lord Siva with extraordinary commitment, quality, learning, divine power, courage, knowledge, and soul for benevolent service.

Significance of happy Hanuman Jayanti

The Significance of Hanuman Jayanti

The happy Hanuman Jayanti celebration or Hanuman Jayanti celebrates the deity Hanuman, one of the unique legends of the Indian epic Ramayana. Hanuman Jayanti is observed in the Chaitra lunar month where various profound talks are held in many Hindu temples. This celebration is commended with tremendous dedication by Hindus all things considered and specifically by the disciples of Hanuman or Hanuman Bhakts. The distinctive parts of life of Lord Hanuman are recollected and revered on Hanuman Jayanti day.

A happy Hanuman Jayanti festival shows the reasonable concurrence of the entire human crew with nature’s mind-boggling creatures, Lord Hanuman from the Vanara people group. Individuals from the Hindu religion adore Lord Hanuman as a heavenly creature. This festival has loads of significance to all anyway Brahmacharis, wrestlers and muscle heads are particularly disposed towards this festival. There are numerous names through which Lord Hanuman is well known among his enthusiasts like Bajrangabali, Pavanasuta, Pavankumar, Mahavira, Balibima, Marutsuta, Anjanisut, Sankat Mochan, Anjaneya, Maruti, Rudra and many more.

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Why people worship Lord Hanuman?

Devotees love Lord Hanuman as an image of commitment, otherworldly powers, quality, and vitality. Individuals read Hanuman Chalisa as it can overcome the malicious spirits and give harmony to the brain. The bhakts of Lord Hanuman visit Hanuman temples at this day in the early morning, apply red tilak (vermillion) to the brows of Hanuman symbol, read Hanuman Chalisa and Bajrang Mantra, offer Prasad of laddoo, do Aarti by reciting mantras and Aarti melodies, make a series of rituals in temples thus numerous customs. As Lord Hanuman was destined to the Vanara people group having a rosy orange shaded body that is the reason it is seen to all the Hanuman temples having ruddy orange hued Hanuman icon. After the puja, individuals apply red Sindur on their forehead as a Prasad and give laddoo Prasad among individuals to get blessed with what they have implored their God Hanuman.

The story behind Happy Hanuman Jayanti

As per Hindu legends, Lord Hanuman is one among the chief characters in Ramayan. An extraordinary disciple of Lord Ram, He discovers His place referenced in Mahabharat, Puranas just as some Jain scriptures as well. Numerous students of history trust that He was the child of Vayu (wind god) and Anjana. He is a monkey god and a manifestation of Lord Shiva. With different vanaras (humanoids in monkey shapes) lead by His master Sugriv and Lord Ram, He took an interest in a durable war to vanquish the powers of shrewdness lead by Ravan, the devil ruler.

Praying on Happy Hanuman Jayanti

How fasting and praying on this day can help you?

Chant these shlokas on this occasion and keeping fast on Tuesdays can appease Lord Hanuman. This will assist you in getting free of inconveniences, stresses and give you solidarity to conquer challenges easily. The more you recite them and recollect Lord Hanuman, the more you will reach closer to the Lord. In spite of the fact that many notice him standing tall inside most of the temples or at passages, barely one realizes the genuine importance with respect to why individuals touch his feet in huge numbers to commend the mainstream Hanuman Jayanti celebration.

Askagnesha can help in praying to Lord Hanuman on this day by offering the Puja on your behalf. Lord Hanuman will bestow the blessings on you and your family.

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