Saturday, 22 December 2012


Panchamukhi Hanuman is a form of Lord Hanuman. Panchamukhi (alternate spelling panchamukha) means "five-faced". Lord Hanuman assumed this form to kill Mahiravana, a powerful rakshasa black-magician and practitioner of the dark arts during the Ramayana war. Mahiravana had taken Lord Rama and Lakshmana captive, and the only way to kill him was to extinguish five lamps burning in different directions, all at the same instant. Hanuman assumed His Panchamukha form and accomplished the task, thus killing the rakshasa, and freeing Rama and Lakshmana.The five faces of Panchamukha Hanuman are those of Sri Hayagriva, Sri Narasimha, Sri Garuda, Sri Varaha and Hanuman Himself.
The details of Panchamukhi Hanuman are:-
1. East facing Hanuman to grant humanity isthta siddhi.
2. South facing Narasimha to grant humanity abhista siddhi.
3. West facing Garuda to grant humanity sakalla sowbhagya
4. North facing Varaha to grant humanity dhana prapthi, and
5. Hayagriva on top to grant humanity sarva vidya jaya prapthi.
This form of Hanuman is very popular, and is also known as Panchamukha Anjaneya and Panchamukhi Anjaneya. (Anjaneya, which means "son of Anjana", is another name of Hanuman).Sri Sampurn Panchmukhi Hanuman Raksha Kavach Mahayantra is used to overcome distressing energy: To overcome problems due to evil spirits, black magic, departed ancestors' subtle bodies, influence of the planet Saturn (Shani), etc. It also helps to control pleasant energy ie To overcome any obstacle in the pathway of the activated spiritual energy system (kundalini) and to channelize it appropriately, so that the seeker can continue his spiritual practice smoothly.

The interpretations of Sri Panchamukha Hanuman

The interpretations of Sri Panchamukha Hanuman
1. There are five ways of prayer to the Lord. They are Naman, Smaran, Keerthanam, Yachanam and Arpanam. The five faces depict these five forms. Lord Hanuman always used to Naman, Smaran and Keerthanam of Lord Sri Rama. He totally surrendered (Arpanam) to his Master Sri Ram. He also begged (yachanam) Sri Rama to bless him the undivided love.
2. In Bhagavat Gita Lord Krishna says to Arjun, "He who acts for me, who is engrossed in me, who is my devotee, who is free from attachment, he reaches me" . We find all these 5 qualities enshrined in Hanuman. Each of his face explains the five divine qualifications. May be an artist thought over about this before making the Vigraham.There is a belief that one of the faces is that of Sri Vinayaka. The idol of Adyanta Maha Prabhu depicts a figure of half Anjaneya and half Vinayaka.
Half Ganesha and half Hanuman At Madya Kailas temple Adyar Madras
The idol is an amalgam of Sri vigneshwara and Sri Anjaneya on the lines of Ardhanareeswara ( Siva and Parvati) and Sri Sankaranarayana (combination of Siva and narayana).
The word Aadiyantha stands for "begining to end" (Aadi = begining & Antha = end). There is a Tamil saying "Begin with Ganesa and end up with Anjaneya". Many people visit the temple to get blessing of the "Twins" against the influence of Navagrahas. The importance of the idol is that Sri Vigneswara and Sri Anjaneya are the only two deities who are totally free from any influence over them whatsoever by the Navagrahas. It is believed that, the devotees can and do influence the Navagrahas themselves proportionate to the devoutness with which the devotees address themselves to Sri Aadiyanta Prabhu!

The legend of Sri Panchamukha Hanuman

The legend of Sri Panchamukha Hanuman
The pancha mukha hanuman is rare idol of Hanuman. There are many legends and interpretations to this.
The legend
Lord Hanuman is said to have appeared before Raghavendraswamy in a unique way amalgamating within him the avataras of "varaha, garuda, anjaneya, narasimha and hayagreeva", thus five-headed. Panchamukhi, located on the south bank of river Tungabhadra near Manchala now known as Mantralayam is where Raghavendraswamy performed penance for 12 long years in a cave. In appreciation of his Yoga, Lord Panchamukhi Pranadevaru, Kollahpura Mahalakshmi, Lord Venkateshwara of Tirupati and Kurmavathara gave darshan to him. Then he left for Mantralaya where he entered into Samadhi. A temple has been constructed at the spot where he performed penance known as the Panchamukhi Anjaneyaswamy temple.
The details of Panchamukaa are:
  • East facing Anjaneya to grant humanity Ishta Siddhi.
  • South facing Karala Ugraveera Narasimha to grant humanity Abhista Siddhi.
  • West facing Mahaveera Garuda to grant humanity Sakala Sowbhagya.
  • North facing Lakshmi Varaha to grant humanity Dhana Prapthi.
  • Urdhva Mukha {atop} being Hayagriva to grant humanity Sarva Vidya Jaya Prapthi.

Origin of Sri Panchamukha Hanuman

Origin of Sri Panchamukha Hanuman
The origin of Sri Panchamukhs Hanuman can be traced to a story in Ramayana. During the war between Lord Rama and Ravana. Ravana took help of Mahiravanka who is the king of pathala.
Lord Hanuman in order to protect Lord Ram and Lakshman formed a fortress with his tail. Mahiravana took the form of Vibeeshana and took Lord Ram and Lakshman to pathala loka.
Hanuman entered pathala loka in search of Rama and Lakshmana, He found out that to kill Mahiravana he had to extinguish five lamps burning in five different directions at the same time, so he has taken the Panchamukha form with Hanuman, Hayagriva, Narasimha, Garuda and Varaha faces and extinguished the lamps and killed Mahiravana.
According to Hanumath Prakaranam in Sri Vidyarnavatantram, Anjaneya has five faces (Pancha Mukha) and ten weapons. The five faces are that of Lord Hanuman, Lord Narasimha, Lord Adivaraha, Lord Hayagriva, and Lord Garuda.
Hanuman is a great yogi (mystic) having transcended the five senses (Pancha Indriyas).
In Kamba Ramayanam (in Tamil), the significance of number five is beautifully narrated as follows:
  • The son of one of the five elements (son of wind - Pavana Thanaya)
  • crossed one of the five elements (water – the ocean),
  • through one of the five elements (sky),
  • met daughter of one of the five elements (daughter of earth - Sita Devi)
  • burnt down Lanka by one of the five elements (fire).
Sundara Kandam, which highlights the heroic exploits of Lord Hanuman at Lanka is the fifth canto in the Ramayana. Therefore, it is considered auspicious to go around His idol 5 times, 14 times, 23 times, 32 times or with such numbers the digits of which add to five

Birth of Sri Hanuman Story-2

Birth of Sri Hanuman Story-2
Anjana, who became the mother of Hanuman Ji, was one of the sixteen matrikas. The matrikas are adored and worshipped ladies of celestial, astral and material planes of the universe. Once Anjana assumed the form of a lady tourist visiting Svah planet, a few million miles beyond the polestar. She arrived in the assembly of Indra, the king of Svah planet. Some how the king was attracted to her and requested her to make love with him. She rebuked him severely and said, who would like to make love with you, a fallen one with the signs of a thousand eyes!”
King Indra could not bear this insult and cursing her, he replied, “You are very vain because of your beauty. You will be born in the monkey faced Vanara race”.
While Indra was cursing Anjana, Anjana’s dearest friend Adrika (out of love for Anjana), tried to insult Indra by meowing like a cat. Indra then cursed her saying, “You will become cat faced in your next life!”
In course of time, both friends were born as the twin daughters of Kunja, a Vanara knight. When they grew up, Keshari, a famous knight of the Vanara race. Married both of them. Then, one day while, Keshari was in meditation at the southern seashore, Maharishi Agastya became the atithi of Keshari. Both of Keshari’s wives welcomed the unexpected guest and served him whole heartedly. Agastya was highly satisfied and told the wives to ask for any boon they wished.
“I want the mightiest son, who will be highly bold and strong in the world. Totally devoted to universe welfare,” Anjana requested.
“So be it,” Maharishi Agastya approved the wish for both of them, and in due course of time, Anjana gave birth to Sri Hanuman Ji who became all powerful and Adrika gave birth to a son, Adri by name, who became governor of all the goblins.
Soon after Maharishi granted the boon, Maharishi Agastya realized that Lord Shiva himself was going to be born as the son of Anjana. He ordered her to go to meditate on the hill Venkatadri in Vrishabhachal on the bank of Akashaganga. This was the most appropriate place to materialize her desire. Thus, one day, she was absorbed in a long meditation, the wind God appeared and said, “Adorable devi, I am pleased with you. You will attain a mighty son, one who will not be affected by any weapons whatsoever. I shall become your son myself. He will be equal to me in power and speed. Thus saying, the wind God infused his light into mother Anjana.
Great souls seldom move from their celestial abodes unless there is a mission for them to fulfill. Then the whole creation awaits their advent. In the same way, there were do many reasons for the advent of Sri Hanuman ji. The natural instinct of Keshari was to wander around to different holy places, and when ever found a scenic garden he used to sit in long meditation. Once, while he was residing in Gokarna (a holy place of Lord Shiva near Goa), he found a great monster, Shambasadana, continuously persecuting the holy saints who were residing there. Keshari confronted this monster and hit him forcefully with his fist. There was a great wrestling match and at last Keshari was successful in slaying him.
All of the rishis were extremely happy with Keshari’s feat and blessed him so that he might attain an almighty, enlightened son, who would become very hot tempered to any unjust act. They then offered a very powerful mantra of Lord Shiva. After Keshari had been repeating this powerful mantra, Lord Shiva appeared and blessed him, and Lord Shiva’s light entered into Keshari’s body. Keshari felt as if he was no longer a mortal. When the rishis saw him full of effulgence they suggested that he return to his home.
At the same moment, Anjana returned home after receiving her boon from the wind God. When she saw her husband after such a long time she was filled with rapturous joy and fell down at his feet. Keshari was overwhelmed with love. He raised her u with his two arms and embraced her, and for some time they became one in that universal silence. Keshari did not remain Keshari and Anjana was no longer Anjana, they became one in love trance and in that love trance Shiva’s light, which was abiding in Keshari was transmitted to Anjana. She felt as if bathed in effulgent bliss, light, and grace. Now Keshari became as he was before the visit of Lord Shiva. All of Lord Siva’s effulgence was transmitted to Anjana.
Anjana abandoned that special simple dress which she had adopted in the time of separation from her dear husband. She wore instead a gorgeous silk sari, golden necklaces, a crown earrings embedded with gems and jewels. She was adorned beautifully! The husband and wife began to enjoy in the groves on the top of the mountain.
On the planet Bramha, which is situated about one hundred and sixteen million miles above polestar, there was a nymph whose name was Suvarchala. She was very fond of blossoming, fragrant flowers. Once she rushed to some flowers in the assembly of Bramha. The creator, Brahma, is found of good manners and certain formalities and was not pleased with Suvarchal’s impulsive action he cursed her saying. “You, being born into the race of gods, possess no patience, so you will become a crow”,
Suvarchala repented and, falling at his feet, asked for a pardon from Lord Brahma, He mercifully forgave her and said, “In the silver age, on planer Earth, king Dasjaratha will receive a bowl of diving rice pudding after his ceremony of putreshthi yajna. He will then distribute it among his three queens. You woll take away queen Sumitra’s share, and then by the touch of that divine, blesses rice pudding you will attain your original form and come to my planet again.”
The time described by Brahma arrived and king Dashatatha was performing his fire sacrifices festivity on the bank of the holy Sarayu river. It was definitely an interplanetary festivity. King Dasharatha fed millions of guests. He offered almost all of his property and empire to enlightened rishis, which they, in turn, gave back to him after accepting a small exchange.
A huge masculine form then arose from the sacrificial fire with a bowl of celestial rice pudding in his hand. His body was red like ultraviolet rays. He had long golden hair, a long beard, and large eyes. He spoke like a rumbling cloud, saying, “My dear king Dasharatha, the gods of higher planets are highly satisfied with you because of your sacrificial festivity, and they have sent you this rice pudding, let the queens respectfully eat it and then they will give birth to four incomparable babies who will redeem the earth from all the evil forces.”
The whole assembly of saints, kings, and rishis were all silent while the king was distributing the rice pudding among his queens. As soon as the king placed a protion in the open palms of Sumitra, Suvarchala, in her form as a crow, jumped as it. She held it fast with her legs and beak and flew away high into the sky. Kousalya ans Kaikeyi, the other two queens, shared their porting of pudding with Sumitra. Thus Sumitra gave birth to two babies.
As soon as the crow rushed to the open sky there arose a heavy wind and hurricane. The bird stumbled and the rice pudding was touched by her body. Immediately she regained her celestial form and the body of the crow fell down to earth. The wind god then took the bowl pudding and appeared on the hill top groves where the couple, Anjana and Keshari, was wandering. The wind told Keshari and Anjana that he had come there to offer them with celestial rice pudding,
“Allow Anjana to eat it and she will give birth to the mightiest child, a boon I was granted her some time ago.”
After receiving the order from her dear husband, Anjana accepted the bowl of rice pudding. Feeling much joy she put it against her heart and head and then wind
God disappeared. Anjana ate the pudding and became pregnant. Soon after, as demigod races do not require the full nine months in womb, she gave birth to Sri Hanuman ji on Tuesday, in the month of October. This is why all great devotees of Sri Hanuman ji observe a fast on Tuesdays. Then take only fruits and milk products, and communicate with Sri Hanuman ji.
Sri Hanuman ji was born completely adorned with golden crown, gemmed earrings, underpants and sacred thread. He was yellowed eyed and there was golden hair all over his body.


In heaven there was a very famous apsara (courtesan, dancing girl) named Punjikasthala. On a certain occasion she insulted one of the rishis. As a result she got a curse that she would be born as a female monkey. After her birth she was named Anjana. Her husband's name was Kesari. Because Anjana had no son, she began to do penance. She gave up eating and drinking. She prayed to god Vayu not only to get her a son, but that he should be powerful and swift, just like god Vayu himself. Vayu answered: "Tathastu", "Amen", "Let it be as you desire." In the morning of the first 14th day of Chaitra in a cave on the Rushyamuk mountain, Anjana gave birth to her son Hanuman. Soon after his birth Hanuman came out of the cave and, as the sun was rising, he flew towards the sun to eat its reddish rays. As he flew towards the sun, Rahu stood in his way. But with a stroke of his tail he pushed Rahu aside. Then came Ketu, but he also was removed, and Hanuman flew ahead towards the sun. Then heaven became worried. Indra mounted his elephant "Airavat", and wondered in his mind, "Who is this extraordinary child going out to eat the sun?" Indra became angry and flung his weapon "vajra" (thunderbolt) on Hanuman, who was caught unawares. He was hit on his left knee, and fell on the top of a high mountain.
Hanuman was born to 'Anjana', a female vanara on the Anjaneri hill in the Brahmagiri hills near Trimbakeshwar, Maharashtra. According to the legend, Anjana was an apsara or a celestial being, named 'Punjikasthala', who, due to a curse, was born on the earth as a female vanara. The curse was to be removed upon her giving birth to an incarnation of Lord Shiva. It is also said that Hanuman was born on Anjaneya Hill, in Hampi, Karnataka, near the Risyamukha mountain on the banks of the Pampa, where Sugreeva and Sri Rama met. There is a temple that marks the spot. One more place associated with birth of Hanuman is Aanjan. Aanjan is a small village about 18 km away from Gumla via Toto. The name of the village has been derived from the name of goddess Anjani, mother of Mahaveer Hanuman. Aanjani Gufa(cave) is at 4 km from the village upon a hill. Here mother Anjani used to live. Many objects of archeological importance obtained from this place has been placed at Patna Museum. There is an idol of mother Anjani with Hanuman in her lap near Anjani Gufa.
Along with Kesari, her husband, Anjana performed intense prayers to Shiva to beget Him as her Child. Pleased with their devotion, Shiva granted them the boon they sought.Hence, the Hanuman is also known as "Maharudra" because he was born out of the boon given to Anjana by the Shiva who is also known as Rudra. The Valmiki Ramayana, (Yuddha Kanda) states that Kesari is the son of Brihaspati and that Kesari also fought on Rama's side in the war against Ravana.
Different stories are told explaining Hanuman's birth.
One is that at the time that Anjana was worshipping Lord Shiva, elsewhere, Dasharatha, the king of Ayodhya, was performing the Putrakama Yagna in order to have children. As a result, he received some sacred pudding, payasam, to be shared by his three wives, leading to the births of Rama, Lakshmana, Bharata, and Shatrughna. By divine ordinance, a kite snatched a fragment of that pudding and dropped it while flying over the forest where Anjana was engaged in worship. Vayu, the Hindu deity of the wind, delivered the falling pudding to the outstretched hands of Anjana, who consumed it. Hanuman was born to her as a result.

Being Anjana's son, Hanuman is also called Anjaneya (pronounced Aanjaneya), which literally means "arising from Anjani".
Sri Aurobindo states that "vanara" does not refer to "monkey": "Prajapati manifests as Vishnu Upendra incarnate in the animal or Pashu in whom the four Manus have already manifested themselves, and the first human creature who appears is, in this Kalpa, the Vanara, not the animal Ape, but man with the Ape nature", i.e. primitive man such as Homo erectus.
Hanuman, in one interpretation, is also considered as the incarnation of Shiva or reflection of Shiva also known as Rudra. Others, such as followers of Dvaita consider Hanuman to be the son of Vayu or a manifestation of Vayu, the god of wind. When Ravana tried to enter the Kailash (the abode of Shiva) called Lord Shiva "a monkey". Lord Shiva in return cursed Ravana that a monkey would burn his Lanka. Shiva took the form of Hanuman.
References to Hanuman in classical literature could be found as early as those of 5th to 1st century BC in Panini's Astadhyayi, Abhiseka Nataka, Pratima Nataka, and Raghuvamsa (Kalidasa).

About Hanuman Jayanti

About Hanuman Jayanti

Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Hanuman, the monkey god widely venerated throughout India. It is celebrated during the month of Chaitra. Hanuman was an ardent devotee of Lord Rama, and is worshipped for his unflinching devotion to the God. From the early morning, devotees flock Hanuman temples to worship the monkey god. Hanuman Jayanti is an important festival of Hindus. Hanuman is the symbol of strength and energy. Hanuman is said to be able to assume any form at will, wield rocks, move mountains, dart through the air, seize the clouds and rival Garuda in swiftness off light. He is worshipped in folk tradition as a deity with magical powers and the ability to conquer evil spirits. The devotees will visit temples and apply tilak of sindhoor to their foreheads from the Hanumans body as this is considered to be good luck. According to the legend Sita was applying sindhoor to her head, Hanumans Ji questioned why and replied that this would ensure a long life for her husband. Hanuman then smeared his entire body with sindhoor, in an effort to ensure Rama’s immortality. 
Hanuman , known also as 'Anjaneya' (son of Anjana) or Maruti (or Maruti nandan), is one of the most popular concepts of devotees of God (bhakti) (devotion to God) in Hinduism and one of the most important personalities in the Indian epic, the Ramayana. His most famous feat, as described in the Hindu epic scripture the Ramayana, was leading an army of monkeys to fight the demon King Ravana. He is also referred to as Bajrang Bali (Sanskrit: Vajranga) because his body was hard like a (vajra). Hanumana is also known as Pavan-Putra (son of Pavana) and Vāyu-Putra because Pavan (the hindu deity of the wind) had played an important role in Anjana's begetting Hanuman as her child.









 I Om Namo Hanumate Bhaybhanjanaya Sukham Kuru Phat Swaha II

 This mantra is a negative energy destroyer. When reciting this repeatingly one prays that
'' Hey Lord Hanuman vanish the fear from our minds and bless us so that we may be happy and fix our problems''.




                        II Meaning of  Hanuman mantra II
I surrender to Hanuman, the messenger of Lord Rama, whose speed is as swift as the mind and as swift as the wind.
Who has controlled his sense organs and is the most intellegent
among the intelligent ones; who is the son of vayu and the chief
of the monket tribe.




            Shri Hanuman Chalisa

Shri Guru Charan Saroj Raj

After cleansing the mirror of my mind with the pollen
Nij mane mukure sudhar

dust of holy Guru's Lotus feet. I Profess the pure,
Varnao Raghuvar Vimal Jasu

untainted glory of Shri Raghuvar which bestows the four-
Jo dayaku phal char

fold fruits of life.(Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha).

Budhi Hin Tanu Janike

Fully aware of the deficiency of my intelligence, I
Sumirau Pavan Kumar

concentrate my attention on Pavan Kumar and humbly
Bal budhi Vidya dehu mohe

ask for strength, intelligence and true knowledge to
Harahu Kalesa Vikar

relieve me of all blemishes, causing pain.

Jai Hanuman gyan gun sagar

Victory to thee, O'Hanuman! Ocean of Wisdom-All
Jai Kapis tihun lok ujagar

hail to you O'Kapisa! (fountain-head of power,wisdom

and Shiva-Shakti) You illuminate all the three worlds

(Entire cosmos) with your glory.

Ram doot atulit bal dhama

You are the divine messenger of Shri Ram. The
Anjani-putra Pavan sut nama

repository of immeasurable strength, though known

only as Son of Pavan (Wind), born of Anjani.

Mahavir Vikram Bajrangi

With Limbs as sturdy as Vajra (The mace of God Indra)
Kumati nivar sumati Ke sangi

you are valiant and brave. On you attends good Sense

and Wisdom. You dispel the darkness of evil thoughts.

Kanchan varan viraj subesa

Your physique is beautiful golden coloured and your dress
Kanan Kundal Kunchit Kesa

is pretty. You wear ear rings and have long curly hair.

Hath Vajra Aur Dhuvaje Viraje

You carry in your hand a lightening bolt along with a victory
Kandhe moonj janehu sajai

(kesari) flag and wear the sacred thread on your shoulder.

Sankar suvan kesri Nandan

As a descendant of Lord Sankar, you are a comfort and pride
Tej pratap maha jag vandan

of Shri Kesari. With the lustre of your Vast Sway, you are

propitiated all over the universe.

Vidyavan guni ati chatur

You are the repository of learning, virtuous and fully accom-
Ram kaj karibe ko aatur

plished, always keen to carry out the behest's of Shri Ram.

Prabu charitra sunibe ko rasiya

You are an ardent listener, always so keen to listen to the
Ram Lakhan Sita man Basiya

narration of Shri Ram's Life Stories. Your heart is filled with

what Shri Ram stood for. You therefore always dwell in the

hearts of Shri Ram, Lakshman and Sita.

Sukshma roop dhari Siyahi dikhava

You appeared before Sita in a Diminutive form and spoke to
Vikat roop dhari lanka jarava

her in humility. You assumed an awesome form and struck

terror by setting Lanka on fire.

Bhima roop dhari asur sanghare

With over-whelming might you destroyed the Asuras
Ramachandra ke kaj sanvare

(demons) and performed all tasks assigned to you by Shri Ram

with great skill.

Laye Sanjivan Lakhan Jiyaye

You brought Sanjivan (A herb that revives life) and restored
Shri Raghuvir Harashi ur laye

Lakshman back to life, Shri Raghuvir (Shri Ram) cheerfully

embraced you with his heart full of joy.

Raghupati Kinhi bahut badai

Shri Raghupati (Shri Ram) lustily extolled your excellence and
Tum mam priye Bharat-hi sam bhai

said: "You are as dear to me as my own brother Bharat."

Sahas badan tumharo yash gaave

Thousands of living beings are chanting hymns of your glories;
Us kahi Shripati kanth lagaave

saying thus, Shri Ram warmly hugged him (Shri Hanuman).

Sankadik Brahmadi Muneesa

When prophets like Sanka, even the Sage like Lord Brahma,
Narad Sarad sahit Aheesa

the great hermit Narad himself, Goddess Saraswati and Ahisha

(one of immeasurable dimensions).

Yam Kuber Digpal Jahan te

Even Yamraj (God of Death) Kuber (God of Wealth) and the
Kavi kovid kahi sake kahan te

Digpals (deputies guarding the four corners of the Universe)

have been vying with one another in offering homage to your

glories. How then, can a mere poet give adequate expression

of your super excellence.

Tum upkar Sugreevahin keenha

You rendered a great service to Sugriv. You united him with
Ram milaye rajpad deenha

Shri Ram and he installed him on the Royal Throne. By heeding
Tumharo mantra Vibheeshan mana

your advice, Vibhishan became Lord of Lanka. This is known
Lankeshwar Bhaye Sub jag jana

all over the Universe.

Yug sahastra jojan par Bhanu

On your own you dashed upon the Sun, which is at a fabulous
Leelyo tahi madhur phal janu

distance of thousands of miles, thinking it to be a sweet

luscious fruit.

Prabhu mudrika meli mukh mahee

Carrying the Lord's Signet Ring in your mouth, there is
Jaladhi langhi gaye achraj nahee

hardly any wonder that you easily leapt across the ocean.

Durgaam kaj jagat ke jete

The burden of all difficult tasks of the world become light
Sugam anugraha tumhre tete

with your kind grace.

Ram dware tum rakhvare,

You are the sentry at the door of Shri Ram's Divine Abode.
Hoat na agya binu paisare

No one can enter it without your permission,

Sub sukh lahai tumhari sarna

All comforts of the world lie at your feet. The devotees enjoy all
Tum rakshak kahu ko dar na

divine pleasures and feel fearless under your benign Protection.

Aapan tej samharo aapai

You alone are befitted to carry your own splendid valour. All the
Teenhon lok hank te kanpai

three worlds (entire universe) tremor at your thunderous call.

Bhoot pisach Nikat nahin aavai

All the ghosts, demons and evil forces keep away, with the
Mahavir jab naam sunavai

sheer mention of your great name, O'Mahaveer!!

Nase rog harai sab peera

All diseases, pain and suffering disappear on reciting regularly
Japat nirantar Hanumant beera

Shri Hanuman's holy name.

Sankat se Hanuman chudavai

Those who remember Shri Hanuman in thought, words and deeds
Man Karam Vachan dyan jo lavai

with Sincerity and Faith, are rescued from all crises in life.

Sub par Ram tapasvee raja

All who hail, worship and have faith in Shri Ram as the Supreme
Tin ke kaj sakal Tum saja

Lord and the king of penance. You make all their difficult tasks

very easy.

Aur manorath jo koi lavai

Whosoever comes to you for fulfillment of any desire with faith
Sohi amit jeevan phal pavai

and sincerity, Will he alone secure the imperishable fruit of

human life.

Charon Yug partap tumhara

All through the four ages your magnificent glory is acclaimed far
Hai persidh jagat ujiyara

and wide. Your fame is Radiantly acclaimed all over the Cosmos.

Sadhu Sant ke tum Rakhware

You are Saviour and the guardian angel of Saints and Sages and
Asur nikandan Ram dulhare

destroy all Demons. You are the angelic darling of Shri Ram.

Ashta sidhi nav nidhi ke dhata

You can grant to any one, any yogic power of Eight Siddhis
Us var deen Janki mata

(power to become light and heavy at will) and Nine Nidhis

(Riches,comfort,power,prestige,fame,sweet relationship etc.)

This boon has been conferred upon you by Mother Janki.

Ram rasayan tumhare pasa

You possess the power of devotion to Shri Ram. In all rebirths
Sada raho Raghupati ke dasa

you will always remain Shri Raghupati's most dedicated disciple.

Tumhare bhajan Ram ko pavai

Through hymns sung in devotion to you, one can find Shri Ram
Janam janam ke dukh bisravai

and become free from sufferings of several births.

Anth kaal Raghuvir pur jayee

If at the time of death one enters the Divine Abode of Shri Ram,
Jahan janam Hari-Bakht Kahayee

thereafter in all future births he is born as the Lord's devotee.

Aur Devta Chit na dharehi

One need not entertain any other deity for Propitiation, as
Hanumanth se hi sarve sukh karehi

devotion of Shri Hanuman alone can give all happiness.

Sankat kate mite sab peera

One is freed from all the sufferings and ill fated contingencies of
Jo sumirai Hanumat Balbeera

rebirths in the world. One who adores and remembers Shri Hanuman.

Jai Jai Jai Hanuman Gosahin

Hail, Hail, Hail, Shri Hanuman, Lord of senses. Let your victory
Kripa Karahu Gurudev ki nyahin

over the evil be firm and final. Bless me in the capacity as my

supreme guru (teacher).

Jo sat bar path kare kohi

One who recites Chalisa one hundred times, becomes free from the
Chutehi bandhi maha sukh hohi

bondage of life and death and enjoys the highest bliss at last.

Jo yah padhe Hanuman Chalisa

All those who recite Hanuman Chalisa (The forty Chaupais)
Hoye siddhi sakhi Gaureesa

regularly are sure to be benedicted. Such is the evidence of no less a

witness as Bhagwan Sankar.

Tulsidas sada hari chera

Tulsidas as a humble devotee of the Divine Master, stays perpetually at
Keejai Das Hrdaye mein dera

his feet, he prays "Oh Lord! You enshrine within my heart & soul."

Pavantnai sankat haran,

Oh! conqueror of the Wind, Destroyer of all miseries, you are a
Mangal murti roop.

symbol of Auspiciousness.
Ram Lakhan Sita sahit,

Along with Shri Ram, Lakshman and Sita, reside in my heart.
Hrdaye basahu sur bhoop.

Oh! King of Gods.

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