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Lord Hanuman

Posted on: September 17, 2011

Lord Hanuman

Hanuman is considered to be an avatar (incarnation) of Lord
Shiva. Shri Hanuman, a great disciple of Sri Rama, is the symbol of devotion and
dedication. Lord Hanumana is a provider of courage, hope, knowledge, intellect
and devotion. Hanuman is in the form of Vaanar (monkey). He is usually pictured
as a strong monkey holding a gada (mace) which is a sign of bravery and having a
picture of Lord Rama on his chest which is a sign of his devotion to Lord Rama.

Birth of Hanuman
Hanuman was born in the Treta Yuga, to
Anjana, a female vanara and Kesari, a strong vanara .This birth was planned by
the Supreme lord with a perfect idea in the mind. The combination of Vanara and
the celestial gave Hanuman strength, divinity and quick wits – his main
characteristics. Being Anjana’s son, Hanuman is also called Anjaneya, which
plainly means “arising from Anjana”.

Hanuman- The

Hanuman remained a Brahmachaari throughout his life, an
unmarried, celibate god. He is especially popular with body-builders, who
believe that like him, one need to be celibate in order to have a strong body.
Hanuman always treated women in the form of Mother and Sister. There are many
incidences in the great epic Ramayana where this fact is proved.

Hanuman – A Great Disciple

Hanuman has intense love for his Lord Rama
which can be considered from this instance. Once Hanuman was asked by Sri Rama,
“How do you consider me?”. Hanuman said: “Oh Lord, while I identify myself with
my body, I am Thy servant. When I consider myself an individual soul, I am Thy
part. But when I look upon myself as the spirit, I am one with Thee. This is my
firm conviction.”

Worship of Hanuman
Hanuman is worshipped for
his strength, agility and valor. The worship of Hanuman, symbolizes the worship
of the Supreme Lord, for acquiring knowledge, physical and mental strength,
truthfulness, sincerity, self-sacrifice, modesty, loyalty, and profound devotion
to the Lord. Sri Hanuman was blessed by Sri Rama with immortality (chiranjeevi).
Every temple of Sri Rama contains an idol of Hanuman. Worship of Hanuman is
considered mandatory to complete the worship of Lord Rama.

Chaitra (in between March-April), Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated to honor the
birth of Hanuman, the monkey god widely acclaimed throughout India.

Hanuman Aarti
Hanuman Aarti
completes the worship or prayers made to the God. It is believed that aarti
provides a completion to the puja .This aarti of Shri Hanuman is also known
Bajrangbali Aarti.

Shri Hanuman

Shri Hanuman Chalisa is a prayer of “forty verses”. Verses are
recited or chanted by groups. The acts and deeds of Lord Hanuman are recalled in
these verses to aid the devotee to meditate on virtuous and noble qualities.

Names of

Lord Hanuman is the epitome of devotion and dedication towards
his Lord Rama. Shri Hanuman is considered as the avatar or incarnation of Lord
Shiva. Hanuman is also known as the Monkey God, who represents strength, valor,
wisdom, intellect and sincere devotion. Hanuman is a powerful God who observed
celibacy throughout his life.

Legends of Hanuman
ji is considered as the incarnation of Lord Shiva. Shri Hanuman is one of the
popular gods of the Hindu religion and is worshipped all over the world. Life of
Hanuman is a legend in itself, for his immeasurable love towards his Prabhu


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