Hanuman Janmotsav

Hanuman Janmotsav

Hanuman Janmotsav falls on the Shukla Purnima of Chaitra month. Hanuman ji is one of the most revered gods. Hanuman ji is the greatest disciple of Bhagwan Ram. He was born to Kesari and Anjani. Hanuman is known as an ideal karma yogi for his fearless, selfless service, humility, and devotion for Prabhu Ram. Hanuman Jayanti is an important festival for Hindus. He is the symbol of strength and energy. Hanuman ji  can assume any form at will, wield rocks, move mountains. He is worshiped as a deity with eight magical powers ( ashta Shiddis) and the ability to conquer evil spirits.

Significance of Hanuman Janmotsav:

This celebration has lots of importance to Brahmacharis, wrestlers, and bodybuilders. He is known by many names such as Bajrangabali, Pavanasuta, Mahavira, Balibima, Anjanisut, Sankat Mochan, Anjaneya, Maruti, Rudra and much more.. He has devoted his life for Prabhu Rama and Sita. The devotees of the Hanuman ji pray him for their bright future.

Celebrations and Rituals:

On Hanuman Janmotsav, people observe fast, meditate and practice charity. They also read the Hanuman Chalisa. Hanuman Jayanti is very auspicious for wrestlers and bodybuilders. Bodybuilding and wrestling competitions are organized in the villages.

The devotees visit Hanuman temples on this day in the early morning, apply vermillion on Hanuman idol, recite Hanuman Chalisa, offer Prasad of laddoo, and perform Aarti by chanting mantras. After the puja, people apply red Sindur to their own foreheads and distribute laddoo Prasad among the people.

Hanumāna is the divine vanara companion of the Shrī Rāma & Devī Sitā. Hanumāna is one of the central characters of the Hindu epic Rāmayana. He is an ardent devotee of Rāma and one of the chiranjeevis. He is also mentioned in several other texts, such as the epic Mahābhārata and the various Purānas. Hanumāna is also son of the wind-god Vāyu, who played a direct role in Hanumāna's birth.

Hanumāna emerged as an expression of resistance and dedication against Islamic persecution. In the modern era, his iconography and temples have been increasingly common. He is viewed as the ideal combination of "strength, heroic initiative and assertive excellence" and "loving, emotional devotion to his personal Shrī Rāma", as Shakti and Bhakti.

In later literature, He is sometimes portrayed as the patron deity of martial arts such as wrestling and acrobatics, as well as activities such as meditation and diligent scholarship. He symbolizes the human excellences of inner self-control, faith, and service to a cause, hidden behind the e first impressions.

The earliest mention of a divine vānara, interpreted by some scholars as the proto-Hanumāna, is in hymn 10.86 of the Rigveda. The twenty-three verses of the hymn are a metaphorical and riddle-filled legend.

The 16th-century Bhakti poet Tulsidāsa wrote Hanumāna Chālisā, a devotional 40 versed song dedicated to Hanumāna. He had visions where he met face to face with Hanumāna. Based on these meetings, he wrote Rāmacharitmānasa, an Awadhi language version of Rāmayana.

Rank Higher in Search Results?
TubeBuddy will guide you through YouTube's Best Practices and ensure your videos are set up for success.

Get More Views and Subscribers?
Use a variety of tools to help promote your videos across the web and use your existing videos to drive traffic to new uploads.

Test, Tweak and Win the Click
Wondering if your thumbnails could be improved? Let TubeBuddy give you the answer with simplified A/B Testing.

Its free of cost,  just install it from here, Go and earn free traffic Instantly -

Jai Shree Ram 🚩🙏