Hanuman Chalisa

As our own Dharma Youth, Sid Mohanty, had the chance to plan the collaborative Hanuman Chalisa. Through this, he also elaborates on the meaning behind the powerful Hanuman Chalisa.


ॐ श्री गणेशाय नमः

ॐ ऎं सरस्वत्यै नमः

ॐ गुरु नमः


Preface:

Hare Krishna everyone,


Hanumanji is the benefactor of literature, grammar, and music. He personifies discipline, devotion, power, modesty, and he is the destroyer of all our problems.


Tulsidasji (Great Rishi and poet. He wrote Ramcharitmanas and Hanuman Chalisa.) had written these verses, praising Hanumanji when the Mughal Emperor Akbar imprisoned him.


Tulsidasji chanted these verses for 40 days straight. On the 41st day, a vast army of monkeys gathered around and destroyed everything.


Realising his mistake, Akbar let Tulsidas go with honour, and as soon as Tulsidasji was released, the monkeys left the place immediately.


Thus, chanting the Hanuman Chalisa for 40 days straight without a break invokes power, modesty, devotion, and fulfills one’s desires and ambitions.



Hanuman Chalisa हनुमान चालीसा



Shri Rama Ramachandra Bhagwan Ki...JAI !

Pavansut Hanuman Ki...JAI!

Siya Bhaju Ramchandra Ki...JAI!


Jai Ram… Jai jai Ram… Sita Ram… Jai jai Ram… Pyaare Ram… Jai jai Ram.


PAWAN PUTRA HANUMAN KI!





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