Hanuman Jayanti Festival

Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Hanuman, the Vanara god, who is the 11th Rudra Avatar of Lord Shiva on the 15th day of the Shukla Paksha, on Chaitra Pournima widely throughout India.

Significance of Hanuman Jayanti Celebration:
Hanuman Jayanti is an important festival of Hindus. 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 of flight. He is worshipped as a deity with magical powers and the ability to conquer evil spirits.From early morning, devotees flock Hanuman temples to worship him and apply tilaka of sindoor to their foreheads from Hanuman’s idol as Hanuman himself was of that color.

Hanuman is an ardent devotee of Lord Rama and is worshipped for his unflinching devotion to that god and indicates the balanced coexistence of the whole human fraternity with the nature’s incredible creature, Lord Hanuman from Vanara community. Hanuman is the symbol of strength and energy. This celebration has lots of importance to all however Brahmacharis, wrestlers and bodybuilders are specially inclined towards this celebration. There are many names through which Lord Hanuman is famous among his devotees like Bajrangabali, Pavanasuta, Pavankumar, Mahavira, Balibima, Marutsuta, Anjanisut, Sankat Mochan, Anjaneya, Maruti, Rudra or The Monkey King (not to be confused with Sun Wukong) and many more. He is a central figure in the Hindu epic Ramayana and its various versions known as one of the Chiranjeevi mentioned in several other texts, including Mahabharata, the various Puranas and some Jain texts. Several texts also present him as an incarnation of Lord Shiva and participated in Rama’s war against the demon king Ravana and is the son of Anjana and Kesari, also described as the son of the wind-god Vayu, who according to several stories, played a role in his birth.

In South India, especially in Tamil Nadu Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated on the Margazhi month of Moola Nakshathram. It is said that Hanuman was born on the moola nakshathra in Marghazi month. Hanuman was the most powerful in the three people the Heaven people, the Hell people, and the Land peopleAll these Gods had blessed him when he was just a 1/2-year-old child.
Significance of Betel Leaf:
A special Aakku Puja with Betel leafs and Vada mala are used in puja for the deity Hanuman by writing Jai Sri Ram on each leaf on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and oil is also carried to offer hanuman.      

The Betel leafs play a significant role while offering to the deity as mentioned below:                                                                       

A story says that during Ram-Ravana war, Ravana was trying his best to defeat Ram. Hanuman was carrying Ram on his back so Ravana started attacking Hanuman. Hanuman could not be killed but got hurt in the war. Ram made Ravana run out of the battleground, and himself applied oil on the scars of Hanuman to relieve him of pain. This tradition is still followed.

After the success in the war against Ravana, Sita Devi spotted hanuman in a betel leaf garden. When Hanuman bowed to her feet seeking her blessings, Sita Devi plucked few betel leaves and showered on Hanuman in order to bless him, so the ritual is still followed.

Another story depicts that when Sri Hanuman conveyed the message from Sri Rama, Sita Devi garlanded Sri Hanuman with betel leaves as a token of her joy and appreciation, as she could not find any flowers nearby.

So these are the various reasons why Lord Hanuman is worshiped with oil and betel leaves.Hanuman Jayanti observed in Different places on Different dates in a year:
   *In Tamil Nadu, Hanuman Jayanti is observed during the Margazhi month (December – January)        (January 10, 2016 as per many panchangs) – (some had marked it on January 9).
   *In Andhra Pradesh, Hanumant Jayanti is observed after a 41-day Deeksha which begins on              Chaitra Purnima (April 22). Hanuman Jayanti in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh in 2016 is on      May 31, 2016. Sri Veeranjaneya Swamy of this temple is a “Swayambhu” (self existing                    image). Sri Tadbund Hanuman Temple is located at Sikh village, Secunderabad in                        Hyderabad. Lord Hanuman is the main deity here in the form of Sri Veeranjaneya Swamy. This is      one of the famous ancient temples in Hyderabad. Most devotees visit on Tuesday and Saturdays to      the temple every week.

*In Orissa, Hanuman Jayanti is observed during Vishubha Sankranti (April 15).

   *In Karnataka – Another popular day dedicated to Hanuman is the Hanumantha Vrata observed in      Margashirsh month (November – December) in Karnataka and parts of Andhra Pradesh and                Telagnana. This is on December 12, 2016.

   *In Maharashtra, Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated on the full moon day (pūrnima) of the Hindu            lunar month of Chaitra and according to some religious almanacs (panchāngs) the birthday of              Hanuman falls on the fourteenth day (chaturdashi) in the dark fortnight of the month of Ashvin            while according to others it falls on the full moon day in the bright fortnight of Chaitra. On this          day, in a Hanuman temple spiritual discourses are started at dawn. Hanuman was born at sunrise.        At that time the spiritual discourse is stopped and the offering of food (Prasad) is distributed to            everyone. Spiritual discourses are organised in most of the Hindu temples on this day.

   *Hanuman Jayanti is also observed some communities during Diwali (October 29, 2016). This      is observed on the previous day of Diwali. 
It is traditionally claimed that Hanuman is present wherever the Ramayana is read:

अमलकमलवर्णं प्रज्ज्वलत्पावकाक्षं सरसिजनिभवक्त्रं सर्वदा सुप्रसन्नम् |
पटुतरघनगात्रं कुण्डलालङ्कृताङ्गं रणजयकरवालं वानरेशं नमामि ||
यत्र यत्र रघुनाथकीर्तनं तत्र तत्र कृतमस्तकाञ्जलिम् ।
बाष्पवारिपरिपूर्णलोचनं मारुतिं नमत राक्षसान्तकम् ॥
yatra yatra raghunāthakīrtanaṃ tatra tatra kṛta mastakāñjalim ।
bāṣpavāriparipūrṇalocanaṃ mārutiṃ namata rākṣasāntakam ॥

“Bow down to Hanumān, who is the slayer of demons, and who is present with head bowed and eyes full of flowing tears wherever the fame of Rāma is sung.”

There are other texts, such as the Vinaya Patrika by Tulsidas, with only slight variations in language. During readings of the Ramayana, a special puja and space (“asana”, or seat) are reserved for Hanuman.

A number of religious leaders have claimed to have seen Hanuman over the course of the centuries, notably Madhvacharya (13th cent. CE), Tulsidas (16th cent.), Samarth Ramdas (17th cent.), Raghavendra Swami (17th cent.) and Swami Ramdas (20th cent.). Swaminarayan, founder of the Swaminarayan sect of Hinduism, elevated Hanuman to a special position by instructing his followers that other than worshipping God through the Narayana Kavacha, Hanuman was the only deity that they could worship in the event of trouble by evil spirits.                                                                                        
History Behind Birth Of Lord Hanuman Or Bajrangbali:
Hanuman or Mahavira is the son of Anjana, who was an Apsara. Due to a curse, she was born on earth in the form of a female Vanara (monkey). To get relief from the curse, it was necessary for her to give birth to an Avatar (incarnation) of Lord Shiva. For this, Anjana and Kesari (Hanuman’s mother and father) worshiped Lord Shiva with full devotion and intense penance (Tapasya). Their dedication and respect toward the deity pleased Lord Shiva. As a result, he granted them the boon and Hanuman was born to the couple. Therefore, Mahavira is also known as an incarnation of Lord Shiva.According to the calculations of Astrologers Hanuman was born on Chaitra pournima of Tuesday in Chitra Nakshtra and Mesha Lagnam(Aries Constellation).

Hanuman avatar is considered as the 11th Rudra avatar of the Lord Shiva in Mahabhagvata Puranam,Skanda Puranam,Brhaddharma Puranam and Mahanataka among others with great devotion, strength, knowledge, divine power, bravery, intelligence, spirit for selfless service etc. and known as Panchamukha Hanuman. He has devoted his life only for his Lord Rama and Mata Sita and never shows his bravery and intelligence without any purpose. The devotees of the Lord Hanuman always pray him for getting blessed with the same for their bright future. He is worshipped in many ways by his devotees; some meditates by repeating his name many times to get power, fame, success and etc in the life whereas some reads the Hanuman Chalisa to get the same.

History Behind Building Temple for Hanuman:

Chitrakoot in Central India is claimed to be the resting place of Hanuman.The Hanuman Dhara Temple is situated on the peak of mountain where there is natural rock formation image of Shri Hanuman inside the cave and a natural stream of water falling on the tail. It is believed that after the coronation of Lord Rama, Hanuman requested for a permanent place to settle in the Kingdom of Lord Rama, where his Injury of burns on his tails will be cured.

Lord Rama, then with his arrow, spurred a stream of water on the tip of mountain and asked Hanuman to rest there with water of the stream falling on his tail to cool down burning sensation in his tail. The access to the cave temple is through stairs starting from bottom of the mountain to its top. It takes roughly 30 to 40 minutes to reach the temple. Over time the temple has gained a new name, namely Hanuman Dhara.

Some of the Important Temples of Hanuman:
(1) Jakhu temple is a famous temple at Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh.

(2) The oldest known independent Hanuman statue is the one at Khajuraho, which has an inscription dated Sam. 940 (AD 883) mentioning that it was erected by Gahil’s son Gollak.

(3) Sankat Mochan Shri Hanuman Mandir, located in the Punjab town of Phillaur is one of the popular temples of Hanuman.

(4) Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple, Varanasi, believed to be built by Tulsidas, is second most popular temple in the city.

(5) Namakkal Anjaneyar Temple is located in the town of Namakkal, Tamil Nadu. There is an 18-feet idol of Hanuman in the temple facing east, worshipping Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swami (one of the avatar of god Vishnu) in this temple. Anjenayar idol is Swayambu, believed to be growing in height; thus, temple has no roof enclosing.

(6)Sholinghur Sri Yoga Narasimha Swami Temple and Sri Yoga Anjaneyar Temple, located in Sholinghur, a town which is about 30 km from Arakkonam of Vellore District.

(7)Ragigudda Anjaneya temple is a Hanuman temple located in JP Nagar Bangalore. The temple is located on a hillock.

(8) The Hanuman Temple at Nerul, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India is situated inside SIES complex.

(9) An 32 feet (10 m) idol of Sri Anjaneyar was entrenched in 1989 at Nanganallur in Chennai, India. The distinguishing factor of the idol is that it was molded out of a single rock.

(10) An 85-foot (26 m) Karya Siddhi Hanuman statue was installed at Carapichaima in Trinidad and Tobago, by Avadhoota Dattapeetham’s Pontiff Ganapathi Sachchidananda. It is the tallest in the Western hemisphere and second tallest in the world. One has also built a Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple in Frisco, Texas in the U.S.

(11) The tallest Hanuman statue is the Veera Abhaya Anjaneya Hanuman Swami, standing 135 feet tall at Yerravaram, 46 km from Rajahmundry in Andhra Pradesh, installed in 2003.

(12) Hanuman Vatika in Rourkela, Odisha has a 75-foot (23 m) statue of Hanuman.Other temples inside the premises are 12 Jyotirlingas, Batta Mangala Devi, Sarala Devi Temple, Jagannath Temple, Lakshmi, and Santoshi Mata Temple.

(13) At the Shri Hanuman Mandir, Sarangpur the image of Hanuman is said to have come alive and moved when installed and the temple is noted for getting rid of evil spirits.

(14) Suchindram Temple is a pious place lying about 14 km from Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu. The temple is famous for its 18 feet tall Hanuman idol. This idol is decorated fully with butter (Vennai kappu in Tamil) and Sandalwood paste (Chandana kappu in Tamil).

(15) In Rajasthan, Hanuman Temples at Mehendipur Balaji in Dausa district (80 km from Jaipur) and Salasar dhaam in Churu district (160 km from Jaipur) attract a large number of devotees from all over India. The idol of Hanumanji at Hanuman Temple, Mehendipur Balaji is Svayambhu and attracts many devotees for getting rid of evil spirits.

(16) Bhaktha Anjaneyar Temple is located in Vedasandur, Dindigul, Tamil Nadu.

(17) Ashtamsa Varadha Anjaneyar Temple is located in Coimbatore. The idol of the deity is made of Salagrama stone. In the temple, Goddess Lakshmi graces the devotees from the right palm of Hanuman whose tail faces North, direction of Kubera, God of wealth.During the Tamil New Year, an offering of 10,008 fruits is made to the deity. Raja Maruthi Alankaram, Vennai Alankaram and Vadamalai offerings are the regular Sevas here on Saturdays. In the Tamil month of Purattasi, Vadai Malai, Swaya Roopam, Chenduram, Swarnamayam and Muthangi Sevai are offered to God on Saturdays.
(18)The Kaviyoor Mahadevar Temple a small village about 5-6 km from town Thiruvalla,Kerala
here is about 100 years old and the Hanuman temple inside the Shiva temple is considered as very auspicious by devotees. Hanuman idol consecrated here is made of Panchaloha and is depicting him telling the story of Ramayana to Sita in the Asoka Vana.

(19)Yalagur, a small village about 30–35 km from the town of Bagalkot in Karnataka, also has a temple dedicated to Hanuman.

(20)Shamanur village, the suburbs of Davangere city in the state of Karnataka, India, is noted for Sri Anjaneya Swamy Temple.
(21)Sri Baktha Hanuman Temple, at Ramboda in Sri Lanka is known to be a place where Hanuman was searching for Sita Devi.


SriHanuman (Original)EastThis face removes all blemishes of sin and confers purity of mind.
NarasimhaSouthRemoves fear of enemies and confers victory. Narasimha is the Lion-Man avatar of Lord Vishnu, who took the form to protect his devotee Prahladfrom his evil father, Hiranyakashipu. Hanuman may have had this face during the burning of Lanka and fighting in the war.
GarudaWestDrives away evil spells, black magic influences, negative spirits and removes all poisonous effects in one’s body. Garuda is Lord Vishnu‘s vehicle, as the King of birds he knows the secrets of death and the beyond. The Garuda Purana is a Hindu text based on this knowledge.
VarahaNorthWards off the troubles caused by bad influences of the planets and confers all eight types prosperity (Ashta Aishwarya). Varaha is another LordVishnu avatar, he took this form and dug up land, Hanuman may have had this face whilst collecting the Sanjeev mountain.
HayagrivaUpwards(Urddha Mukha) face confers knowledge, victory, good wife and progeny.

The Various Panchamukha Anjaneya Swami Temples:

The five faced Hanuman described in Parashara Samhitha ( an Agama text) is very popular and also known as Panchamukha Anjaneya and Panchamukhi Anjaneya. (Anjaneya, which means “son of Anjana”, is another name of Hanuman). These faces show there is nothing in the world which does not come under any the influence of any of the five faces, symbolic of his all around security to all devotees,also signifies vigilance and control over the five directions – north, south, east, west and the upward direction/zenith. 

There are five ways of prayerNaman, Smaran, Keerthanam, Yachanam and ArpanamThe 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 Rama.
  • He also begged (yachanam) Sri Rama to bless him the undivided love.

The weapons are a parashu, a Khanda, a chakra, a dhaalam, a gada, a trishula, a kumbha, a Katar, a plate filled with blood and again a big Gada.

Sri Panchamukha Anjaneya Swami was the main deity of Sri Raghavendra Swami along with Lord Rama. The place where he meditated for 12 years on this five-faced form of Hanuman known as Panchamukhi, where in a temple for him has been built and also got darshan of Hanuman.

(1) There is also a shrine for Panchamukha Anjaneya Swami atKumbakonam in Tamil Nadu, India.
( 2) A 40 feet (12 m) tall monolithic green granite murti of Sri Panchamukha Hanuman has been installed in Thiruvallur, also in Tamil Nadu. This place was known as Rudravanam in olden times when many saints and seers had blessed this place with their presence. The Panchamukha Hanuman Ashram itself was established by a saint called Venkatesa Battar.

(3) A four-foot image of Panchmukha Hanuman has been consecrated West of Lusaka, Zambia in Oye Kapi farm. Panchavady Panchmuga Anjaneya Temple, has been built in a small village, on the high way leading to Tindivanam just 12 km distance from Puducherry. The gigantic idol of Anjaneya which is standing is about 32 feet high is becoming popular day by day and attracts all worshippers, young and old, alike from far and near.

(4) The Jayamangala Panchamukha Sri Anjaneya Swamy Temple constructed on a 12 acre land, around from 29th kilometre on the Tindivanam – Pondicherry National Highway. This area is known as Panchavatee Kshetram.The Panchamukha Sri Anjaneyaswamy’s Vigraham, installed at the Panchavatee Kshetram was on 11 June 2003, is in unique Viswaroopa posture (Thirukolam), 36 feet in height and 15 feet wide not seen anywhere else on this earth.The Consecreation (Maha-kumbhabhishekam) for this Temple was performed on 31 January 2007.

Besides this Sannidhi for Anjaneyaswamy, the Temple also enshrines Sannidhis for:

   *Jayamangala Valampuri Maha Ganapathy
   *Sri Ramachandra Prabhu in Pattabishega Thirukolam   

The Greatness of Hanuman is explained by Lord Ram in the Ramayana as given below:

Lord Ram said to Hanuman,

‘I am greatly indebted to you, O mighty hero. You did marvelous, superhuman deeds. You do not want anything in return. … you have not asked for anything at any time. You threw away the precious garland of pearls given to you by Sita.
How can I repay my debt of gratitude to you? I will always remain deeply indebted to you.
I give you the boon of everlasting life. All will honor and worship you like myself. Your idol will be placed at the door of my temple and you will be worshipped and honored first. Whenever my stories are recited or glories sung, your glory will be sung before mine. You will be able to do anything, even that which I will not be able to!’

Devotees chant Hanuman Chalisa,Hanuman Ashtak and Sundara Kanda on this day. The recital of Ramayana and Ramcharitmanas is also considered auspicious on this day. The epic Ramayana, is wholly centered on the narrative of Rama, who is the scion of the family tree of Raghu of the Sun Dynasty and the crown prince of Ayodhya who is also considered in Hindu tradition as one of the Avataras of Vishnu. However, Tulsidas never alludes to Ramcharitmanas as being a retelling of Valmiki Ramayana. He calls the epic Ramcharitmanas as the story of Rama was stored in the mind (Mānasa) of Shiva before he narrated the same to His consort Parvati. Tulsidas claims to have received the story through his guru, Narharidas.Most Hindu devotees also fast on the day or on the previous day.

There is a tradition of reading Ramayana with Sundara Kanda which is read by religious Hindus, preferably on Tuesdays or Saturdays, as these days are earmarked for special prayers for Hanuman.

There is a religious faith suggesting that its recital brings harmony to the household. Many Hindus believe that if you do not have time to read the whole Ramayana, you should read the Sundara Kanda.This is the most blessed Kandam or section in the whole of Ramayana and therefore it gains this unique name ‘Sundara Kandam’. ‘Sundaram‘ means Beauty. Lord Hanuman’s other name is ‘Sundara‘. In Sundara Kandam, Sage Valmiki speaks about the achievements of Hanuman. For Hanuman nothing is impossible. His attitude always reminds us self-confidence, faith and devotion to Rama, fearlessness, and trustworthiness.

Significance of 7 dohas of Sundara Kanda:

There are 7 dohas in Sundara Kanda of Ramcharitmanas which contain the word sundar. It is said that a person who recites these earns the credit of a full Sundara Kanda recital.

At the end of the Sundara Kanda parayana recite this sloka:

Yatra yatra Raghunatha KirtanamTatra

tatra kritha mastakanjalim

Bhaspavaan paripurna lochanam

Marutim namata rakshasanthakam 

Manojavam Maruttulyavegm
Jitendrium Buddhimatam Varishtham
Vatatmajam Vanarayuthmukhyam
Shri Ramdutam Sharanam Prapdye.

Hanuman Aarti:

Aarti Kije Hanuman Lala ki, Dustdalan Raghunath kala ki
Jake bal se giriwar kanpe, Rog dosh jake nikat na jhanke
Anjani putra maha bal dayee, Santan ke prabhu sada sahayi
De beera Raghunath pathaye, Lanka jaari seeya soodhi laye
Lanka so koti Samudra Si khaayi, Jat pawansut bar na layee
Lanka Jaari asur sanghare, Seeya Ramjee ke kaaj saware
Lakshman murchhit pare Sakare laye Sajeewan pran ubaare
Paithi patal tori jam kare, Ahiravana ki bhuja ukhare
Baaye bhuja asur dal mare, Dahine bhuja sant jan tare
Sur nar muni jan aarti utare, Jai jai jai Hanuman uchare
Kanchan thal Kapoor lou chhayi, Aarti karat Anjana mayi
Jo Hanuman ji ki Aarti gawe, Basi Bakuntha parampad pawe.


Shri Guru charan saroj raj, nij man mukur sudhari
Varnau Raghubar vimal jasu, jo dayak phal chari
Buddhihin tanu janike, sumiro Pavankumar
Bal buddhi vidya dehu mohi, harahu kalesh vikar.

Jay Hanuman gyan gun sagar, jay Kapis tihun lok ujagar.
Ramdut atulit bal dhama, Anjani putra Pavansut nama.

Pavantanay sankat haran, Mangal murati rup
Ram Lakhan Sita sahit, hriday basahu sur bhup.

Why one should read Hanuman Chalisa?

Hanuman Chalisa is to be read to glorify Lord Hanuman or Vajrangaji. This method of approaching Lord Hanuman will help one get the favour of Lord Ramachandra, the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Independently approaching Lord Ramachandra is not as effective as apporaching Him through His pure devotee.  It is stated by Lord Shiva in thePadma Purana:

[Lord Shiva told the goddess Durgä:] ‘My dear Devi, although the Vedas recommend worship of demigods, the worship of Lord Vishnu is topmost. However, above the worship of Lord Vishnu is the rendering of service to Vaishnavas, who are related to Lord Vishnu.’
Hanuman Chalisa:

Mahavir vikram Bajrangi, kumati nivar sumati ke sangi
Kanchan baran viraj suvesha, kanan kundal kunchit kesa
Hath vajra aur dhvaja biraje, kandhe munj janeu saje
Shankar suvan Kesrinandan, tej pratap maha jagvandan
Vidyavan guni ati chatur, Ram kaj karibe ko atur
Prabhu charitra sunibe ko rasiya, Ram Lakhan Sita man basiya
Sukshma rup dhari siyahi dikhava, vikat rup dhari Lanka jarava
Bhim rup dhari asur sanhare, Ramchandra ke kaj sanvare
Laye sanjivan Lakhan jiyaye, Shri Raghubir harashi ur laye
Raghupati kinhi bahut barai, tum mam priya Bharathi sam bhai
Sahas badan tumharo yash gave, asi kahi Shripati kanth lagave
Sanakadik Brahmadi Munisha, Narad Sarad sahit ahisha
Yam Kuber Digpal jahan te, Kavi kovid kahi sake kahan te
Tum upkar Sugrivahin kinha, Ram milai Rajpad dinha
Tumharo mantra Vibhishan mana, Lankeshvar bhaye sabh jag jana
Jug sahasra yojan par bhanu, lilyo tahi madhur phal janu
Prabhu mudrika meli mukh mahi, jaladhi langhi gaye achraj nahin
Durgam kaj jagat ke jete, sugam anugraha tumhare tete
Ram duare tum rakhvare, hot na agya binu paisare
Sab sukh lahai tumhari sarna, tum rakshak kahu ko darna
Aapan tej samharo apai, tino lok hank te kanpe
Bhut pisach nikat nahin ave, Mahabir jab nam sunave
Nase rog hare sab pira, japat nirantar Hanumat bira
Sankat te Hanuman chhudave, man kram bachan dhyan jo lave
Sab par Ram tapasvi raja, tinke kaj sakal tum saja
Aur manorath jo koi lave, soi amit jivan phal pave
Charo jug partap tumhara, hai parsidh jagat ujiyara
Sadhu sant ke tum rakhvare, asur nikandan Ram dulare
Asht siddhi navanidhi ke data, us var din janki mata
Ram rasayan tumhare pasa, sada raho Raghupati ke dasa
Tumhare bhajan Ram ko bhave, janam janam ke dukh bisarave
Antakal Raghuvar pur jai, jahan janma Hari bhakta kahai
Aur devta chit na dharai, Hanumat sei sarva sukh karai
Sankat kate mite sab pira, jo sumre Hanumat balbira
Jai Jai Jai Hanuman gusain, kripa karahu gurudev ke nai
Jo shat bar path kar soi, chhotahin bandi maha sukh hoi
Jo yah padhe Hanuman chalisa, hoi siddhi sakhi gaurisa
Tulsidas sada Hari chera, kije nath hriday mahan dera.

Some of Famous Hanuman Temples:

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