Hanuman Chalisa

Hanuman has been one of the most prominent figures in the religious history of the Hindus. His mention has been found in some of the holiest books of the religion. He is prayed as one of the lords. Lord Hanuman was largely known as one of the most trusted associates of Lord Ram, who went on to fight against the evil Ravan to free his wife, Sita. Apart from this, the mighty Lord is also known for his inhumane abilities like flying and changing size. He is also known for his strength. Various stories of the execution of his strength are well noted in some of the historic religious books.

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Hanuman is for all the good reasons, worshiped by many of the Hindus. One of the most predominant way in which Lord Hanuman is called upon by His disciples each day, it by the Hanuman Chalisa. The Hanuman Chalisa is a religious hymn by Tulsi Das, which is dedicated to Bajrang Bali(another predominant name of Lord Hanuman) . While there are many beliefs about the same, we would be pointing down some of the most well-known beliefs below.

  1. It is believed by many followers of Hinduism that the repeated chants of this particular hymn will help them stay away from the evil spirits and will also help them protect themselves against all evil influences.
  2. A Hanuman Chalisa in the written form, if carried along while traveling is considered to protect the person against any ill fate and to help them stay safe on the road and avoid any unwanted or undesirable mishap.
  3. It is believed that by reciting the Hanuman Chalisa, one can please Lord Shani, as it is believed that Lord Shani would never harm a true devotee of Bajrang Bali.
  4. Couples, who are about to get married are advised to recite the hymn around 100 times a day, so as to make sure that they have a happy and peaceful married life.

These are some of the many benefits that one has from the recitation of the Hanuman Chalisa hymn. Well, the Hanuman Chalisa is one of the most powerful and prominent aspects of Hinduism, as it not only pleases one deity, but as many as three deities can be pleased with the same.

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