Jai Bajrang Bali

31 Mar 2018  Sat

Hanuman Jayanti is the pious day on which Sri Hanuman descended on earth in order to serve the purpose of his eternal master, Lord Ram. In epic Ramayana, Hanuman is one of the central characters and is known as one of the biggest devotees of Shree Ram.

But when Hanuman was a baby, he had been very naughty and mischievous. Hanuman is the favorite god of everyone and even the kids are fascinated by his monkey like appearance.

The kings and queens of ancient India also have worshipped Hanuman and he is seen on many Indian coins. One of the most beautiful coin of the Kadambas of Hangal has Hanuman on it.

The India Post issued a stamp in 2017 having the face value of INR 5 which features flying Hanuman carrying the Sanjivani Hill. Let’s check the story behind this.

When Lakshmana was severely wounded during the battle against Ravana, Hanuman goes to fetch the Sanvijvani, a powerful life-restoring herb from the Himalayas. After reaching there he was unable to identify the herb, so he lifts the entire parvat.

While Westerners keep talking about the Superman, Spiderman, Ironman, etc we Indians have the most powerful man as Hanu-man!

Lord Hanuman is the symbol of strength, energy and power. May God Hanuman bless you with right actions and peace.

Picture Courtesy: Mintage World

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