Friday, February 10, 2012

Lord Hanuman- Immortal God Of Hinduism

Lord Hanuman- Immortal God Of Hinduism


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There are more than 20 crores gods in hindu religion and each of them are associated with different powers and resources. But it is impossible to gratify all of them. There are some of the most prominent gods in hindu religion and one of them is Lord Hanuman. Lord Hanuman is the incarnation of Lord Shiva and is praised as the god of power, devotion and intelligence. As per spiritual believes, Lord Hanuman is the server of Lord Rama who is the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. 

About Lord Hanuman-

Lord Hanuman was born in Kishkindha, now in Chennai which was the kingdom of Vanaras or Monkey. He was the son of monkey king Kesari and monkey queen Anjana. Lord Hanuman was born after the long and steady penance of Lord Shiva conducted by Anjana. Lord Shiva got pleasant with the penance of Anjana and gave her the boon of taking birth from her womb. This boon was carried to Anjana by the god of wind, Lord Pawan. Therefore Lord Hanuman is also known as Pawan putra. 

Childhood Of Lord Hanuman- 

In the childhood, Lord Hanuman was very notorius. Once he was sitting in the room as his mother punished him and didnt gave him the food for the day. Lord Hanuman was sitting hungry in his room and at random his eyes went to the yellow fruit in the mango tree but actually it was not the fruit rather it was Sun that was visible like fruit between the branches of the tree.Lord Hanuman has got the boon from his birth that he can fly across the seas and over the sky. 

He flew toward the sun to eat it. After flying long he reached to the sun. Lord Sun saw a child coming toward him and he stopped. When Lord Hanuman reached the sun, Lord Sun elucidated him but Lord Indra though that he is a evil power and he hitted him with his Vajra. Lord Hanuman got hitted hard on his chin and felled toward earth fainting. Lord Pawan holded him while falling and taken him to the safe place. Seeing Lord Hanuman in this condition he taken all the air from the atmosphere of the earth and due to this all living being on earth were suffocating and dying. 

Then after all the gods appeared and blessed Lord Hanuman with new powers and boons. Lord Indra gave him the boon that no weapon will harm him ever. Lord Bramha gave him boon that he will be protected from the most dangerous weapon, Bharamastra. Lord Yama gave him boon that he will be immortal and will be presented on earth forever. Lord Kuber gave Lord Hanuman a mace as his main weapon. 

Lord Hanuman And Ramayana - 
Lord Hanuman was the main character of Ramayana. He was the main devotee of Lord Rama and helped him in defeating Ravan, the king of Lanka. Lord Hanuman helped Lord Rama to release Sita from the imprisonment of Ravan. Lord Hanumanc rossed the ocean to reach the Lanka to search out Sita and was trapped by Meghanath, son of Ravan. Lord Hanuman was brought to Ravan and he ordered his courtier to put fire in Hanuman's tail. 

When his tail was fired then Lord Hanuman burned whole Lanka with his tail. When Laxman was hitted by Meghnath and got hysteric then Lord Hanuman flew from Lanka to Himalaya to get the Sanjeevani which will cure Laxman. When he reached to Himalaya he went confused in recognizing sanjeevani and then he lifted mountain and brought it to Lanka within time period.

Lord Hanuman Most Powerful Mantra -

"ॐ हं हनुमते रुद्रत्म्काया हूं फट"

"Om ham hanumate rudra atmakaya hoom phat"

Charming this mantra for 108 times will fulfill all your wishes.

Names Of Lord Hanuman -

Name                                           Meaning
Anjaneya                                     Son of Anjana
Anjanagarbhasambhoota            Born of Anjani
Ashokavanikachhetre                 Destroyer of Ashoka Orchard (Grove)
Akshahantre                                Slayer of Aksha
Balarka                                        Sadrushanana Like the Rising Sun
Bheemasenasahayakrute            Helper of Bheema
Batnasiddhikara                          Granter of Strength
Bhakthavatsala                            Protector of Devotees
Bajrangbali                                 With strength of daamod
Bhavishya                                   Chaturanana Aware of Future Happenings
Chanchaladwala                         Glittering Tail Suspended Above The Head.
Chiranjeevini                             Immortal, Without death
Chaturbahave                             Four-Armed
Dashabahave                              Ten-Armed
Danta                                         Peaceful, Calm
Dheera                                      Courageous, Valiant
Deenabandhave                        Defender of the Oppressed
Daithyakulantaka                     Destroyer of Demons
Daityakarya                              Vidhyataka Destroyer of All Demons' Activities
Dhruddavrata                            Determined Meditator
Dashagreevakulantaka             Slayer of the Ten-Headed Ravana Race
Gandharvavidya                       Tatvangna Exponent in the Art of Celestials
Gandhamadhana                      Shailastha Resident of Gandhamadhana
Hanumanta                              One with Puffy Cheeks
Indrajit                                    Prahitamoghabrahmastra Vinivaraka Remover of the Effect of Indrajit's            Brahmastra
Jambavatpreeti                      Vardhana Winner of Jambavan's Love
JaiKapeesh                            Hailing Monkey
Kapeeshwara                         Lord of Monkeys
Kabalikruta                           One who swallowed the Sun
Kapisenanayaka                    Head of the Monkey Army
Kumarabrahmacharine         Youthful Bachelor
Kesarinandan                        Son of Kesari
Kesarisuta                            Son of Kesari
Kalanemi                             Pramathana Slayer of Kalanemi
Harimarkatamarkata           Lord of the Monkeys
Karagrahavimoktre            One who Frees from Imprisonment
Kalanabha                           Organizer or Controller of Time
Kanchanabha                      Golden-Hued Body
Kamaroopine                     Altering Form at Will
Lankineebhanjana              Slayer of Lankini
Lakshmanapranadatre        Reviver of Lakshmana's Life
Lankapuravidahaka            The One Who Burnt Lanka
Lokapujya                          Worshipped by the Universe
Maruti                               Son of Marut (wind god, Vayu)
Mahadhyuta                      Most Radiant
Mahakaya                         One with colossal body, Gigantic
Manojavaya                     Swiftness like Wind
Mahatmane                     Supreme Being
Mahavira                         Most Courageous or Valiant
Marutatmaja                   Adored Like Gems
Mahabala                        Parakrama Of Great Strength
Mahatejase                    Most Radiant
Maharavanamardana      Slayer of the Famous Ravana
Mahatapase                    Great Meditator
Navavyakruti                  Pandita Skilful Scholar
Parthadhwajagrasamvasine - Having Principal Place on Arjuna's Flag
Pragnya                         Scholar
Prasannatmane             Cheerful
Pratapavate                   Known for Valour
Paravidhyaparihara      Destroyer of Enemies Wisdom
Parashaurya                 Vinashana Destroyer of Enemy's Valour
Parijata                        Tarumoolastha Dweller under the Parijata Tree
Prabhave                      Popular Lord
Paramantra                  Nirakartre Acceptor of Rama's Mantra Only
Pingalaksha                 Pink-Eyed
Pavanputra                  Son of Wind god
Panchavaktra              Five-Faced
Parayantra                  Prabhedaka Destroyer of Enemies' Missions
Ramasugreeva            Sandhatre Mediator between Rama and Sugreeva
Ramakathalolaya       Crazy of listening Rama's Story
Ratnakundala             Deeptimate Wearing Gem-Studded Earrings
Rudraveerya              Samudbhava Born of Shiva
Ramachudamaniprada - Deliverer of Rama's Ring
Ramabhakta               Devoted to Rama
Ramadhuta - Ambassador of Rama
Rakshovidhwansakaraka - Slayer of Demons
Sankatamochanan - Reliever of sorrows
Sitadevi - Mudrapradayaka Deliverer of the Ring of Sita
Sarvamayavibhanjana - Destroyer of All Illusions
Sarvabandha - Vimoktre Detacher of all Relationship
Sarvagraha - Nivashinay Killer of all Evil Effects of Planets
Sarvaduhkhahara - Reliever of all Agonies
Sarvalolkacharine - Wanderer of all Places
Sarvamantra - Swaroopavate Possessor of all Hymns
Sarvatantra - Sawaroopine Shape of all Hymns
Sarvayantratmaka - Dweller in all Yantras
Sarvarogahara - Reliever of all Ailments
Sarvavidhyasampath - Pradayaka Granter of Knowledge and Wisdom
Shrunkalabandhamochaka - Reliever from a Chain of Distresses
Sitashoka - Nivarana Destroyer of Sita's Sorrow
Shrimate - Honored, Revered
Simhikaprana - Bhanjana Slayer of Simhika
Sugreeva - Sachiva Minister of Sugreeva
Shoora - Gallant, Bold
Surarchita - Worshipped by Celestials
Sphatikabha - Spotless, Crystal-Clear
Sanjeevananagahatre - Carrier of Sanjeevi Mount
Shuchaye - Pure, Chaste
Shanta - Very Composed and Calm
Shatakanttamadapahate - Destroyer of Shatakantta's Arrogance
Sitanveshana - Pandita Skilful in finding Sita's Whereabouts
Sharapanjarabhedaka - Destroyer of the Nest made of Arrows
Sitaramapadaseva - Always engaged in Rama's Service
Sagarotharaka - Leapt Across the Ocean
Tatvagyanaprada - Granter of Wisdom
Vanara - Monkey
Vibheeshanapriyakara - Beloved of Vibheeshana
Vajrakaya - Hard Like Metal
Vardhimainakapujita - Worshipped by Mynaka
Vagmine - Spokesman
Vijitendriya - Controller of the Senses
Vajranakha - Strong-Nailed
Vagadheeksha - Lord of Spokesmen
Yogine - Yogi (Saint)

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1 comment:

  1. The name 'Bajrangbali' is a spoiled Hindi pronunciation of the actual Sanskrut name 'Wajr-raang Bali'. it's used for the one who has the power to destroy even the Wajr, a hefty divine bow which was constructed by Devs from the bones of Maharshi Dadhichi. secondly the millions of gods in Sanatan Dharm doesn't all hail from the parent religion. since 'Sanatan Dharm' mean 'eternal religion' while the word 'Dharm' itself is a derivative of the real word 'Dharan' which means 'to wear', the million gods in Sanatan Dharma had come under one roof from many followers of different beliefs. unlike how people are converted in other religions & now days in Hindu Dharm, Sanatan Dharm doesn't necessitate someone to follow a particular god or faith, instead believers could still follow their own gods & religions but now had a fundamental & rather clear understanding of the reality of gods & connecting their being to that of the life forms. the now famous Law of Conservation of Energy was written centuries ago in the book Geeta in simpler, easily understandable phrases of Aatma, Sanskrut for the soul(the energy), it's eternal being (cannot be destroyed nor be generated), the end of life for a new beginning(the transformation), for the understanding of the common man. reason why our Sanatan ancestors believed in 'Punarjanm' or reincarnation, it's the transformation of Aatma or one's self energy.


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