According to Hindu Mythology, Anjana She is the mother of Hanuman. She is also an ‘angel’ and a female spirit of clouds and water. She was cursed to come down to earth and live there as a humanwas elegant, beautiful and supernatural females that used to dance in Indra’s palace. Anjana was cursed and sent to the Earth. There she married to Kesari, He was a male vanara. He was very strong and courageous. He was also the monkey king. Before he had Hanuman as his son, he used to wander to various holy places and meditate. who was the son of Brihaspati (The teacher of all the Gods). Hindus associate Brihaspati with the planet Jupiter. After some time, Anjana was blessed with the divine child Hanuman.
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SRI HANUMAN is worshipped everywhere in India, alone... Birthday (Hanuman Jayanti) that falls on the full moon day during the waxing phase of the Hindu month Chaitra (March – April). In 2015, it will be celebrated on 4th April. The auspicious time for praying Hanuman on this special day is 07:45 - 09:18 and then 12:24-17.04.
However in Tamilnadu it would be commemorated on the new moon day of the Tamil month Margazhi that falls in the month of December - January. In Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, it is celebrated on the tenth day of the waning phase of the moon in the month of Margashirsh month.
Hanuman is the staunch devotee of RamaRama
As of late, in the year 2007, the idea of whether Rama..., and he is being revered Hindu deity for unflinching devotion.
Since then, each year Hanuman Jayanti is commemorated with great devotion. In temples, special arrangements are made to accommodate thousands of devotees who visit there to have divine glimpse of Hanuman. The celebrations started in the morning. Devotees read Hanuman Chalisa, It is a Hindu devotional hymn dedicated to Lord Hanuman and consist of 40 verses Sunderkand and prayed Hanuman to bless them with the strength, knowledge, intellect, and divinity. They offer red or orange color Chandan, Chandan oil, sweets to Hanuman. Hindu priest then put the red mark (Tilak) from the idol of the Hanumana on the forehead of the devotees and then give Prasad It is the sacred food that is distributed after an auspicious event or day after offering it to the Godsto them. Many devotees start singing and dancing on the tune of the divine songs of Hanuman.
Hindus believe that if they pray to Hanumana with full devotion, then they will be blessed with the name, fame and promising future along with mental, physical, and spiritual development. Many people pray to Hanuman to get rid of the evil spirits and to get peace in their mind.