HANUMAN is supposed to the ever-living (Chiranjeevi) son of Lord Vayu and remains a very popular deity among Hindus. HE IS ALSO SUPPOSED TO BE A BACHELOR and a fiercely loyal devotee himself (to RamaRama
As of late, in the year 2007, the idea of whether Rama...), his heroics in the war of Ramayan have inspired several tales of Indian mythology.
Hanuman is the only character that appears in both the Hindu epics, the Ramayan and the Mahabharat, which are spread across millennia.But there are certain tales saying that HanumanHanuman
SRI HANUMAN is worshipped everywhere in India, alone... had a son. They are -
When Hanumn was in Sri Lanka, Ravana ordered the Rakshasas to wrap Hanuman's tail with cloths soaked in oil and ghee. Hanuman extended his tail to such length and size that all the cloths in Lanka would not cover it. Then he reduced his tail of his own accord. The Rakshasas wrapped the tail with cloths soaked in oil and ghee and lighted the cloths. Hanuman expanded his body to an enormous size and began to jump from place to place. The whole of Lanka caught on fire. All the palatial buildings were burnt down to ashes.
Hanuman then jumped into the sea in order to cool and refresh himself. A drop of his perspiration fell into the mouth of a great fish (mermaid) which gave birth to a mighty hero named Makara Dhvaja. Makara Dhvaja is considered the son of Hanuman.