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The work consists of forty-three verses — two introductory Dohas , forty Chaupais and one Doha in the end. Cleansing the mirror in the form of my mind with the pollen of the lotus-feet of the Guru, I describe the unblemished glory of Rama, which bestows the four fruits. O Hanuman, the ocean of knowledge and virtues, may you be victorious. You are the trusted messenger of Rama and you are the abode of incomparable strength.
You are the great hero, you are endowed with valour, your body is as strong as Indra 's Vajra. You are the destroyer of vile intellect, and you are the companion of one whose intellect is pure. Your complexion is that of molten gold, and you are resplendent in your handsome form. You wear Kundalas small earrings worn in old times by Hindus in your ears and your hair is curly. You have the Vajra and the flag in your hands, and the sacred-thread Yajnopavita made of the Munja grass adorns your shoulder.
Rambhadracharya gives two meanings for the first half of the verse — . Rao and Mehta explain the first half as Hanuman is the son of Kesari and Shiva. You delight in listening to the acts of Rama Ramayana. You assumed an extremely minute form and appeared to Sita in the Ashok Vatika. You assumed a very large and scary form and burnt the city of Lanka.
You assumed a frightening form and destroyed the demons [in the army of Ravana]. You carried out all the tasks of Rama. You brought the Sanjivini, the life saving herb from Dronagiri in Himalayas, and revitalized Lakshman. Out of elation, Rama embraced you. Rama, the chief among Raghu 's descendants, praised you profusely saying "You are dear to me like my brother Bharata.
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Rao and Mehta's translation — Rama also added that a thousand people will praise Hanuman's glory and embraced him again. Rambhadracharya interprets sahasa badana as the thousand-hooded serpent Shesha. To what extent can the mortal poets and scholars of Vedas speak about your infinite glory? You did Sugriva a great favour by making him meet Rama and bestowing on him the kingdom of Kishkindha. Your Mantra was accepted by Vibishana , as a result of which he became the king of Lanka. On your own you dashed upon the sun, Surya , which is thousands of miles away, thinking it to be a sweet fruit.
This conspiracy points to this particular line as evidence. They say that the first three words, juga sahasra jojana, equal 93 million miles. This poem is not a scientific literature written by an astronomer, showing derivations of how to calculate the distance to the sun. This is a literary poem and that context is important.
O Lord, placing the ring given by Rama in your mouth, you leaped across the ocean — there is no wonder here. All the unattainable tasks in the world become easily attainable with your grace. You are the doorkeeper and protector of the door to Rama's court. Without your command, nobody can enter the abode of Rama. You are the protector, and there is nothing to be afraid of. When you roar, after remembering your powers, the three worlds tremble with fear. Rambhadracharya comments that this verse refers to the narrative of Jambavan reminding Hanuman of his powers in the Kishkindha Kanda of Ramayana.
The brave Hanuman, when invoked incessantly by the means of Japa, destroys all ailments and removes all sufferings. Hanuman extricates those from all adversities who remember him or contemplate upon him in their heart, by their actions and by their words. Rama is the supreme God and a king with Tapas , and yet you executed all his tasks. Rambhadracharya explains that the word saba para is from Sanskrit sarvapara , meaning supreme. And whoever comes to you with any wish, that wish is fulfilled beyond limits literally, "they obtain the unlimited fruit of the wish" in this very birth.
Your glory is famous in all the four Yugas , and illuminates the whole world. Rambharacharya adds that this verse refers to the Immortality and Glory of Lord Hanuman in all the four Yugas.
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You are the protector of Sadhus good people or ascetics and Sants saints. You are the destroyer of demons and dear as a son to Rama. Mother Sita, the daughter of Janaka , has granted you this boon. You are, respectfully, the servant of Raghupati Shri Raam. Singing of you Hanuman , a Bhakta obtains Rama and forgets the adversities and afflictions of many births.
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Rambhadracharya interprets this verse to mean that the Bhakta, even discards the blissful Moksha to take birth again in this world as a devotee of Hari, as Tulsidas says in the fourth book of Ramcharitmanas. Even one who does not contemplate on any other Devatas in their mind and only serves Hanuman, achieves all favourable bliss in this world and the next.
Rambhadracharya explains that as per Bhagavad Gita , only Devatas can grant the desired results of actions, but even if one serves Hanuman and no other Devata, they obtain all worldly and other-worldly bliss. Whoever remembers the brave and mighty Hanuman gets free of all adversities and relief from all pains. O Hanuman, the master of senses, may you be victorious, may you be victorious, may you be victorious.
May you shower your grace lovingly, as a Guru does, and reveal to me the knowledge of devotion to Rama. One who recites Hanuman Chalisa a hundred times or for hundred days is released from bondage and obtains great bliss". One who reads this Hanuman Chalisa obtains Siddhi accomplishment or liberation.
Shiva himself bears witness to this statement. Tulsidas is always a devotee of Hari. O Lord, make my heart your abode. Rambhadracharya offers three explanations for this verse in accordance with three different Anvaya s connection of words  —. Till the s, no commentary had been composed on the Hanuman Chalisa, which Rambhadracharya attributes to the work not being included in printed editions of collected works of Tulsidas.
Swami Karpatri considered Hanuman Chalisa to be a supreme Pramana , omnipotent and capable of fulfilling all wishes, like the Vedic Mantras. Ujjain based Pt.
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He has also developed a course on meditation through Hanuman Chalisa and conduct these seminar across india regularly. The Hanuman Chalisa is recited by millions of Hindus every day,  and most practising Hindus in India know its text by heart. The Hanuman Chalisa is one of the best selling Hindu religious books and has been sung by many popular bhajan, classical and folk singers. In the Hindi movie , released on September , there is a scene where the protagonist Arjun Singh Rathod, played by Rajneesh Duggal recites the Hanuman Chalisa in full.
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He ate all the fruits, uprooted a number of trees, and in no time demolished the whole orchard. The palace guards rushed to Krishna to inform of the unruly monkey wreaking havoc on the orchard. Krishna called Garuda who was beside him, and asked him to attend to the problem. Hanuman and the mind immediately conjures up an image of him carrying the Sanjeevani mountain or kneeling at the feet of Lord Rama and Sita. Hanuman is the most favourite god in the Hindu pantheon in the recent times.
He belongs to the tribe called Kimpurushas who are mystical beings that are half animal and half human. Did you know that Hanuman fought his first battle when he was still in his womb? Who is the supreme devotee of Vishnu? Garuda or Hanuman?