Today our world prides itself in a new information technology, with a rapid speed of data, calculationand communication. Modern science has learned to tap the latent powers of nature to transform our outer lives.At a cosmic level, there is a deeper energy that runs everything in the universe.
He endows us with the Atma-Shakti or self-power to realise our higher potential and accomplish what is magical.
Hanuman is the great hero of the Ramayana, the wonderful story’s most fascinating character. Though having the form of a monkey, he is said to be the greatest sage, yogi and devotee. What is the inner meaning of this magical figure?
Hanuman is portrayed as the son of Vayu, the wind God. This explains his speed of movement, his power to become as small or large as he likes, and his incredible strength. But there are many other yogic secrets hidden behind his symbolism.
It won’t be wrong to say that Hanuman was the embodiment of selflessness. He dedicated a major part of his youth to Lord Rama and Sita and went down in history as their most devout follower. He was fiercely loyal and accompanied Lord Rama throughout.
Also, despite his physical prowess and supernatural abilities, he was quite humble and was always seen with folded hands. These qualities make Hanuman the most renowned of devotees to ever have existed.
Even in the most testing of times, Hanuman made it a point to maintain
his sense of humour. For example, the time when he got himself
intentionally captured by Ravana’s son, Indrajit, only to gauge the
latter’s strength. Or the time he was threatened with having his tail
set on fire and he started to increase its length. Even in the TV
adaptation of Ramayana, most of the comic-relief moments came via
Lesson to learn: Sulking in a tough situation is very convenient, but
smiling and putting up a brave fight is the stuff real heroes are made
of. Go on, do it. Feels great.
Hanuman or Anjaneya is the son of Anjana Devi. She was once a celestial maiden & was born as a monkey-woman as a result of a curse.
She was living happily with her husband Kesari. When king Dasaratha
performed a yagna praying for off-springs, he was yielded a pot of
payasam (sweet milk/kheer/pudding) from the yaga fire. His wives
shared the prasada & thus Rama, Lakshmana, Bharatha & Shatrugna were
born. A portion of this payasam was carried by the Lord of winds –
Vayu Deva & fell in the hands of Anjana Devi and she gave birth to a
lovely & strong son. Since Vayu Deva was responsible for the payasam
reaching Anjana, he is also considered the father of Hanuman. (Vayu
He grew up as a strong & mischievous young lad. He could travel as
fast as the wind. He mistook the glowing sun to be a fruit & flew upto
the sky & reached for the sun. Such was his might & will power even as
a child. Lord Indra was upset & strcuk Anjaneya with his thunderbolt
(Vajraayudham). Vaayu Deva was upset that his son was struck & he
stopped blowing. The whole world was in trouble without winds.
Gods offered various powerful boons to Anjaneya, thus making him more
powerful & invincble than before. Vayu Bhagavan was pleased & started
his work again.
Chapter 1 – Hanuman
The Immortal Lord Hanuman arrives: describes how Lord Hanuman was seen on top of Piduru Mountain last year. Lord tells story of past birth of a child who was born from two mothers.
30. Chapter 2 – Hanuman
Hunting Honey with Lord Hanuman: Next day Lord Hanuman goes on a honey hunting trip with the jungle dwellers. What happens there is very thrilling. Hanuman is shown to move closely with the itribal community members and delight them in various ways besides teaching them Atman Gnan in more than one ways.
31. Chapter 3 – Hanuman
Lord Hanuman in web of Time: This is most enlightening chapter. This Sloka’s meaning is enshrined in this chapter. For example, when we human beings think of time, we think of a clock. But when Gods think of time, they think of “strings of Time”. In this mantra the word “kaal tantu kaarecharanti” means “the one who moves in web of strings of time.” Therefore we have a strong evidence to know Hanuman is immortal and lives forever on the earth to bless his devotees.
32. He is worshipped in the temples as Bhaktha Hanuman & Veera Hanuman. He is seen kneeling humbly in front of Rama vigrahmas in the Rama sannadhis. There are also separate temples for Hanuman. As Bhaktha Hanuman he is seen holding both hands together in prayer. He is seen as Veera Hanuman, holding the mace in one hand & the sanjeevi Parvatham in the other.
Devotees are blessed with courage, valour, wisdom, gnanam. He is very happy when he hears the Rama namam. Hence repeating the Raama namam is the best way to get his blessings
They were apparently doing those “unusual activities” because Lord Hanuman was with them a few years back in the year 2014. Only they were able to see him. For others he was invisible. Lord Hanuman apparently departed from them on 27th May 2014 after giving Atman Gnan to the new members of their community. Now He will come again after 41 years i.e. in 2055. However they can chant the above Mantra and call Lord Hanuman whenever they want to have his darshan.
The Bajrang Bali
Apparently, the head of their community is said to also maintain a logbook in which they note down minute to minute detail of what all Lord Hanuman did while He stayed with them. They record every word spoken by Lord Hanuman and every deed done by him. Details of Lord Hanuman’s recent 2014 journey are also said to be recorded in this logbook.
The Ram Setu
This logbook is now apparently in possession of a spiritual organization called Setu Asia. Setu Masters are trying to decipher this logbook in their Ashram in foothills of Piduru Mountain. However their work has been very slow. In last 6 months or so they have deciphered only three chapters till now. Therefore much is tob e discovered about Hanuman’s association with this community based on the researches centered on this log book.
Thousands of devotees across the globe apparently wait for new chapters desperately because every new chapter takes them closer towards fulfilling condition number 1 of this Mantra. Once the condition is fulfilled, a devotee is said to be able to call Lord Hanuman anytime merely by chanting this Mantra. That is why there is a lot of interest among the devotees of Hanuman to go through the different chapters pertaining to Hanuman’s visit.
“What about our children? It is not possible that they will not have the ‘Atman Gnan’. It is not likely that they will know their soul’s relationship with you. Therefore we are worried that this mantra might not work for them.
Promise of Hanuman
Lord Hanuman blessed them and said, “I promise you that I will come to stay with your community every 41 years and give the Atman Gnan to your future generations too. Till the end of time your community will be able to chant this Mantra and see me anytime.” This was the divine assurance Lord Hanuman gave the tribal community and it is believed that till today he is fulfilling this promise.
Tribal Community and Hanuman
This tribal community allegedly still lives in a jungle village of Sri Lanka. They have managed to stay disconnected from modern world till now. Nobody knew about their connection with Lord Hanuman until last year when some explorers noticed their “unusual activities” that revealed they are praying to Lord Hanuman.
The Myth about Lord Hanuman
Later they came to know that those “unusual activities” were part of their ceremony called “Charan Pooja” which happens every 41 years when Lord Hanuman comes to visit them.
This secret Mantra was said to be given by Lord Hanuman himself to some tribals who were living in jungles of Piduru Mountain. Piduru
(full name “Piduruthalagala”) is the tallest mountain of Sri Lanka.
So, we have a lot of instances where the devotees had chanted this
mantra and had the vision of Lord Hanuman.
Lord Rama and Lord Hanuman
It is said that after Lord Rama ended his human life, Lord Hanuman
came back from Ayodhya and started living in jungles. It was Sri
Rama’s divine command that Hanuman stayed on the earth as long as the
name of Ram is resounded on the earth in order to bless the devotees.
Lord Hanuman in Jungles
Hanuman is also said to have visited the jungles of Lanka from where
Ravana’s brother Vibhishana was ruling. He spent many days in jungles
of Lanka in memory of Lord Ram. At that time some jungle dwellers
served Him. In this way, a lot of stories talk about Hanuman treading
on the earth and reveling in the glories of Sri Ram.
Hanuman on the Way
When he was said to be returning back from there, he gave this Mantra
to those jungle dwellers as a blessing in return to their faithful
service and said that He would appear in front of the devotees who
chant this mantra.
1. Eternal Hanuman
We have heard that the soul never dies and keeps reincarnating in one form or another…but in Hindu mythology, it is believed that some beings continue to live in the same form across the ages, Lord Hanuman being one of them. In any case, let us reflect on this fact: Has anyone ever heard of Hanuman’s death? It means he is somewhere alive on the earth.
2. Is Lord Hanuman still around?
Legend has it that Hanuman is immortal because he was blessed that he would be available to the devotees of Rama for as long as Rama’s names and stories were on people’s lips. It is therefore strongly believed that Hanuman is present in places where Rama’s glory is sung.
3. . Footprints of Lord Hanuman?
Such footprints of Hanuman apparently still exist in all those places where the monkey-god walked. People worship these footprints and have also built small Hanuman temples in the vicinity of the places where such prints are spotted.
4. Across the ages – Lord hanuman
The events described in the Ramayana happened in the Treta Yuga. The Mahabharata happened in the Dwapar Yuga and led to the advent of Kali Yuga. We have mythological stories and anecdotes in the Mahabharata describing the meeting of Bhima, the second of the Pandavas and Lord Hanuman. These instances indicate Hanuman was there all through these ages.