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THE CURSE ON HANUMAN

THE CURSE ON HANUMAN

Lord Hanuman had earned the reputation of being notorious during his childhood. He used to pester meditating hermits, who had taken refuge in the kingdom of his father, King Kesari.


During one such incident,
an annoyed sage had hexed Hanuman. Due to the spell Hanuman was unable
to remember the powers vested in him by the deities unless someone
reminded him of it. When Sita was kidnapped by Ravana, Jambavantha had
to remind Hanuman of his powers, so that he could pursue the search
for Sita.

THE NAME HANUMAN MEANS DISFIGURED JAW

THE NAME HANUMAN MEANS DISFIGURED JAW

In Sanskrit Hanu means Jaw and man means disfigured so Hanuman means

disfigured jaw. No wonder, Hanuman’s jaw as a kid was disfigured by
none other than Lord Indra who had used his vajra (Thunderbolt)
against Anjaneya, who took sun as a riped mango and even went to trace
it up in the sky. 
It was here in the sky that Lord Indra had used his
vajra which threw Anjaneya straight on the earth damaging his jaw
forever.

INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT HANUMAN

INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT HANUMAN

Hanuman, also known as Hanumat and Pavan-Sut, is one of the most popular deities amongst Hindus and is seen in temples throughout India. 


His picture, often with Rama and Sita, can be found in almost every Hindu home. 

He is considered to be the god of power and strength and as such is the most favored deity of wrestlers and bodybuilders,

and is especially venerated by princes and warriors; Tuesday and
Saturday is  his sacred day of worship and his birth anniversary is
celebrated as Hanuman Jayanti.

The character of Hanuman teaches us a lot about dedication and
honesty.Hanuman is known for his supreme devotion for Lord Rama.
Hanuman directed all his energies towards the worship of Lord Rama,
and his undying devotion made him immortal.