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Category: Lord Rama

मां के साथ श्री राम का पूजन कैसे जुड़ा है, जानना अपनेआप में द‍िलचस्‍प है।

मां के साथ श्री राम का पूजन कैसे जुड़ा है, जानना अपनेआप में द‍िलचस्‍प है।

मां के साथ श्री राम का पूजन कैसे जुड़ा है, जानना अपनेआप में द‍िलचस्‍प
है। दोनों ने ही असुरों का विनाश किया था तो आइए इस गहन रहस्य पर से
पर्दा उठाते हैं, दरअसल मां दुर्गा ने चंड, मुंड, शुंभ, निशुंभ,
चिक्षुपर, महिषासुर जैसा दानवों का वध किया था तो वहीं दूसरी ओर भगवान
राम ने रावण का वध किया था। भगवान राम ने भी मां दुर्गा की उपासना की थी।

वहीं श्री राम और मां दुर्गा, दोनों ने अन्याय के खिलाफ आवाज उठाई थी।
पुराणों के मुताबिक भगवान राम ने भी मां दुर्गा की उपासना से शक्ति
प्राप्त की थी।
राम के जन्‍म से जुड़े हैं चैत्र नवरात्र
राम का अर्थ राम का अर्थ होता है- ‘रमन्ते योगिनो यस्मिन् स राम:’
अर्थात् योगिगण अपने ध्यान में जिन्हें देखते हैं, वे हैं राम। राम का
तंत्र में अर्थ है कल्याणकारी अग्नि और प्रकाश। दुर्गा पूजा के साथ-साथ
रामकथा जबकि मां दुर्गा शक्ति, शांति की मानक हैं इसलिए नवरात्रों में
रामचरित-मानस का विधान है और जातक दुर्गा पूजा के साथ-साथ रामकथा का भी
पाठ करते हैं।

Sita is also the feminine principle of space and receptivity that the cosmic Vayu depends upon.

Sita is also the feminine principle of space and receptivity that the cosmic Vayu depends upon.

Sita is also the feminine principle of space and receptivity that the
cosmic Vayu depends upon. Without Hanuman, we cannot find Sita, and
Rama cannot fulfill his destiny of the highest dharma.

Let us not forget our own deeper cosmic energy in our fascination with
the latest information technology that is but its shadow. Hanuman
reveals to us the way of transcendence.

Rama gives Hanuman his ring so that the latter can identify himself to Sita.

Rama gives Hanuman his ring so that the latter can identify himself to Sita.

Rama gives Hanuman his ring so that the latter can identify himself to
Sita. Thus, when a disciple meets a teacher, he also feels deep in his
inner that this is his teacher. Hanuman is the only one who can enter
into Lanka. He speaks with Sita and assures her that he will stay in
Lanka for a while. During this time he destroys many demons; sitting
on a big arch he fights with them. The Son of the Air symbolically
sits on the diaphragm and purifies the system from a part of the
demons who dwell in the field of the solar plexus, the sacral centre
and the Muladhara. It is the abyss filled with emotions, mental
concepts and mundane material. Before Hanuman returns to Rama he warns
the ego Ravana and burns down Lanka. Together with Rama Hanuman then
leads the monkey army into battle and helps to win the war. In this he
never feels great and neither has any personal motives for his action
but submits himself totally to the Lord.

Hanuman and Rama

Hanuman and Rama

These are no fairy tales but stories belonging to the Buddhic plane.
The Buddhic plane, also called the fourth plane, is ruled by the
element of air. There matter is light and it has a greater
flexibility. Hanuman, the son of the air or of the fourth plane
appears in the fourth song of the Ramayana. The fifth song describes
Hanuman’s work for the liberation of Sita.
The Ramayana is full of esoteric secrets about the universe and man.
Rama represents the Lord, Hanuman the teacher and Sita the soul which
is separated from the wholeness of Life. When she wants to have the
golden deer, which is an illusion, she is kidnapped by a demon of
over-activity who wants to possess all that he likes. Ravana keeps
Sita imprisoned on the island of Lanka which stands for the separated
consciousness. After Sita got locked up, she feels remorse and starts
praying to the Lord. She only thinks of Him and shows a fiery
aspiration to be re-united with him.
Rama, the Lord, searches for Sita, the abducted soul. He sends
Hanuman, the teacher, because Sita is searching for the Lord. The
teacher is the intermediary between the Lord and the disciple, between
the soul and the universal soul. The element of air, manifested in
Hanuman, creates this link.

Goddess Kali appoints Hanuman as her doorkeeper

Goddess Kali appoints Hanuman as her doorkeeper

Hanuman’s tale as told in the epic Ramayana is renowned for its ability to inspire its readers to face ordeals and conquer obstructions in their own lives. At the time of the Ramayana, Hanuman

is sent as an advance spy to Lanka, the capital of the mighty demon
Ravana’s empire.  Ravana has provoked Lord Rama by carrying away his
beloved wife Sita in order to start a war.  During the epic times that
follow, Hanuman brings hope and secret messages to the captive Sita,
leads Rama’s monkey army in the Battle of Lanka and single-handedly
kills many demons including Lankini, champion of the demons.  During
this time Hanuman is captured by the enemy, only to outwit them with
cunning and the use of his powers.  He returns to find Lord Rama and
his brother Lakshmana themselves captured by the enemy and about to be
sacrificed to the goddess Kali by the sorcerer Mahiravana.  In a tale
of great daring, Hanuman outsmarts the evil lord into becoming the
sacrifice himself, thereby earning the eternal respect of Kali.  She
appoints Hanuman as her doorkeeper and today many of her temples are
seen to have a monkey guarding their doorways.

Some people claim to have seen Lord Hanuman’s footprints at various places in India. 

Some people claim to have seen Lord Hanuman’s footprints at various places in India. 

Some people claim to have seen His footprints at various places in

India. They not only worship these footprints, but also set up temples
around them.
Lord Rama himself commanded his ardent devotee to remain on earth,
even while he gave up his own mortal form. Obeying his command, Lord
Hanuman began to reside in the jungles.
While he was resident in Sri Lanka’s jungles on Piduruthalagala
(tallest mountain), some tribals came forward to serve Lord Hanuman.
Pleased with their devotion, he gave them a special mantra, which
would make him visible to them. He further assured them that he would
return every 41 years, in order to deliver Atman Gnan to future
generations. The tribals still live in the same place, performing
Charan Puja to invite the Monkey God during the specified time. The
headman even maintains a logbook to record every word uttered by Lord
Hanuman during his visits.
The mantra is available to all, but comes with two conditions
attached. While chanting Kaaltantu Kaarecharanti Enar Marishnu,
Nirmukter Kaaletwam Amarishnu ((कालतंतु कारेचरन्ति एनर मरिष्णु,
निर्मुक्तेर कालेत्वम अमरिष्णु) repeatedly, the chanter should feel a
soul connection with Lord Hanuman. This is possible through
contemplation and meditation. They should follow the chanting.
Secondly, no other human being, who does not feel this connection, may
stay within the vicinity, when the chanter is going through this
exercise. The distance between the chanter and the onlooker, should be
980 meters.

The story of Sindoor and Lord Hanuman

The story of Sindoor and Lord Hanuman

Hanuman – A Great Disciple of Rama Hanuman is a supreme devotee of Sri Rama. Many incidents of Hanuman’s life acclaim this love. This is one interesting story which confirms the deep love of Hanuman for Lord Rama. Once when Sita ji (Consort of Lord Rama) was applying sindoora (vermillion) to her hair, Hanuman asked her the reason for doing so. She replied that by applying sindoora, she ensured a long life for her husband. The more sindoora she applied, the longer Rama’s life would be. The devoted Hanuman then smeared his entire body with sindoora, in an effort to ensure Rama’s immortality. 

Hanuman has always been a humble and respectful being

Hanuman has always been a humble and respectful being

Although Hanuman possessed such incredible powers, he was ever a

humble and respectful being, serving first Sugriva, lord of the monkey
kingdom and then Rama. When he confronts Ravana in his quest to rescue
Rama’s wife, Sita, he says, “I am a humble messenger of Sri Rama. I
have come here to serve Rama, to do his work. I am fearless by the
grace of Lord Rama. I am not afraid of death. I welcome it, if it
comes while I am serving Lord Rama.” When Sita is rescued and Ravana
defeated, Rama says to Hanuman, ” I am greatly indebted to you, O
mighty hero. You did marvelous, superhuman deeds. Sugriva has his
kingdom restored to him. Angada has been made the crown prince.
Vibhishana has become king of Lanka. But you have not asked for
anything at any time.” He therefore goes on to grant the selfless
Hanuman everlasting life and the promise that his icon will always be
placed at the door to Rama’s temple so that devotees will worship him
as much as they do Rama. Thus Hanuman became the symbol of fierce
devotion and friendship – a reminder that all relationships grow and
endure with a foundation of loyalty.

Jambhawan, the wise old bear, reminds Lord Hanuman of his forgotten powers.

Jambhawan, the wise old bear, reminds Lord Hanuman of his forgotten powers.

Hanuman was the minister of Sugriva’s army. It wasn’t a coincidence. As his Guru Dakshina (fee) for teaching Hanuman, Lord Sun asked him to assist Sugriva, his mortal son on earth. Hanuman met Ram in the position of Sugriva’s minister and disguised as a Brahmin. After learning the identity of Ram and Lakshman, Hanuman reveals himself and bows to Ram. Since this moment, Hanuman was a staunch devout of Ram. After a search platoon of Sugriva’s army hits Southern shore of India’s mainland, its members are unable to cross the vast ocean to reach Lanka (present day Sri Lanka). At this point, Jambhawan, the wise old bear, reminds him of his forgotten powers. An elated Hanuman flies (or probably jumps) across the Indian Ocean. In this extraordinary journey, he met ‘Mainak Parvat’ a mountain which was waiting on the ocean bed to assist Hanuman and fulfill its destiny; and Sursa (a sea monster) whom he outwits by changing his size from colossal to microscopic proportions

Jaya Hanuman jnaan gun saagar, jai kapeesh tihun-lok ujaagar

Jaya Hanuman jnaan gun saagar, jai kapeesh tihun-lok ujaagar

Glory to Lord Hanuman who is the ocean of wisdom and virtue! Glory to Him who is the illuminer of the three worlds.


Lord Hanuman helps one to develop jnana guna—the cultivation of divine virtues that serve as indications of one’s progress on the spiritual path. These include humility, surrender to God, absence of violence, truthfulness and other related virtues. With a prayerful mind one must invoke the presence of Hanuman within the heart in the form of faith. Such an entry is the fountain source of all that is true, good and sublime in the three worlds—in the physical, mental and causal planes of one’s existence. Thus, Hanuman is the illuminer of the three world