There is no village, town or city where there are no temples dedicated to 11 Hanumãna ii. Truth is that the spirit of Sri Hanumana Ji inspires, enlivens and energises the lives of a very large number of people. It motivates them for dedication, piety and service. This book contains stories about Lord Siva Sri Rama, the God of Wind, Kesari, his wife Anjana and their son Hanumäna Ji.
India is a country of the people who are mostly religious. A laige chunk of the population worships Hanumana. There is no village, town or city where there are no temples dedicated to SN Hanumãnaji. Truth is that the spirit of SN HanumãnajI inspires, enlivens and energises the lives of a very large number of people. It motivates them for dedication, piety and service. Sri Hanumana ji keeps them unwavering on the path of virtue and discipline.
Hanumanaji has imbibed the nectar of devotion for Sri Rama and has ceased to be an entity separate from and dependent of Sri Rãma. He is the embodiment of the qualities which Sri Rãma personifies in himself. On an occasion he spoke to Sri Rama in the following words
Lord! From the point of the body lain your servant, from at of life, your part and from that of finality, I am your self.
Sri Hanumana ji is very easy to please or propitiate. You repeat the name of Sri Rãma with a true heart and his devotee, Sri Hanumana ji, is present there instantly.
Hanumanaji is the destroyer of evil. He is very kind and amiable towards the devotees of Lord Rama. He is an ideal the people to emulate. He is an embodiment of the qualities of character such as discipline, truthfulness, dedication, unfailing love for the master, righteous living, celibacy and readiness to serve. His devotion to the Lord was strength of his body and mind. He is the progeny of lady Anjanã but is also called the son of Sankara, the God of Wind and Kesari.
Hereafter are narrated stories related to Lord Siva, Lord Rima, God of Wind, Kesari, his wife, Anjana and their son the Hnumana ji.
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