The Incarnation of Mahadev, the God of Gods – Hanuman
According to ancient texts and Puranas, Mata Anjani had done severe penance for Lord Shiva-Shankar and asked for a boon to have Lord Shiva in the form of a son. Then Lord Shiva-Shankar in the form of Pawan Dev offered a part of his Raudra Shakti in the Yagya Kund, due to which that Shakti entered the womb of Mother Anjani. That is why Lord Hanuman is also called Pawanputra.
Hanuman ji is the 11th all-powerful incarnation of Lord Shiva.
Hanuman ji, the supreme devotee of Lord Shri Ram Chandra ji, is called by many names like Rameshta, Anjanisut, Lakshmanpranadata, Maruti, Pingaksha, Anjaneya, Vayu Putra, Dashgrivadarpaha etc. Hanuman ji is an incarnation of Lord Shiva. It is very powerful and full of intelligence. Hanuman ji is one of the seven chiranjeevis who are blessed with immortality on earth.
His father was the monkey king Kesari of Sumeru mountain and mother was Shiva devotee Anjana (Anjani).
Hanuman ji is also the servant of Mother Jagadamba.
According to the Puranas, Hanuman ji was born about 58 thousand 111 years ago in the last phase of Tretayug, on Chaitra Purnima, in the morning in the morning in the sum of Chitra Nakshatra and Aries Ascendant. Happened in a cave in the village.
Jayanti or Janmotsav
Most people call the birth anniversary of Lord Hanuman as Jayanti, but it is not because Jayanti is celebrated for those who have passed away from this world. Therefore this thing cannot be applied to Lord Hanuman ji.
According to many mythological stories, Lord Shri Ram has given the boon of immortality to Hanuman ji and after receiving the boon of immortality from Lord Shri Ram, he resides on the Gandhamadan mountain, north of Mount Kailash in the Himalayas, the abode of Lord Shiva.
Hanuman ji is also known as the deity of Kaliyuga. It is described in the works of Tulsidas ji that Lord Hanuman ji is awake in Kaliyuga i.e. is in existence.
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