Know Hanuman Jayanti and its importance
Hanuman Jayanti is one of the key festivals eminent in India. This is the time when Lord Hanuman was born in the form of power, piety, strength and intelligence. On the day of Hanuman Jayanti, sacred programs, rituals, Ramayana and Sunderkand narration are organized by the devotees.
On this auspicious day, the tradition of bathing and donating in holy cities is going on since ancient times. On Hanuman Jayanti, Lord Hanuman is worshiped in a Shodashopachar form, vermilion and jasmine oil are offered to the Lord, diyas are lit and special prayers are offered in temples to the deity.
Hanuman is the incarnation of Lord Shiva
Hanuman Jayanti holds a lot of significance for Hindus, it is known from the devout and mythological beliefs and stories that Lord Hanuman was born as an incarnation of Lord Shiva, in Tretayuga Hanuman played with him as a disciple of Lord Ram and The never ending story of devotion, loyalty and alliance initiated. Religious acts and other rituals performed at this time prove to be very effective for the people.
Different forms of Hanuman Jayanti
The festival of Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated all over the country. There is a difference in the tithi and muhurat of the birth anniversary of Lord Hanuman all over the country. There is a decree to celebrate it at diverse times rendering to different regions of the country. Then again, there is an alteration in the dates of Hanuman Jayanti in North and South India.
At some places, Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated on the full moon day (Purnima) of Chaitra month. So in some places, Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated on the tenth day (dashmi) of Vaishakh month, the tenth day of Jyeshtha month. In some places this birth anniversary of Lord Hanuman is celebrated on Trayodashi of Shukla Paksha of Margashirsha month, apart from this, Krishna Paksha in Kartik month. The ritual of celebrating Hanuman Jayanti is going on the day of Chaturdashi at Nishith Vyapini time.
Hanuman Jayanti continues for a long time in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. A delightful convergence of devotion, faith and faith is seen in this festival, which lasts for 41 days.
Ashta Siddhi and Nine Nidhis will be received on Hanuman Jayanti
Lord Hanuman is considered to be the god who confers eight siddhis and nine nidhis. These eight siddhis and nine nidhis are supposed to fulfill all desires in life. These are the irreplaceable happenings of the universe, for which every living being longs to accomplish them through penance from the circle of birth after birth. Hanuman Jayanti can work very easily for the arrival of these siddhis and nidhis in the lives of all of us.
What is Ashta Siddhi
By proving anything, that thing works as an end. The attainment of Siddhi is the desire of everyone's mind; it is a spiritual practice through which all-round development of a person is possible. Whether it is a matter of attaining a higher level of spirituality or the path of attainment of happiness and contentment in life, all can be progressed through these siddhis. The siddhis given by Hanuman are as follows – Anima Siddhi, Mahima Siddhi, Garima Siddhi, Laghima Siddhi, Pratti Siddhi, Prakamya Siddhi, Ishitva Siddhi and Vashitva Siddhi. Huh.
The names of Padma Nidhi, Mahapadma Nidhi, Neel Nidhi, Mukunda Nidhi, Nanda Nidhi, Makar Nidhi, Kachhap Nidhi, Shankh Nidhi and Kharva Misra Nidhi are protruding among the Nav Nidhis. All these can be attained by the devotee as a blessing from Lord Hanuman.
All troubles will be aloof by observing Hanuman Jayanti fast
The importance of Lord Hanuman’s birthday is visible in every form. Every moment of this day is mystical. On Hanuman Jayanti, worship and fasting also have special implication. Chanting and recitation etc., which are done for Lord Hanuman, removes all the troubles in life of the person and all the complications are solved.