Born to Lord Kesari and Anjana, the companion of Lord Ram, divine vanara (monkey), Lord Hanuman is one of the most beloved Hindu Gods. It is expressed that by worshipping Bajrangbali, an individual gets independence from dread and the ways of progress in life are opened. People worship various types of Lord Hanuman, an aficionado of Ram. As per soothsaying, each form/statue of Lord Hanuman has its significance. It is accepted that in the house where the statue of Panchmukhi Hanumanji is found, each hindrance standing as an obstacle in the path of progress of residents of that house is taken out. By setting this statue in the house, there is no Vastu deformity.
There is an increase in the residents' wealth. Dread disappears. Foes are destroyed. The symbol of Panchmukhi Hanuman Ji ought to be put in the southwest direction of the house and worshipped consistently. It is trusted that by doing this one won't ever confront any monetary emergency. The principal type of the Panchamukhi symbol of Hanuman Ji is that of a monkey, which gives triumphs over adversaries. The subsequent structure is that of Garuda, who closes all inconveniences. The third structure is that of Varaha who presents long life and popularity. The fourth structure is that of Narasimha which eliminates the dread and pressure of the person and the fifth face is that of the horse which satisfies every desire. It is said that Hanuman's sculpture ought not to be placed in the bedroom or under the steps, in the kitchen, or some other unholy spot. The statue of Hanuman ought not to be put on the foot of the bed in the room.
Q1. How was Lord Hanuman born?
Anjana, an excellent Apsara in the divine castle court of Lord Brahma was reviled by a wise sage that, the second she fell head over heels in love with someone, her face would change to that of a monkey. Lord Brahma considered aiding her and she took birth on Earth. Afterwards, Anjana became hopelessly enamoured with Kesari, the monkey lord and the two of them married one another. Being an enthusiastic lover of Lord Shiva, she went on with her Tapasya to satisfy God. Lord Shiva was intrigued and she wanted him to be her child so she would be liberated from the scourge of the sage. Barely any days after the fact, King Dasrath was playing out a yagna after which the sage gave him kheer to take care of every one of his spouses. A small portion of the kheer from Kaushlya, his oldest spouse, was grabbed by a kite to where Anjana was in deep meditation. Lord Vayu (also known as Pawan - Wind) on the sign of Lord Shiva kept the kheer in Anjana's grasp. Thinking of it as Lord Shiva's prasad Anjana ate it and subsequently gave birth to his manifestation - Pawan Putra Hanuman, the child of the Wind Lord.
Q2. What does the name “Hanuman” mean?
In Sanskrit, 'Hanu' signifies 'Jaw' and 'Man' signifies 'Distorted'. No big surprise, Hanuman's jaw as a child was distorted by Lord Indra who had utilized his vajra (thunderclap) against Anjaneya, who accepted the sun as a matured mango and even went to follow it up in the sky. In the sky, Lord Indra utilized his vajra which tossed Hanuman straight on the Earth, harming his jaw for eternity.
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