10 Lines on Hanuman Jayanti

Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Lord Hanuman. Lord Hanuman is considered as true and only devotee of Lord Ram. Several texts like Ramayana and Shri Ramcharitmanas have described Lord Hanuman as the deity who assisted Lord Ram in every situation.

Both religious texts describe Lord Hanuman as a symbol of power, divinity, courage, bravery and king of all the devotees on this earth i.e. “Bhaktraj”.

The religious belief implies that worshiping and remembering Lord Hanuman keeps people free from all troubles and dangers as Lord Hanuman is “Sankat Mochan”, the trouble reliever.

It is also believed that worshiping Hanuman helps to save our souls from evils and negativity and inculcate spirituality and serenity.

Ten Lines on Hanuman Jayanti in English

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10 Lines on Hanuman Jayanti – Set 1

1) Hanuman Jayanti is one of the important festivals of the Hindu religion.

2) Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated as the birthday of great monkey god “Hanuman”.

3) Lord Hanuman is mainly considered as the eleventh fierce incarnation of Lord Shiv.

4) Lord Hanuman is also known as true devotee and assistant to Lord Rama.

5) Description of Lord Hanuman is also given in Ramayana and Shri Ramcharitmanas.

6) The wisdom, devotion, courage, bravery of Lord Hanuman is mentioned in religious texts.

7) On the eve of Hanuman Jayanti, people use to clean their houses and the place of worship.

8) People place the idol or image of Lord Hanuman and start the necessary rites and rituals.

9) Many people start reciting” Hanuman Chalisa” or “Sundar Kand” of Shri Ramcharitmanas.

10) The temples of Lord Hanuman become full of crowd for seeking the blessings of the deity.

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10 Lines on Hanuman Jayanti – Set 2

1) Hanuman Jayanti is one of most important and sacred festival of Hindus in which birth anniversary of Lord Hanuman is celebrated.

2) Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated twice in a year, once it is celebrated in Chaitra month and again it is celebrated in Kartik month.

3) Lord Hanuman is considered as 11th ‘Rudra’ form of Lord Shiv, his father was Vanar Raj ‘Kesari’ and mother was ‘Anjani’.

4) Lord Hanuman is also called as “Pawan Putra” as ‘Pawan Dev’ or god of wind is the eternal father of Lord Hanuman.

5) People worship Lord Hanuman as an icon of courage, bravery, wisdom, cleverness, magical and eternal powers because he balances all the things.

6) There is a belief that in order to seek blessings of Lord Hanuman, one should worship Lord Ram as Lord Hanuman is also known as ‘Ram Bhakt'.

7) Numerous descriptions about Lord Hanuman’s courage, bravery, wisdom, devotion to Lord Ram is given in ‘Hanuman Chalisa’ and ‘Shri Ram Charitmanas’.

8) Every temple of Lord Ram and Lord Hanuman is filled with the devotees raising the slogans of “Jai Shree Ram” and “Bajrang Bali Ki Jai”.

9) On Hanuman Jayanti, large procession of devotees is carried out with flags and offerings of prasad to Lord Hanuman.

10) On Hanuman Jayanti, people apply red paste of vermilion (Sindhur) on the idol of Lord Hanuman, they also put the sacred vermilion on their forehead.

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10 Lines on Hanuman Jayanti – Set 3

1) Hindus celebrate Hanuman Jayanti to commemorate the birth of Lord Hanumana.

2) Hindus believe Lord Hanumana to be the 11th reincarnation of Lord Shiva.

3) It is celebrated on Chaitra Purnima corresponding to the months of March/April.

4) The day holds special significance for the celibates and ascetics.

5) Sri Hanuman Jayanti is also prominently celebrated in Nepal with reverence.

6) In Tamil Nadu, Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated in the Tamil month of Margazhi.

7) On Hanuman jayanti, Hindus invoke the blessings of Lord Hanumana asking for strength and safety.

8) Performing Sri Ram puja on Hanuman Jayanti, invokes special blessings from Lord Hanumana.

9) The sounds of Hanuman Chalisa being chanted could be heard coming from all directions.

10) People start visiting Hanuman Temples from morning to pay their reverence to Hanumana.

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10 Lines on Hanuman Jayanti – Set 4

1) Hanuman Jayanti is a very significant festival of Hindus in India as well as Nepal.

2) It is celebrated on the full moon day in the Hindu Month of Chaitra (April).

3) Hanuman temples start preparing for the day, well in advance, with reverence to Lord Hanumana.

4) Temples are decorated with beetle leaves, flowers and earthen lamps.

5) Hanuman Chalisa is played in the loud speakers installed atop the temples.

6) The idol of Lord Hanumana is worshipped and smeared with sindoor (vermilion).

7) Lord Hanuman’s idols are garlanded and offerings of sweets and fruits are made by the devotees.

8) A special aarti (veneration) of Lord Hanumana is performed by the priests and devotees.

9) Special Prasad is distributed among the devotees, by the temple priests.

10) Community free lunches are organized at various temples by the devotees and temple authorities.

Hanuman is considered as the one who destroys all the evil and make their devotees trouble free. The religious belief says that Lord Hanuman is the true devotee of Lord Ram, so everybody must worship both of them. Some astrological aspects tell that people who are suffering from the malefic effects of ‘Mangal’ and ‘Shani’ must worship Lord Hanuman on Tuesday and Saturday. Worshiping Lord Hanuman makes everybody prosperous and trouble free.