Hanuman Jayanti 2024: Unveiling The Mythology Behind Why Bajrangbali Is Named Hanuman

Hanuman Jayanti 2024: Unveiling the Mythology Behind Why Bajrangbali is Named Hanuman.

Discover the captivating tale behind Lord Hanuman’s name, Bajrangbali, this Hanuman Jayanti 2024.

Delve into the mythology and significance of this revered figure in Sanatan Dharma. Learn why worshiping Hanuman brings solace and joy to life.

Hanuman Jayanti 2024: Why is Bajrangbali called Hanuman? Know the mythology behind it. Hanuman Jayanti is an important festival of Sanatan Dharma, as it marks the birth of Lord Hanuman.

Hanuman Jayanti falls on the full moon day or full moon day of Shukla Paksha in Chaitra. By worshiping Lord Hanuman, a great devotee of Lord Ram and Mother Sita, every sorrow of life goes away.

Also, happiness remains in life. There are many stories prevalent about the birth and life of Veer Hanuman. In such a situation, today we will know how Bajrangbali got the name, Hanuman.

Hanuman Jayanti 2024: For this reason, Hanuman was called Bajrangbali.

According to mythology, when Lord Hanuman was young, one day he felt hungry. There was no one in front of him during that time. Then he looked towards the sky and saw the Sun God.

Thinking the Sun God to be a beautiful fruit, Hanuman Ji flew towards the sky and took it inside his mouth considering it to be a fruit, due to which darkness spread over the entire world.

Even after repeated attempts by Gods and Goddesses, he did not remove Sun God from his mouth. At last Indra Dev reached him and in anger, he attacked him with his thunderbolt.

Due to this, his chin i.e. Hanu got hurt and his mouth opened, due to which Lord Surya came out, but due to this his chin got broken and since then he came to be called ‘Hanuman’.

However, later when Vayu Dev became angry, the Gods apologized to him and bestowed upon him many divine boons and blessings.

Worship the Sankatmochan like this.

Evening time is considered better to worship Bajrangbali. In such a situation, after taking a holy bath, go to one of their temples and offer red vermillion to them.

After this, offer them a red-colored robe and red loincloth. Veer Hanuman is very fond of Tulsi garland, hence he must offer a garland of Tulsi leaves.

Offer laddus. Then light a jasmine oil lamp and recite Hanuman Chalisa. Finally, end the puja with Aarti. Also, take the blessings of Pawanputra.


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