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Hanuman Chalisa

The Hanuman Chalisa is a devotional hymn dedicated to Lord Hanuman, who is a Hindu God and an ardent devotee of Lord Rama. It was written by the poet-saint Tulsidas in the 16th century. The Hanuman Chalisa consists of 40 verses and is typically recited as a prayer for strength, knowledge, and devotion. The hymn is written in the Awadhi language, which is a dialect of Hindi, and is traditionally recited in Hindi. It's widely believed that those who recite Hanuman Chalisa regularly are blessed with strength, wisdom and courage, and also will be protected from evil and negative energies. The hymn praises Lord Hanuman's devotion, strength, wisdom, and his role in the Ramayana, the ancient Indian epic. It is often recited as a daily prayer or on special occasions, such as Hanuman Jayanti, the birthday of Lord Hanuman.

The Hanuman Chalisa is divided into two Dohas, each containing 20 verses.

In the first Doha, Tulsidas praises Hanuman's devotion and his role as Rama's devotee and messenger. He describes Hanuman as the embodiment of strength, wisdom, and devotion, and asks for Hanuman's blessings to attain these qualities. He also mentions Hanuman's heroic deeds during the Ramayana, such as finding Sita, the wife of Rama, and his role in the war against the demon king, Ravana.

In the second Doha, Tulsidas describes the benefits of reciting the Hanuman Chalisa, such as protection from evil and negative energies, blessings of success and prosperity, and the attainment of salvation. He also mentions that reciting the Chalisa can cure diseases and grant wishes, and that it is equivalent to worshiping Lord Rama himself.

The poem concludes by asking for Hanuman's blessings and protection, and expressing the belief that reciting the Hanuman Chalisa with devotion and faith will lead to the attainment of knowledge, strength, and devotion, and ultimately to salvation.

The Hanuman Chalisa is widely considered as one of the most powerful hymns in Hinduism and is recited by millions of people every day, not only in India but also in many other parts of the world. It is commonly recited as a daily prayer or as part of religious ceremonies, especially on Hanuman Jayanti, the birthday of Lord Hanuman. The hymn is also recited to overcome difficulties, to be protected from negative energies, to gain knowledge and wisdom, to be blessed with strength and courage, and to attain salvation.

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