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Reciting the forty verse prayer is the most common way of venerating Lord Hanuman. Get the Hanuman Chalisa here.


Hanuman Chalisa



Written by Tulsidas "Hanuman Chalisa" is the most popular of prayers of Bajrangbali. The forty verses of Hanuman Chalisa are known as Chaupai and are a biographical narration of Hanuman ji's life. The Hanuman Chalisa is in fact essence of the Sundara Kanda of Ramayana. Many people recite the Hanuman Chalisa in times of trouble or when feeling scared to ward off any evil spirit. The doha at the beginning of Hanuman Chalisa is a direct prayer to the Lord admitting to him that being fully aware of my deficient intelligence, I concentrate fully on you my lord humbly asking you to grant me strength, intelligence, true knowledge to relieve me of all faults causing pain. In the Hanuman Chalisa Lord Hanuman is praised for his strength and being a repository of knowledge. He is hailed as the protector of saints and sages and destructor of demons; the true devotee of Lord Rama and an epitome of Sacrifice and loyalty. Tulsidas has said that who so ever would recite the Hanuman Chalisa one hundred times will be instantly gratified and be rid of all pains and suffering.

Il Doha ll
Shri Guru Charana Saroj Raja, Nija Mana Mukura Sudhar l
Baranau Raghubara Bimala Jasu, Jo Dayaku Phala Chaar ll
Buddhi Heena Tanu jaanike ,Sumeero Pawana Kumaar l
Bala Buddhi Vidhya Dehu Mohi, Harahu Kalesa Vikaar ll

ll Chaupai ll
Jai Hanuman Gyana Gunasagara, Jai Kapeesa Tihu Loka Ujaagara
Rama Doota Atulita Baladhaama, Anjanee Putra Pawanasuta Naama

Mahabir Bikram Bajarangee, Kumatee Nivaara Sumatee Ke Sangee
Kanchana Barana Biraaja Subesha ,Kanana Kundala Kunchita Kesha

Haatha Vajra Aur Dhwajaa Birajay, Kaandhe Moonj Janeun Saaje
Shankara Suvana Kesaree Nandana,Teja Pratapa Maha Jaga Vandana

Vidya Vaana Gunee Aati Chatur, Ramakaja Kareebe Ko Aatur
Prabhu Charitra Suneebe Ko Rasiya,Rama Lakhana Seeta Mana Basiya

Suukshmaroopadhari Siyahi Dikhava,Vikataroopadhari Lanka Jarawaa
Bhima Roopa Dharee Asura Sanhaare, Ramachandra Ke Kaaja Sanwaare

Laaye Sanjeevan Lakhana Jiyaye, Shri Raghubeera Harasheeura Laaye
Raghupatee Keenhi Bahuta Badaayii,Tum Mam Priya Bharata Sama Bhayee

Sahas Badan Tumharo Jas Gave, Asa Kahe Shreepathee Kantha Lagaave
Sanaka Dik Brahma Dee Muneesa, Narada Sharada Sahita Aheesa

Yama Kubera Digapaala Jahan The, Kavi Kovida Kahee Sakay Kahan The
Tum Upakaara Sugreevaheen Keenha, Rama Milaaya Rajapada Deenha

Tumharo Mantra Vibheeshana Maanaa,Lankeshwara Bhaye Saba Jaga Jaanaa
Juga Sahastra Yojana Par Bhanu ,Leelyo Taahi Madhura Phala Jaanu

Prabhu Mudrika Meli Mukha Mayee, Jaladhi Laanghee Gaye Acharaj Nahee
Durgama Kaaja Jagatke Jethe, Sugama Anugraha Tumhare Tete

Rama Duaare Tuma Rakhawaale, Hota Na Aagyan Bina Paysaare
Sab Sukh Lahai Tumhari Sarana, Tum Rakshak Kahoo Ko Darna

Aapan Tej Samhaarao Aape, Teeno Lok Haankate Kaapein
Bhoota Pishaacha Nikata Nahee Aawe, Mahabeera Jaba Naama Sunaavay

Naashai Roga Hare Sab Peera, Japata Nirantara Hanumatha Beera
Sankat Se Hanuman Chodave, Man Krama Bachana Dhyan Jo Laave

Sab Para Raama Tapasvi Raja, Tinake Kaaja Sakal Tum Saaja
Aur Manoratha Jo Koyee Laave, Soyee Amitha Jeevan Phala Paave

Charahu Yuga Parataapa Tumhara, Hai Parasiddha Jagata Ujiyaara
Sadhoo Sant Ke Tuma Rakhwaale, Asura Nikandana Raama Dulare

Ashta Siddhi Nava Nidhi Ke Daataa, Asabara Deena Jaankee Maataa
Rama Rasayan Tumhare Paasaa, Sadha Raho Raghupathee Ke Daasaa

Tumhare Bhajan Ram Ko Paave, Janma Janma Ke Dukha Bisaraave
Antha Kaal Raghupatee Pura Jaayee,Jahaa Janma Hari Bhakta Kahayee

Aur Devatha Chit Na Dharayee, Hanumatha Seyi Sarva Sukha Karayee
Sankata Kate Mite Sab Peera , Jo Sumeere Hanumatha Bala Beera

Jai Jai Jai Hanuman Gosai, Kripa Karahu Gurudeva Kee Naayee
Yah Shata Baar Paatha Kara Joyee, Chutahee Bandhee Maha Sukha Hoyi

Jo Yaha Pade Hanuman Chaleesa, Hoye Siddhi Saakhee Goureesa
Tulasidasa Sada Hari Chera, Keejay Naatha Hridaya Maha Dera

ll Doha ll
Pawana Tanaya Sankat Harana, Mangala Muratee Rupa l
Rama Lakhana Seeta Sahita, Hridaya Basahu Sura Bhoop ll