Hanuman Chalisa (Contemporary Version) (with English Translation)





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Published on Aug 30, 2008

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Dedicated to Rashi for requesting it

"Sadhanas of Lord Hanuman are really amazing in the results they produce and what more they are so easy and quick acting that there could be no other Sadhana like them. Then what is the need to go in for tough rituals when all solutions can be ad through them.

"Water energized with Hanuman Sadhana has often been poured into the mouth of ailing patients in grave pain and the results have been miraculous, for with the grace of the Lord they regained their health. For the Lord nothing is impossible, because one who can carry a whole mountain, or defeat even a great warrior like Ravan can rush with amazing alacrity when a Sadhak is in pain."

For important rules for this sadhana [follow the voice within]

"Hanuman is one of the most popular concepts of God in Hinduism and one of the most important personalities in the Indian epic, the Ramayana. His most famous feat, as described in the Hindu epic scripture the Ramayana, was leading a monkey army to fight the demon King Ravana [and also finding Princess Sita, reuniting her with her consort, Prince Rama]."

"Hanuman Chalisa, a Hindi-language poem primarily praising Lord Hanuman, is [by a great poet Goswami] Tulsidas's (1532-1623) most famous and read piece of literature apart from the Ramacharitamanasa.
"It has gained enormous popularity among the modern-day Hindus. Many of them recite it as a prayer every week, generally on Tuesdays or Saturdays."
The Hanuman Chalisa (in original verse) with English translation is as follows:

"It is recommended to recite the Chalisa 11 times (Hanuman being the 11th incarnation of Lord Shiv). Some recite the prayer everyday, normally before setting out for work.
Tulsidas suggested that the Hanuman Chalisa should be recited a hundred times in order to obtain special benefits and in special occasions - serious illness, important examinations, major hurdles etc..
The Chalisa is invariably recited before reading Ramayan because the best way to reach Sri Ram is through Hanuman. Hanuman is believed to be present wherever the story of Rama is told."

Reciting various doshas (kind of like stanzas do various things:

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