Posted by: ramrajya | May 8, 2012

Maha Veer Hanuman. Sri.Jaya Panchakam.[Narration in English and Tamil]

Maha Veer Hanuman. Sri.Jaya Panchakam.[Narration in English and Tamil]

இராமாயணம் சுந்தர காண்டத்தில் 42ம் சர்கத்தில் 33வது ஸ்லோகம் முதல் 37வது ஸ்லோகம் வரை உள்ள ஸ்ரீ ஜெய பஞ்சகம் ஸ்லோகத்தைப் பாராயணம் செய்வதால் திருமணம் ஆகாத பிள்ளைகளுக்கு திருமணம் நிச்சியமாகி, வாழ்வில் கஷ்டங்களும் நீங்கப் பெறலாம்.

Maha Veer Hanuman is an ardent devotee of Sri. Rama, the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu.A general among the vanaras, Hanuman is a disciple of Lord Rama in the war against the demon king Ravana the king of Srilanka. Also known as Anjaneya, Maruti, Maharudra, Pavanputra, Kesharinandan, Arbiter, Anjaniputra, Bajrang Bali and Hanumat, Hanuman’s exploits are much celebrated in a variety of religious and cultural traditions, particularly in Hinduism, to the extent that he is often the object of worship according to some bhakti traditions, and is the prime deity in many temples known as Hanuman Mandirs.


Sri.Jaya Panchakam.


Five slokas in Ramayana epic are called Sri.Jaya Panchakam. When Hanuman was at Srilanka fighting with the warriors of demon king Ravana, Hanuman chanted Jaya panchakam slokas for winning in the war. In Ramayana, Sundara Kandam, in 42 sarg and slokas from 33 to 37 are called Jaya Panchakam.


By chanting Jaya Panchaka slokas at the time of seeking bride and bride groom for your children, You will get good match to your daughters and sons. You can also chant these slokas several times to get relief from loan burden, and to win in court cases, and to get relief from illness.


Multiple places in India are claimed as the birth place of Hanuman. Hanuman was born on ‘Anjaneya Hill’, in Hampi, Karnataka. This is located near the Risyamukha Mountain on the banks of the Pampa, where Sugreeva and Sri Rama are said to have met in Valmiki Ramayana’s Kishkinda Kanda. There is a temple that marks the spot.Even Trimbakeshwar, Anjan, a small village about 18 km away from Gumla, houses “Anjan Dham”, which is said to be the birth place of Hanuman. The name of the village is derived from the name of the goddess Anjani, mother of Mahaveer Hanuman. Aanjani Gufa (cave), 4 km from the village, is believed to be the place where Anjani once lived.


Bow down to Hanuman, who is the slayer of demons, and who is present with head bowed and eyes full of flowing tears wherever the fame of Lord Rāma is sung. I may be pardoned for the pronunciation mistakes in my speech.


Jai Hanuman! Jaya…Jaya Hanuman!!




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