[GHHF] Bala Samskar Kendras – Students learned about Hanuman’s Birthday. His role in Ramayana and His bravery.

20 May 2023 682 Views

Mark Tully, former BBC correspondent in India,
"The Kumbh Mela could only take place in India. In no other country would millions and millions of pilgrims, driven just by faith that the sins of this life and previous lives would be washed away by bathing in the confluence of two rivers at an auspicious time, brave severe hardships, some walking barefooted, to get to bathe. Where else would you find hundreds of holy men willing to march naked in processions through the crowds of pilgrims, or one thousand Brahmins sitting around a hundred sacred fires offering a sacrifice for world peace?" At what gathering of one religion would you find such a variety of teaching, such an acceptance that there are many ways to God?"
Global Hindu Heritage Foundation is very happy to inform you that we have started Bala Samskar Kendras (Schools for children and youth) to enrich them with the greatness of Hindu Dharma and appreciate the sacrifices many leaders have done to protect Bharat. There are many kings who have achieved new heights in their skills, talents, and strength. Unfortunately, Bharath denies its history to its own children and glorified the most undeserving rulers. The government has corrupted the minds of young students since Independence in 1947. It is our effort to teach them the greatness of our scriptures, enrich their minds with timeless wisdom, create a sense of pride through time-tested moral and ethical compasses, and make them proud of the science behind all our customs and traditions.
Hanuman Jayanthi
The birthday of Lord Hanuman is commemorated as Hanuman Jayanti. The most important celebration of this day is to worship Lord Hanuman. This Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated either in Chaitra month (April-May) on the day of Chaitra Purnima or in Vaishakha month (May-June).
 Whenever you are supposed to travel to India you will get to see different folks worship Lord Hanuman in different ways. The Hanuman Jayanti 2023 is mostly celebrated in the state of north India during the Chaitra Purnima. 
 On the other hand, Hanuman Jayanti is the celebration of forty-one days in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana starts the celebration of hanuman jayanti on the Chaitra Purnima performed on the tenth day of Vaishaka month (Krishna Paksha). 
Where the people in Tamil Nadu celebrate the Hanuman Jayanti during Margashirsha Amavasya (December-January) and the people in Karnataka celebrate Hanuman vrat on Shukla paksha trayodashi during a similar month. 
About God Hanuman Ji
God Hanuman is renowned for his bravery, strength, and pure devotion, and his father Wayu. The winds God is connected to extraordinary wisdom and prana or life force energy. Though, it is believed that he can bestow these traits. To those who devote themselves to him, Hanuman Jayanti’s birthday is a 24-hour power period during which his energy is abundant. 
Hanuman can revitalize your spirits, bestow relief from suffering and the adverse effects of enemies and fill you with unconquerable courage and strength. To achieve success in your pursuits.
Introduction To Hanuman Jayanti
A Hindu celebration called Hanuman Jayanti honors the anniversary of Lord Hanuman’s birth. He is Shri Rama’s Param Bhakt, who is tasked with putting an end to the suffering of his devotees. Mahavira, Bajrangbali, Anjaneya, Pawan Putra, Anjaniputra, Kesari Nandan, and Maruti are just a few of Lord Hanuman’s monikers.
 On the day of Hanuman Jayanti, worshippers fast for the entire day, visit the temple, offer vermilion or red cloth and marigolds, and take part in processions and religious celebrations.
Hindus adore Lord Hanuman, a devoted follower of the Hindu deity Rama, throughout India as a result of his unwavering devotion to the god Rama. On the fifteenth day of Shukla Paksha in the month of Chaitra, Hanuman Jayanti is observed (The Chaitra Purnima). 
 On this day, Lord Hanuman, also known as the Vanara God, was born. Hanuman Jayanti is a holiday commemorating his birth. Hanuman is regarded as the 11th Rudra incarnation of Lord Siva and possesses several virtues like immense devotion, power, knowledge, divine ability, bravery, intelligence, and an attitude of selfless service. 
He has dedicated his entire life to serving Lord Rama and Mata Sita, never displaying courage or cleverness for no apparent reason. Hanuman Jayanti is a significant Hindu holiday that is widely observed throughout India. Lord Hanuman is also known as Lord Varuna.
The Grand Invocation Of 108 Types of Boon Bestowing Hanuman
This year the hangman’s birthday will be invoking the unique 08 types of boon. Bestowing Hanuman with ashtamsa waratah anjaniya in a grand five-priest fire lab. To gain his potent blessings to overcome obstacles and remove internal and external negatives. Boosting physical and mental energy gains confidence and courage to face challenges and enemies and gain his divine protection.
 Divine persona of Hanuman as ashtamsa varada anjanaya. According to sacred texts, this majestic form of Hanuman is depicted with his right hand held in protection. Habana Madra’s pose symbolizes his ability to remove fears and protect all his left hand holding his mace Gada symbolizes.
 His ability to help win over inner negativities Goddess Lakshmi is believed to reside in the palm of ash teams, Bharata, and Anjaneya. However, Hanuman’s long tail curled behind his back facing the north symbolizes wealth and growth.
So, his legs turned towards the south show his power to grant longevity as the south is the direction of the God of death Yama his comforting. And brilliant eyes are compared to the sun and the moon showcasing his compassion towards his devotees. 
The 108 Types Of Blessings of Hanuman on His Birthday.
The divine powers of Hanuman have been mentioned in the epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata and other sacred texts. According to traditional belief, Hanuman Jayanti’s birthday is the key time. When Hanuman’s energy is abundantly available to receive the below. 
•    Uncommon blessings grant protection from enemies. 
•    This helps overcome internal and external negativities. 
•    Eliminate suffering and improve well-being. 
•    Get rid of the fear of death and enjoy longevity to help enjoy growth, wealth, and auspiciousness. 
•    This will clear bad karma (deeds)
•    Help gain the grace of eight Lakshmi’s ashta Lakshmi grant a fulfilling life. 
So, these are the foremost things that everyone should follow. These are the thighs that teach us so many things and provide us to learn more in our life. This becomes foremost for every person to walk on the right path and learn from our God and Goddess. (Source: https://99pandit.com/blog/hanuman-jayanti/)
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