HINDU GODS

August 07, 2009

HANUMAN SLOKAS


HANUMAN SLOKAS
Aum Anjaneyaye Vidmahe,
Mahabalaye Dhi-Mahi
Tanno Hanuman Prachodayat
Buddhir Balam Yasho Dhairyam
Nir Bhayatvam Arogata
Ajatyam Vak Patutvam Cha
Hanumat Smaranat Bhavet
By remembering Hanuman, one can gain wisdom, strength, success, courage,
fearlessness, lack of ill health, lack of sluggishness, and Oratory skills.
Manoj-avam Maruti Tulya Vegam
Jitendriyam Bhudhi-mataam Varishtam
Vaataatmajam Vaanara-yoota-mukhyam
Sri Ramadootam Shirasaa Namami
I surrender to Hanuman, the messenger of Lord Rama, whose speed is as swift as the
mind and as swift as the wind, who has controlled his sense organs and is the most
intelligent among the intelligent ones; who is the son of Vayu and the chief of the
monkey tribe.
Anjaneyam ati-paata-lananam
Kaanchanaadri Kamaneeya Vigraham
Paarijaata-tarumoola vasinam
Bhavayami pavamana nandanam
Anjana’s son, his face deep red,
His body shining like a golden mountain,
Dwelling always at the root of the Parijata tree,
On him, I meditate; the Wind-god’s son.
Yatra yatra Raghunatha Keertanam
Tatra tatra Krita mastakanjalim
Bhaashpa-vaari paripoorna lochanam
Marutim namada rakshasa-antakam
In all those nooks and corners, where the lord of Raghunath (Rama)* is sung about, In
all such nooks and corners is he (Hanuman), With tears flooding from the eyes,
Salutations to my Lord Maruthi*, He who saw the end of all evil ones

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