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Hanuman Jayanti Mahotsav will be celebrated with pomp in Malbazar

Like every year, Hanuman Jayanti Mahotsav is going to be celebrated at Balaji Mandir, Malbazar. This festival will last for three days, has started on 30th March, will be worshipped on 31st March (Chaitra Purnima) and will end on 1st April with a rally. You all are cordially invited to the Mahotsav. We all know Hanuman Jayanti is Celebrated in the month of Chaitra of Hindu calendar. It will be organised by Shri Shivoham Balaji Trust, Malbazar (Mal)

 

Hanuman Jayanti is an important festival of the Hindus. Lord Hanuman is an ardent devotee of Lord Sri Rama and is widely known for his unflinching devotion to Sri Rama. Hanuman is the symbol of strength and energy.

Balaji-Mandira- Mal

On this auspicious day, devotees of Lord Hanuman celebrate him and seek his protection and blessings. They flock to temples to worship him and present religious offerings. In return, The devotees receive prasad by the temple priests in the form of sweets, flowers, coconuts, tilak, sacred ash and Ganga Jal. People also celebrate him on this day by reciting various devotional hymns and prayers like the Hanuman Chalisa and reading holy scriptures like the Ramayana and Mahabharata.

 

The Valmiki Ramayana states that Lord Hanuman was born on the Anjaneri mountain. His mother Anjana was an apsara who was born on earth due to a curse. She was redeemed from this curse on giving birth to a son.

Anjaneri-Mountain

 

The Eknath Bhavartha Ramayana (16th century CE) states that Lord Hanuman is often called the son of the deity Vayu (Wind God); several different traditions account for the Vayu’s role in Hanuman’s birth.

 

Another story of Hanuman’s origins is derived from the Vishnu Purana and Naradiya Purana. Narada, infatuated with a princess, went to his Lord Vishnu, to make him look like Vishnu so that the princess would garland him at Swayamvara (husband-choosing ceremony). He asked for hari mukh (Hari is another name of Vishnu, and mukh means face). Vishnu instead bestowed him with the face of a vanara. Unaware of this, Narada went to the princess, who burst into laughter at the sight of his ape-like face before all the king’s court. Narada, unable to bear the humiliation, cursed Vishnu, that Vishnu would one day be dependent upon a vanara. Vishnu replied that what he had done was for Narada’s own good, as he would have undermined his own powers if he were to enter matrimony. Vishnu also noted that Hari has the dual Sanskrit meaning of vanara. Upon hearing this, Narada repented for cursing Vishnu. But Vishnu told him not to repent as the curse would act as a boon, for it would lead to the birth of Hanuman, an avatar of Shiva, without whose help Rama (Vishnu’s avatar) could not kill Ravana.

Lord Hanuman is worshipped as a deity with the ability to attain victory against evil and provide protection.

Source: Wikipedia

Shri Shivam Balaji Trust- Malbazar

In order to make this festival successful, the economic cooperation has been done.

Shri Amit Agarwal- 9434754777
Shri Kamal Agarwal- 8900071861
Shri Gauri Shankar Goyal- 9933359575
Shri Rajesh Agarwal- 9434118064
Shri Devi Prasad Agarwal- 9434807824
Shri Suresh Agarwal- 9832338504
Shri Vinod Agarwal- 9832622133
Shri Arun Kumar Prem- 9475218365

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