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Aap sabhiko Shree Hanuman Jayanti Ki Shubhkamnaye!
When is Hanuman Jayanti in 2020?
Hanuman Jayanti date in 2020 is on Wednesday, 8th of April.
What is Hanuman Jayanti?
Hanuman Jayanti is the celebration of the birth of Lord Hanuman (who is an incarnation of Lord Shiva). It is celebrated by millions of Hindus in India and around the world.
How is Hanuman Jayanti celebrated?
It is quite normal for devotees to visit Hanuman temples to perform puja, make offerings such as prasada and to seek protection and blessings from Shree Hanuman Ji.
However, I believe the best way to celebrate this occasion is to recite the Hanuman Chalisa 108 times, which is equivalent to doing his puja.
It is also beneficial to chant Hanuman mantras and read holy scriptures like the Ramayan and the Sundara Kanda (stories about Hanuman in the Ramayan) on this day.
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To mark the birth of Lord Hanuman, Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated all over India in the month of Chaitra in the Hindu calendar. People often chant the Hanuman Chalisa, and sing Hanuman Bhajans and Hanuman Jayanti songs to seek the blessings of Lord Hanuman.
The great Lord Hanuman is known for his great strength, wisdom, knowledge, selfless service and his immortal devotion towards Lord Rama.
Considered to be the greatest follower of Lord Rama, playing a crucial role in the Ramayana, and in the greatest Indian epic Mahabharata.
He is also popularly known as Sankat Mochan Mahabali Hanuman and Pavan Putra Hanuman who people remember devotionally through the Hanuman chalisa in both good and bad times.