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Hanuman Jayanti 2023 India Date

Hanuman Jayanti Date 2023 Calendar

Lord Hanuman is a dedicated disciple of Lord Rama. His dedication to Rama. Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated on the first lunar month’s full moon (Chaitra). Hanuman Jayanti is Lord Hanuman’s Hindu birthday. Lord Siva’s attributes generous devotion, strength, knowledge, divine might, courage, intelligence, spirit for selfless service, etc. are all credited to his avatar, the 11th Rudra incarnation.

How Hanuman Jayanti also known as?

Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana for 41 days, beginning with Chaitra Purnima and ending on the tenth day during Krishna Paksha in the month of Vaishakha. Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated in Tamil Nadu during Margashirsha Amavasya, whilst Hanuman Vratam is celebrated in Karnataka.

History of Hanuman Jayanti

Worshipping The name of Lord Hanuman is said so that good may triumph over evil. Chaitra is the most common time for the celebration, while it is held on various dates across the country. The festivities of Hanuman Jayanti begin at sunrise when the god is said to have been born, and so the day begins. Devotees use this day to pray and read passages from the Ramayana and Mahabharata.

Jai Hanuman Vrat (Fasting) and Puja Vidhi

Different from one another, they observe fasting and religious rituals. Following is a detailed description of the Vrat (fasting) and Puja Vidhi (worship rites) that should be performed in honour of Hanuman Jayanti.

1. In the first place, the day begins with Tatkalik Tithi (Ratrivyapini).
2. The night before they begin their fast, worshippers sleep on the floor and perform rituals honouring Ram, Sita, and Hanuman.
3. In the morning, followers once again pay homage to Ram, Sita, and Hanuman.
4. This is the day they get up early and wash up before work.
5. Once the Vrat has been decided upon, the Sankalp (oath) is taken with a cup of water in one hand.
6. They are instructed to take seats near the east and look north or east.
7. Be respectful when praying to Lord Hanuman.
8. In his honour, they do every ceremony prescribed by Shodashopachar (the 16 rites).