Brass Hanuman Statue 'Jai Shri Ram'

Brass Hanuman Statue 'Jai Shri Ram'

$34.00
Every morning, especially Monday, chant this mantra about Hanuma: Aum aeem bhreem hanumate, shree ram dootaaya namaha’ and you will be blessed with power and energy.
Here the Pawan Putra Hanuman is shown holding the hill containing Sanjeevani plants with his one hand and his weapon with the other hand. His body is given a spectacular touch as the Lord is wearing lot of jewelries and a long garland Bajrangabali is one of the most popular gods in Hinduism. Because of his loyalty and commitment to the cause of Lord Rama he has become very popular. People from all walks of life worships and appreciate his divine nature and super human personality shaped by the strength of celibacy, humility, selflessness, unsurpassed devotion, determination, fearlessness and extraordinary commitment to work for the divine. He is such a true devotee. His temples are found everywhere in India, In the streets of towns and cities, on the hills, in the forests and most difficult places. Millions observe fast on Tuesdays and refrain from drinking and smoking as a mark of respect for him. Seeta, the great consort of Lord Raam impressed by the selfless devotion and services of Hanuman blessed him to remain immortal in his existing form till the end of creation and help the loyal devotees of Raam. When people pray to Hanuman, they generally chant the chalisa for boons and protection. The chalisa is a verse of 40 lines containing pure adulation. It describes the great qualities and adventures of Hanuman. It is said that because of his complete humility he would not stir into action, unless one reminds him of his true greatness and his divine purpose. His devotees therefore chant the chalisa, to remind him of his greatness and prompt him to wake up from his devotion and help them. He is called Anajaniputra or Anjaneya because his mother's name was Anjana and above all he is revered as Raam Bhakta Hanuman means devotee of Lord Raam.
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Every morning, especially Monday, chant this mantra about Hanuma: Aum aeem bhreem hanumate, shree ram dootaaya namaha’ and you will be blessed with power and energy.
Here the Pawan Putra Hanuman is shown holding the hill containing Sanjeevani plants with his one hand and his weapon with the other hand. His body is given a spectacular touch as the Lord is wearing lot of jewelries and a long garland Bajrangabali is one of the most popular gods in Hinduism. Because of his loyalty and commitment to the cause of Lord Rama he has become very popular. People from all walks of life worships and appreciate his divine nature and super human personality shaped by the strength of celibacy, humility, selflessness, unsurpassed devotion, determination, fearlessness and extraordinary commitment to work for the divine. He is such a true devotee. His temples are found everywhere in India, In the streets of towns and cities, on the hills, in the forests and most difficult places. Millions observe fast on Tuesdays and refrain from drinking and smoking as a mark of respect for him. Seeta, the great consort of Lord Raam impressed by the selfless devotion and services of Hanuman blessed him to remain immortal in his existing form till the end of creation and help the loyal devotees of Raam. When people pray to Hanuman, they generally chant the chalisa for boons and protection. The chalisa is a verse of 40 lines containing pure adulation. It describes the great qualities and adventures of Hanuman. It is said that because of his complete humility he would not stir into action, unless one reminds him of his true greatness and his divine purpose. His devotees therefore chant the chalisa, to remind him of his greatness and prompt him to wake up from his devotion and help them. He is called Anajaniputra or Anjaneya because his mother's name was Anjana and above all he is revered as Raam Bhakta Hanuman means devotee of Lord Raam.

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