Puja on hanuman jayanti for strong energy
Hanuman Jayanti is being celebrated on the 15th day of Shukla Paksha in the
month of Chaitra to celebrate the birth of Lord (bhagawan) Hanuman. Lord
(bhagawan) Hanuman is taken into account to be the ardent follower of Lord
(Bhagawan) Rama is worshipped for his due devotion to Lord (Bhagawan) Rama.
Hanuman is the sign of vigor, power and trueness. Hanuman is considered for
being the avatar of Lord (Bhagawan) Shiva and was born to help Lord (Bhagawan)
Rama in destroying the bad Ravana. Through the Hanuman Jayanti, all the
religious discourses are being happening at dawn. Hanuman was born at sunrise in
the month of March-April. In accordance with olden saints or monks , Tuesday and
Saturday is considered for being the day of Hanuman and is one of the best day
to obtain the blessings from Lord (bhagawan) Hanuman.
How can one do Hanuman Jayanti Worship
Going to Hanuman temple (mandir) on the Hanuman Jayanti and offering prayers, sweets, flowers, Puja and abhishek is considered to be the easy type of puja that gets the Lord (Bhagawan) hanuman to impart his blessings to the devotees. Over the dawn time, the statue or image of Hanuman is being washed with Ganga-Jal water and the statue is then kept back in Puja Ghar. Then the statue is smeared with Sindhoor. The agarbatti or diya is being lit in front of him and the sweets and bananas are being offered as the bhog to ensure after the Puja it may be distributed as Puja prasad among the devotees. In fact the preparations, Hanuman Chalisa is recited and it can be recited any number of times based upon the disciple. The Puja takes accomplished after the recitation of Human Aarti. Fasts are being observed by the devotees on this day from sunrise to sunset.
The Lord (bhagawan) Hanuman Puja helps the person to beat from the hurdles in the path of the achievement. The Puja fills the life of disciple with full of power and self-confidence so he/she be able to make good deeds for others. It also guards the devotees from the evil spirits.
Importance of Hanuman Jayanti Puja
Tantric anushthan is being carried out for the instant healing from physical problems or from the sickness. The tantric Puja completed the day of Hanuman Jayanti is also called balaristayog or the arogya pujan and makes in achieving the bodily power.
This Hanuman Jayanti puja completed by our Divyayogashop's priest (Pandit) by maintaining pure holiness and incorporating vedic/tantrik rituals. After Hanuman Jayanti puja Divyayogashop will send puja photo within 3-4 working days by electronic mail. Divyayogashop do Live telecast of this Hanuman Jayanti puja so you may see your puja at real time.
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See- Mantra jaap rules
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