Hanumar/Anjaneyar Jayanthi:

Yatra yatra raghunatha kirtanam Tatra tatra kritha masthakanjalim Bhaspavaari paripurna lochanam Maarutim namata raakshasanthakam Meaning : We bow to Maruti, Sri Hanuman, who stands with his palms folded above his forehead, with a torrent of tears flowing down his eyes wherever the Names of Lord Rama are sung. Sri Hanuman is worshipped all over India-either alone or together with Sri Rama. Pancha Mukha Anjaneyar at Gowrivakkam, Chennai


Every temple of Sri Rama has the murti or idol of Sri Hanuman. Hanuman is the Avatara of Lord Shiva. He was born of the Wind-God and Anjani Devi. His other names are Pavanasuta, Marutsuta, Pavankumar, Bajrangabali and Mahavira. Hanuman Jayanthi, marks a symbolic acceptance of the human race’s peaceful co-existence with nature and the worship of an animal as a divine creature. It is celebrated during Chaitra (April) to commemorate the birth of Hanuman, the monkey god widely venerated throughout India. In Tamil Nadu, it is observed in the Tamil month Margazhi, which is one of the most auspicious months in Tamil In 2009, Hanuman Jayanthi, in Tamil Month Margazhi is on December 16. Hanuman or Anjaneya was born on Moola Nakshatra, on the new moon day (amavasya) in the month of Margazhi. Hanuman possessed devotion, knowledge, spirit of selfless service, power of celibacy, and desirelessness. He never boasted of his bravery and intelligence. The world has not yet seen and will not see in future also a mighty hero like  Sri Hanuman. During his life he worked wonders and exhibited superhuman feats of strength and valour. He has left behind him a name which, as long as the world lasts, will continue wielding a great influence over the minds of millions of people. It is believed that he who meditates on him and repeats his name attains power, strength, glory, prosperity and success in life. He is worshipped in all parts of India, particularly in the state of Maharashtra. The Margazhi month also has another importance which is also marked as a “Classical kutcheri’s season”. It is well known in tamilnadu. All the sabhas would be full fledged with people who has interest in music. This would be held as a great event. Indians from abroad throng the sabhas especially during this season. We can write namas like “rama rama” or “sriram jayaram jayajayaram”. After completion of writing the whole book,we can send it to the respective places. There is one in ” west mambalam” and another one in “madurai”. In these places, they collect the books before the time of hanumar jayanthi and present it at the foot of “Hanumar bhagwan” and they sent back to us the prasad. There are also many famous temples for Hanuman.

To name a few, “32 feet Anjaneyar at Nanganallur, Chennai


  • 32-feet Anjaneyar temple at Nanganallur, Chennai
  • Anjaneyar temple at Namakkal without roof. The temple had recently it’s kumbabishekam also.
  • Panchamukha Anjaneyar temple at Panchavati on way to Pondy.

Jai Ho Bajrangbali ki….

Source: internet plus my thoughts