Hanuman Chalisa


Anindita Basu
by manwanis
published on 28 July 2016

The 'Hanuman Chalisa' is a 16th CE poem of about 40 verses extolling the monkey-god Hanuman: his devotion to Rama, his strength and wisdom, and his role in the Rama-Ravana battle. The poem is a popular one in India; many people recite it daily from memory, believing that doing so wards off evil and attracts God's grace.

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