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Why so much importance is given to"Bajrang Bali" inRamayana?

Asked by anantharaman, 17 Mar '09 10:52 am
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Hanuman is the prince of the Ape people called the Vanars in Hindu Mythology.. he is the loyal follower of Lord Rama and is the son of the wind-god Vayu... he is one of the most loved gods in india and is still worshipped widely... his life is an example of how a loyal devotee should behave and ineed he performed supernatural feats just by the strength of his faith in the powers of his lord.. Hanuman is blessed with the boon of immortality and waits in the mountains of Himalayas for the return of the Lord in his next incarnation of Kalki...
His unparalleled exploits in the Ramayana has amused and amazed people from time immemorial. Some of the most popular episodes of Hanuman in Ramayana include his leap across the sea, outwitting Surasa the sea monster, killing Simhika, setting Lanka on fire and carrying of the mountain of herbs. Each new generation learns about Hanuman from the Ramayana and soon admires and worships him for his strength, mental discipline, wisdom, serenity and humil ...more
Answered by iqbal ahmed, 17 Mar '09 01:32 pm

 
  
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Bade bakt the wo
Answered by sachin rathore, 17 Mar '09 11:53 am

 
  
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Hanuman was the fallower of RAMA..... no one has given importance to Hanuman.... due to his honesty and dedication he became close to lord Rama
Answered by pradeep mishra, 17 Mar '09 10:58 am

 
  
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He is the most sincere sevak in the world and his is the symbol of buddhi and bal
Answered by krish, 17 Mar '09 10:56 am

 
  
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Hanuman is known for his devotion, more than that he is one of the very few mythological figures who are said to be Amar--- they never die. He is still there.
Answered by Aditya Misra, 17 Mar '09 10:56 am

 
  
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Bcoz
Zindagi chale na shri Ram ke bina Ram na milenge Hanuman ke bina.
Ravan mare na shri Ram ke bina Ram na milenge Hanuman ke bina.
Answered by Sandeep Kumar, 17 Mar '09 10:54 am

 
  
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