Who is powerful Hanuman or Ganesha

About Hanuman

He is the living embodiment of Rama Nama. He is an ideal Nishkama Karma Yogi or ideal selfless servant. He is a bhakta and a brahmachari. He served Rama with pure love and devotion without expecting anything in return. He lived to serve Rama. He was humble, brave, and wise. He possessed all the divine virtues.

He did what others couldn't. He crossed the ocean by pronouncing the name Ramas, burned Lanka, brought the Sanjeevini herb and revived Lakshmana from Patala-loka after killing Ravana.

He had bhakti (devotion), shakti (divine energy), vidya (divine knowledge) and seva bhava (love of service), brahmacharya and nishkamya bhava. He never boasted of his courage and intelligence. He said to Ravana, "I am a humble messenger of Rama. I came here to serve Rama and do his work. I am here by order of Rama. I am fearless by the grace of Rama. I am not afraid of death. I welcome him when he comes and I will serve Rama in the process. "See how humble Hanuman was! He never said, "I am the brave Hanuman. I can do anything."

See how much he worshiped Rama!

Rama himself said to Hanuman: "I am indebted to you, oh mighty hero! You have performed superhuman exploits and did not want anything in return. Sugriva received the kingdom; Angada received Yuvaraja; Vibhishana became the king of Lanka. But you never have one wage requested. You even threw away the precious pearl ribbon, a present from Sita.

I can never repay my debt. I will always be in your debt. I will do you the favor of eternal life. Everyone will honor and worship you just like I do. Your statue will be placed at the entrance of my temple and you will be worshiped and worshiped first. Whenever my Katha and Kirtan are sung, you will be named and worshiped in the first place. You will be able to do all that I cannot do. "

Rama praised Hanuman on his return after finding Sita in Lanka. But there was not a trace of pride in Hanuman. He knelt at the lotus feet of Rama. Rama asked Hanuman, "Oh mighty hero! How did you cross the ocean?" Hanuman replied, "By the strength and greatness of your name, oh my master." Again Rama Hanuman asked: "How did you burn Lanka down? How did you save yourself?" Hanuman replied, "By your grace, O my master."

See how humble Hanuman what!

There are many people who expect prosperity as a reward for their services. Others don't want wealth, but they want fame and honor. Some, on the other hand, do not want wealth, fame and honor, but expect recognition and thanks. And some don't want anything, but they boast of their exploits. But Hanuman was above these things. That is why he is the ideal Karma Yogi, an unsurpassed master of Dasya-Bhava Bhakti. His life is full of practical examples. Everyone should do their best to follow their noble example.

Glory and honor are due to Hanuman, the blessed devotee of Rama! Glory to Anjaneya, the mighty hero, intrepid warrior and learned Bramachari as the world has never seen, nor will anyone else see.

Oh mighty Hanuman, you tireless and devoted servant of Rama, joy of Anjana, King of the Brahmacharis! Show us the secrets of Brahmacharya and the ways to obtain purity of thoughts, words and deeds. May India always have such heroes and brahmacharis!

Where there is Hanuman, there is also Rama and Sita. And wherever Rama and Sita are worshiped, there is Hanuman. May the blessings and grace of Hanuman benefit all people. Let us now praise his glory and greatness:


Anjaneya Veera
Hanumantha Soora
Vayu Kumara
Vanara Veera
Sri Rama Dootha
Jaya Hanumantha
Jaya Jaya Sita Ram Ki
Jaya Bolo Hanuman Ki
Rama Lakshmana Janaki
Jaya Bolo Hanuman Ki
Jaya Sita Ram Jaya Jaya Sita Ram
Jaya Hanuman Jaya Jaya Hanuman