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Tuesday, June 4, 2024

Lord Hanuman is still alive but where does he live? Know these interesting secrets on Bada Mangal


Budhwa Mangal 2024: All Tuesdays of Jyeshtha month are called Bada Mangal. 4th June i.e. Tuesday is the second Bada Mangal. Hanuman ji is worshipped on this day. It was on Tuesday of Jyeshtha month that Hanuman ji had broken the pride of Mahabali Bhima by taking the form of an old monkey. Bhandara is organised everywhere. There is a huge crowd in the temples of Bajrangbali. Bada Mangal festival is celebrated with great pomp especially in Lucknow and Kanpur of Uttar Pradesh. It is believed that the insured son of the Nawab here was cured only by praying on Tuesday of Jyeshtha month. Since then, Bhandara and Bhajan-Kirtan are organised everywhere on Bada Mangal. Hanuman ji is considered to be the awakened deity of Kaliyug. According to religious scriptures, Hanuman ji got the boon of living on earth even in Kaliyug, it is believed that even today Hanuman ji is on earth. 

Hanuman ji lives on Gandhamadana mountain. 

In Treta Yug, Lord Shri Ram had given the boon of immortality to his great devotee Hanuman. He also said that I will meet you in Dwapar Yug. So when Lord Shri Ram incarnated as Lord Krishna in Dwapar Yug, he met Hanuman ji during the Mahabharata war. When Lord Shri Krishna became Arjun's charioteer in the Mahabharata war, Hanuman ji was also on that chariot and was protecting the chariot. He was seated in the flag of Arjun's chariot. 

After this, Hanuman ji is on earth even in Kaliyug. According to Shrimad Bhagwat Purana, Hanuman ji resides on Gandhamadana mountain in Kaliyug. Hanuman ji worships Lord Ram while living on Gandhamadana mountain. 

Where is Gandhamadana mountain? 

It is believed that Gandhamadan mountain is situated to the north of Kailash mountain of Himalayas and Kedar mountain is situated to the south. One of the Gajdant mountains situated in all the four directions of Sumeru mountain was called Gandhamadan mountain in ancient times. Today this area falls in Tibet. There are three ways to reach here, first is to go beyond Mansarovar via Nepal and second is to go beyond the hills of Bhutan and third is to reach this place via Arunachal via China.

(Dislaimer: The information given here is based on general beliefs and information. Newztezz.online does not confirm it.)

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