Saturday, October 22, 2016

Hanuman Ji History In Hanumad Ramayana

Lord Hanuman is well known for his extreme devotion to Lord Rama. Lord Hanuman is always depicted in the Indian folklaire as an icon of true devotion and a symbol of the power of true devotion and chastity.
Lord Hanuman's devotion to Lord Rama is symbolic of the devotion of the enlightened individual soul towards the supreme soul.
Many stories from the Indian literature tell the tales of Lord Hanuman protecting devotees of Lord Rama and helping those who seek his either spiritually or otherwise. Swami Tulasidas has written these lines in respect of Lord Hanuman's great character, in praise of his powers and also devotion.

Hanuman Ji History In Hanumad Ramayana:

Once Hanuman, the great devotee of Lord Rama thought of reading Valmiki’s Ramayan. He thoroughly enjoyed Valmiki’s supreme creation. There is no doubt about Valmiki’s status as the leading poet of human history (aadi-kavi). Valmiki’s creation is treated at par with the Vedas. However, Hanuman thought there is further scope for elaboration. After all Rama’s character has infinite attributes as also his cosmic play (lila). Further elucidation is in the realm of possibilities. Valmiki mostly received the contents of the Ramayan though Yoga. Hanuman decided to come up with his version of the Ramayana. After all he had first-hand knowledge of the events from the day he met Rama in the forest.

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The- re you go. Hanuman lost himself in creating his own version of Ramayana. He forgot food, water and sleep. Only writing, writing and writing. He wrote on the stones of the mountains. The word spread. It reached Valmiki. He was worried. What is Hanuman up to? Valmiki thought of checking firsthand.

Valmiki arrived at the mountain where Hunuman was busy writing.

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Hanuman was overjoyed to receive Valmiki. He embraced the sage warmly. Sage Valmiki wanted to read what Hanuman has written. Hanuman took him around the huge mountain and showed the stones on which the slokas have been beautifully written. Valmiki went around patiently and read the complete Ramayana of Hanuman. It took Valmiki a thousand years to go through the massive work. The sage was visibly moved. He was full of praise for Hanuman. Nothing like this the world has ever seen or will ever see. “But….”, Valmiki could not say anything, tears betraying his sentiments.

“But what, my dear Sage. Please feel free to tell me, even if it is inconvenient for me. All feedback is important. I promise to do all I can to see you happy.”,Hanuman said, unable to understand Valmiki’s true feelings.

“But who will read my Ramayana now?”,the sage somehow blurted out.

It took a while for the whole purport of the sage’s word to sink in. Hanuman could see the point now. Already he is the most popular God in India. People have almost stopped worshipping all other Gods. Every hamlet, every village, every tree, every stone is being converted to an image of Hanuman. Now if the ‘Hanuman Ramayan’ hits the stands, who will ever, bother to read anything written by other poets, by other devotees, by even the supreme poet Valmiki?

Hanuman looked at the massive mountain and millions of stones in front him all holding his creations majestically. He quickly made up his mind. “The works of other devotees are more important than mine.”, he said and uprooted the entire mountain containing his Ramayan and moved at lightning speed to the nearest ocean and sunk the mountain in the ocean.

Valmiki was dumbstruck. “What have you done? I didn’t want this. Please pardon me saying something about the fate of my Ramayan. I have become selfish. I have got used to my reputation. Please bring out your Ramayan.”, Valmiki tried to persuade Hanuman.

But to no avail. Hanuman has the power of sacrifice and renunciation that none can match. That’s the reason why he is the supreme devotee of Lord Rama.

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