Lord Hanuman Free Wallpapers - why God Hanuman Tore open his Chest

Lord Hanuman and ardent devotee of lord Rama is widely worshipped in Hindu religion. Born to mother Anjana and father Kesari, God Hanuman is known by many names such as hanuman, Bajrang Bali, Maruti, Anjaneya , Kesari nandan, Anoman, hunlaman, Hanumantha, Pavanputra (son of pavan, i.e vayu God in Hindu mythology) and several epithets.

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Lord Hanuman tears his chest
Lord Hanuman Tears open his Chest.
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 He is also known as the monkey God and is also considered to be an avatar of Lord Shiva. Hanuman symbolizes strength, energy, perseverance, devotion and intelligence. It is believed that worshipping lord Hanuman helps to get rid of all evils and troubles in life.

Hanuman worshipped and devoted his entire life to lord Rama. Without him, it would have been very difficult for Lord Rama to win the war against Demon King Ravana and rescue Sita.

After defeating the evil Ravana, Lord Rama returned to ayodhya, where he was Crowned with great splendor. Overwhelmed with Hanuman ji’s unconditional devotion and services to lord Rama, mata Sita gifted him with a pearl necklace, which he accepted with great respect.

Deity Hanuman examined each pearl carefully and finally he tore it apart and threw it away. Surprised, by this behaviour some of the ministers present there asked for an explanation, to which hanuman ji replied that everything and anything which doesn’t have lord Rama in it is of no good to him. On hearing this, he was asked if he had lord Rama within him and then to prove his devotion he tore open his chest with his nails and showed everyone the image of Lord Rama accompanied by Sita in his heart.

It was then that Lord blessed him an eternal life and declared that his worship shall never be fully accomplished without the remembrance of Hanumantha.

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