Is the Hanuman photo real?

Is the Hanuman photo real?

it is an artistic image of hanuman ji ! i have seen this image at many places being worshipped! its not a real photo. , Musician- Guitarist, vocalist, music producer, sound engineer.

Who took photo of real Hanuman?

The image was born three years back, when Karan Acharya, a graphic artist from Kudlu village in Kerala’s Kasaragod district, came up with a vector graphic for Ganesh Chaturthi.

Is hanumanji alive?

One of the most popular Gods in Hinduism – Lord Hanuman – is worshipped by millions of devotees. Tales of his courage, bravery, strength, innocence, compassion and selflessness have been passed down to generations. And it is believed that Lord Hanuman is still alive. Hanuman is Chiranjeevi – meaning immortal.

Where is Hanuman ji living now?

Centuries after the events of the Ramayana, and during the events of the Mahabharata, Hanuman is now a nearly forgotten demigod living his life in a forest. After some time, his spiritual brother through the god Vayu, Bhima, passes through looking for flowers for his wife.

Who drew angry Hanuman?

Karan Acharya
When Karan Acharya, the 25-year-old graphic designer from Kerala’s Kumbla village, created the ‘Angry Hanuman’ poster, he didn’t expect it to become a rage across India.

Is Ravana alive?

So the Sri Lankan government and its people still consider Ravana as being present on earth. It is said that in the dense forests of Sri Lanka’s Ragla, the body of Ravana is preserved as Mummy, which is guarded by fierce snakes and hard animals. It is said that Ravan’s mummy is present in this cave.

When did Hanuman get angry?

Dewan, who has written three books on Hanuman and has just completed a 450-page definitive biography of Hanumanji using Valmiki, Kamb and Tulsi, regional Ramayans and other scriptures, says, ”Râvan’s spy Shuk said, ‘When Hanuman gets angry he can wipe out entire oceans.

What is the secret mantra for Hanuman?

They had offered Him their service forever and said they find a connection with Him. Touched by the generous words of the dwellers, Hanuman had said, “I am pleased with your service and dedication towards me” and had given them a secret mantra. His words were, “Whenever you want to see me, just chant this Mantra.

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