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Why reciting the Hanuman Chalisa is beneficial?

We always chant Hanuman Chalisa in our daily prayers. It holds an utmost significance in Hindu Religion. Composed by a legendary poet Goswami Tulsidas, it contains forty poetic verses and every single verse has a unique significance. It is said that chanting Hanuman Chalisa brings you divine blessings of Lord Hanuman and make you to get rid from all the negativity and sufferings of your life. It is also recited on Saturday to get the blessings of Shani Dev as he is a great devotee of Hanuman. Anyone who has problem related to Shani Dev or suffering from “Sade Sati” can also recite Hanuman Chalisa for the permanent solutions. One should regularly recite Hanuman Chalisa. The best preferred time to recite it, is the morning time. To get the best results, one must recite ‘Om’ 108 times after completion of reciting Hanuman Chalisa.

Below are the benefits of reciting the Hanuman Chalisa:

  • Reciting the Hanuman Chalisa in the morning will ensure that your day goes well, getting you and your family blessed. It will help you in feeling relaxed, forgetting about all your tensions and filling you with divine sense of joy.

  • It is believed that regular chanting the Hanuman Chalisa improves the concentration power, fills the heart with positivity and strength and heals ailments such as anxiety and depression.

  • It helps to beat off evil things and forces from your life. Children who are afraid at night should recite Hanuman Chalisa. The verses of the Hanuman Chalisa have the power to ward off the negative and evil energies surrounding human beings.

  • Lord Hanuman has saved the life of Shani Dev and then he said that he will never harm a true devotee of Lord Hanuman. Therefore, who are suffering from “Sade Sati” can recite the Hanuman Chalisa on Saturday in morning or at night before bed.


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  • This post is great! Thank you!!

    Dhawan

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