Hanuman Chalisa by Ms Subbulakshmi

Hanuman Chalisa is a fantastic drug for all types of people in day to day life. The Hanuman Chalisa was originally written by great Indian Saint Tulsi Das. According to Tulsi Das a person irrespective of caste, creed and religion should sung this chalisa for 40 days will be the receiver of Lord Hanuman’s style. Hanuman Chalisa is sung by various popular artists of recent times like Amitabh Bachchan, Gulshan Kumar and MS Subbulakshmi etc. Among all of them the most popular singer of Hanuman chalisa is Gulshan Kumar.

Hanuman Chalisa by Ms Subbulakshmi:

Hanuman Chalisa is such a popular bhajan that is translated in many languages including English, Hindi and Telugu. The length of hanuman chalisa is 09:55 minutes.

Hanuman Chalisa is sung by MS Subbulakshmi. She was the famous vocalist and also the first singer to receive Bharat Ratna Award. The Hanuman Chalisa sung by MS is very popular in India after Gulshan Kumar. You can download Hanuman Chalisa by MS Subbulakshmi in MP3 version.

M. S. Ramarao is an Indian singer and composer. He was popular for his devotional songs especially Sundarakandamu in Telugu. He became popular for his Telugu Version of Hanuman Chalisa. MS Subbulakshmi also translated Sundara Kanda (one part of the classic Ramayana) in Telugu. MS Subbulakshmi gained reputation for singing the devotional songs and was awarded the ‘Sundara Dasu’ in 1977.

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