Significance of Hanuman Mantra:
Hanuman is one of the most worshipped Gods in Hindu Religion. He is known by many names such as Mahaveer, Anjali Putra, Pavanputra, Anjaneya, Maruti, Bajarangabali etc. Hanuman, the son of Vayu is believed to be an incarnation of Lord Shiva.
He was a devout worshipper of Shri Rama and played a major role in the war against Ravana. Devotees worship Hanuman for his strength, devotion, agility, dedication and valor. Hanuman Mantra is very helpful in eliminating fear, phobias, negative energies, Shani dosha and Mangal dosha. Hanuman Mantra or Hanuman Chalisa is basically a devotional poem which was written by Tulsidas.
On every Tuesday and Saturday many Hindus recite sacred Hanuman Mantra. It is believed that reciting this mantra will put an end to all of their problems. Many miraculous events and eyewitnesses of such miracles have played a crucial part in making this belief system more popular among devotees, especially in Northern India.
Those who worship Lord Hanuman are full of confidence and fear nothing at all because they know that the mighty Lord is always with them. There are many Bajarangabali temples in India where you can worship Lord Hanuman.
Some rules to follow while reciting Hanuman mantras :
There are certain rules which you should follow before reciting divine Hanuman Mantra. First of all smear the idol of Hanuman with a paste of sesame seed oil and vermilion. You can offer to the Lord laddus, jaggery and coconut in the morning. At noon it is best to offer chapatti, ghee and jaggery. Offer fruits like guavas, mangoes and bananas at night.
Large varieties of yellow and red flowers like marigold, lotus and sunflower should be offered. Use water from a well to take a bath and try to maintain celibacy during worship. You should light a ghee lamp with single wick or five wicks. In the place of your worship put a picture of Lord Ram and Sita and chant the mantra clearly with pure devotion.