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There is a prevalent story about the marital status of Sri Hanuman that He was married to Suvarchala, the daughter of the Sun. However, this story does not find place in Srimad Ramayana, which is an authoritative text on Ramayana.
However, the following slokas from Srimad Ramayana does give an indirect reference to his marital status.
The following slokas are from Sundara Kanda. Sri Hanuman, after scrutiny of all women of Ravana, thinks as follows:
पर दार अवरोधस्य प्रसुप्तस्य निरीक्षणम् || ५-११-३७ इदम् खलु मम अत्यर्थम् धर्म लोपम् करिष्यति |
"My seeing sleeping house of other people's wives will do a great deficit to dharma."
न हि मे पर दाराणाम् दृष्टिर् विषय वर्तिनी ||५-११-३८ अयम् च अत्र मया दृष्टः पर दार परिग्रहः |
"My sight is indeed not in the matter of other wives here. These other's wives have been seen by me."
Nowhere in Srimad Ramayana, the marital status of Sri Hanuman was described.
My doubt : Here Sri Hanuman was saying पर दाराणाम् - other's wives. If Sri Hanuman was a celibate, as per prevalent stories, he should have said WOMEN, but he said other's wives.
Can we conclude he was in fact a married person?