First let me recount the story of Ashwatthama's curse, which is told in the Sauptika Parva of the Mahabharata. After the Mahabharata war, Ashwattama, in order to avenge the death of Duryodhana at the hands of the Pandavas, and presumably also to avenge the death of his father Drona, went into to the camp of the Pandavas at night to kill them. But the ...
As mentioned here
Chiranjivins (Sanskrit nominative sing. ciranjivi, चिरंजीवी):
The word is a combination of "chiram" (long) and jivi (lived).
Aswathama Balir Vyaso Hanumanash cha Vibhishana Krupacharya cha Parashuramam Saptatah Chirjeevanam
Which means that Aswathama, King Mahabali, Veda Vyasa, Hanuman Ji,
Vibhishana , ...
Chiranjivi's still exist in kali-Yuga? (Partial Answer).
Shreemad Bhagavata purana mentions one Saptarshi Lord Parashurama who is Avesha Avatara of Lord Vishnu still residing on Mahendra Parvat.
However, unlike all other avatars, Parashurama still lives on earth, even today.
जमदग्न्योsपि भगवान राम: कमललोचन:।
आगामिन्यन्तरे राजन वर्तायिष्यति वै बृहत ॥...
Yes, Lord Ganesha is a form of the Eternal Brahman. Therefore He is eternal. The stories relating to the birth of Lord Ganesha are also of a deep spiritual significance. Here is what Veda and some saints have said about Lord Ganesha.
Symbolic meaning of Lord Ganesha
Lord Ganesha is a form of the eternal Brahman. The form and stories of ...
Since your question is more focused on Lord Hanuman let me mention about him first - Shrimad Bhagvat Puran Canto 5 Chapter 19 states that he lives in the Kimpurush Varsha listening to Ramayan being sung by the denizens of the place and himself joining them in
किंपुरुषे वर्षे भगवन्तमादिपुरुषं
लक्ष्मणाग्रजं सीताभिरामं रामं तच्चरणसंनिकर्षाभिरतः...
He is one of the seven immortals or Chiranjivi, of Hinduism. The Kalki Purana writes that he will re emerge at end time to be the martial guru of Kalki. He will then instruct the final avatar to undertake penance to receive celestial weaponry, required to save mankind at end time.
There are many stories about immortal people in Hindu Epics
Ashwathama, King Mahabali, Vyasa, Hanuman, Vibhishana, Kripacharya, and Parashurama are the seven death-defying or immortal personalities. They are also called Chiranjivis.
The extant Puranas, the Ramayana, and the Mahabharata describe seven long-lived personalities in the Hindu pantheon. While ...
Eight immortals still exist in this Kaliyuga and would be playing important roles in coming future.
Ashwatthama and Krishńa Dwaipáyana
Krishńa Dwaipáyana still holds the title of Vyasa and Ashwatthama will be holding the title of Vayasa in 29th Dwapara Yuga:
In the next Dwápara, Drauńi (the son of Drońa) will be the Vyása, when my son, the Muni Krishńa ...
In a Kannada version of Mahabaratha written by Kumara Vyasa, the author claimed that he wrote Mahabaratha by listening to Sage Aswatthama.
It was said in order to escape from the curse of Lord Krishna,
Aswatthama approached his Parama Guru (guru's guru) Lord Parasurama,
who was also an avatar of Lord Vishnu. Lord Parasurama felt pity at
Those who are born are certain to die. Only beginningless doesn't have end for the obvious reasons.
BG 2.27 - Those who have a birth, it's certain [for them] to die, Hence you don't have to grieve about inevitable
Ashwathama, shri Hanuman & all others are born with certain attributes. Though they are Chiranjivi(long lived), they are not immortal from ...
For 3,000 years thou shalt wander over this earth, without a companion and without being able to talk with anyone. Alone and without anybody by thy side, thou shalt wander through diverse countries, O wretch, thou shalt have no place in the midst of men. The stench of pus and blood shall emanate from thee, and ...