Bhima meeting Hanuman is mentioned in Mahabharata. The encounter and conversation is explained in detail in 6 chapters namely Chapter 145 to chapter 150 in Vana Parva.
Pandavas along with Draupadi reach Gandhamadhana mountain. Bhima's son Ghatotkacha and other rakshasas carry them there.
When they were resting, a beautiful 1000 petalled flower falls ...
The answer to this question can be given in a single poem(sloka):
Buddhir Balam Yasho Dhairyam
Ajaadyam Vak Patutvam Cha
Hanumat Smaranat Bhavet
By remembering(smarana) Hanuman one is blessed with:
Intelligence(Buddhi):He was a scholar par excellence.He knew all the nine vyakaranas.(grammatical works in sanskrit)
According to Ramayana, the Gods are immortals, and hence, we cannot presume that Indra's life span is around 500 years.
एतद्धि किल देवानाम् वयो भवति नित्यदा | यथा इमे पुरुष व्याघ्रा
दृश्यन्ते प्रिय दर्शनाः || ३-५-१८
"The age factor of gods remains constant at the age that appears for
these nice-looking Tigerly-men, so they say... for gods are ...
When is their last meeting? [as per Valmiki Ramayana]
Lord Rama and Hanumana met on the day when Lord Rama departed from the earth (i.e. last day of his incarnation):
Having thus addressed the king of Rakshasas always obeying Raghava s command, Kakuthstha said to Hanuman "It is settled that thou shalt live forever, do thou, now observe thy promise. As ...
Bharata was Rama's servant. He wouldnt leave Ayodhya unprotected till Rama asked him to.
By the time he gathered army and went to Lanka, battle would be over.
Taking help from Ayodhya means Rama's oath would be broken as he would be using Ayodhya for his benefit.
I didnot find the part of Bharata and Hanuman meet in Valmiki Ramanaya. Which version of ...
It's mentioned in Shiva Purana: Śatarudra-saṃhitā: Chapter 20 - The Incarnation of Hanūmat and his story:
Indeed he [Hanuman] was the Incarnation of Śiva the lord and uplifter of devotees. He was the life-saviour of Lakṣmaṇa and the destroyer of the arrogance of all Daityas.
Hanuman Chalisa also mentions Hanumanji as son of Anjani, Keshari and son/...
The following analysis on Sri Hanuman was made based on Ramayana by Sage Valmiki. Folk stories or narrations from Puranas were not taken into account.
Sri Hanuman was described to be the son of Vayu, but not the incarnation of Shiva.
Sri Hanuman was described as the follower of dakshinAchAra - Vedic way of life. No one else was described in Ramayana so.
The story of Arjuna's chariot moving backwards by two steps when Karna's arrows hit and Sri Krishna applauding him, does not find place in Mahabharata.
However, the following incidents did take place, which can be credited to Karna's valour.
1. Karna's arrow misses Arjuna's head due to Sri Krishna's intervention.
The Suta's son then fixed on his bow-...
The Kastbhanjan Temple of Lord Hanuman in Sarangpur, Gujarat is a unique shrine as it houses the idol of Lord Shani at his feet. What is more surprising is that Lord Shani is depicted in a female form here in this temple. There’s an interesting story behind such depiction of the two gods here.
Legend has it that once Lord Shani was being too testing for his ...