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The above image is not of Hanumanji but of Angada, the son of Vali and has been taken from Episode 57 of Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayan TV series and the incident has been sourced from the Śrīrāma Pāñcālī by Krittbas Ojha (Bengali Ramayana). Shri Rama sends Angada as an ambassador for peace to Ravana’s court just before the war. Angada sees Ravana sitting on a ...


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Partial answer here from official TTD website. Some excerpts from the evidences he has put forth to media- In the Valmiki Ramayana, from Sundarakanda episode in the Shlolas from 81-83 of 35th Sarga, it was clearly mentioned that since Hanuman was born to Anjana on these sacred mountains after a penance, He attained the name Anjaneya while the Hillock got ...


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Lord Hanuman is a very humble devotee of Lord Rama. He can surpass any weapon of material potency. The Ramayana in the verses folllowed by this particular verse quoted here (O.P. ) explain this itself in Sril Valmiki variant of the Book. But, here Sri Ramacharitmanas precisely clears that since He was on a duty of Lord Rama He could have easily neutralized ...


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