In order to understand the marital status of Sri Hanuma, we have to consider the following issues:
Ramayana written by Sage Valmiki is the authentic text on all characters that we find in Ramayana. The Puranas cannot be depended upon, as many of them contain fabricated stories.
Sri Hanuma appears from Kishkinda Kanda of Ramayana. It was not mentioned in the ...
Their is no evidence of a encounter with Dasharatha
The claim of Dasharatha defeating Ravana comes from this fictional book: History of the Earth
This is what Dasharatha tells people about Ravana in the actual ramayana :
Thus when he is said so by that sage Vishvamitra, then the king Dasharatha spoke to the sage, "I myself am not capable of standing ...
The antim samskara (funeral rites) of Ravana's body was performed by Vibishana.
After the death of Ravana in war with Rama. Rama asks Vibishana to perform funeral rites to Ravana's body
In the meanwhile, Rama spoke to Vibhishana as follows: "Let the
obsequies of your brother be performed and let these crews of women be
This question was answered by me long back.
I would like to supplement it with further thoughts.
A 6th century version of Ramayana was found in Kolkatta. In this version, Ramayana ends with Sri Rama's ascension to throne of Kosala Kingdom. There was no mention of Uttara Kanda in this version.
King Dasaratha thought of performing Aswamedha, to beget sons.
Is the Uttara Kanda of the Srimad Valmiki Ramayana interpolated?
No, it's authentic and not an interpolation.
The last chapter called the Uttara Kanda is considered an interpolation, added in later time?
The only people who consider it an interpolation are Western Indologists; no ancient Vedantin or Vedic scholar has ever questioned the authenticity of ...
A Partial answer.
In Vishnu Purana, it was mentioned that Naraka had a friend of exceeding prowess in the monkey named Dwivida, a great Asura. Balarama eliminates that asura Dwivida.
The great Asura, the foe of the friends of the gods, Naraka, had a
friend of exceeding prowess in the monkey named Dwivida, who was
animated by implacable hostility ...
Traditions differ from one kingdom/area to another.
Vanaras follow a tradition of marrying wife of dead brother. That was why Sugriva married Tara, after the death of Vali.
On reaching Kishkinda, in Pushpaka Vimana, Sita says as follows;
सुग्रीवप्रियभार्याभिस्ताराप्रमुखातो नृप || ६-१२३-२४ अन्येषां
वानरेन्द्राणां स्त्रीभिः परिवृता ह्यहम् | गन्तुमि...