Hanuman Jayanti 2023 Date Shubh Muhurat, Puja Timing, About Festival

Hanuman Jayanti is another great Indian festival that is celebrated in different corners of India. This festival is celebrated on a full-moon day. This is the 30th Day of Shukla Paksha of the Chaitra month. It is celebrated during March and April month. In 2023, Hanuman Jayanti will be celebrated on the 6th April. It will be on Saturday.

Puja Timings of Hanuman Jayanti

The Purnima Tithi Begins 09:19 AM on Apr 05, 2023 and Ends at 10:04 AM on Apr 06, 2023. You have to complete the puja within this time. Any unique done during this period will be good because it is Shubh muhurat. Please make all puja preparations by this time. This will help you to complete puja peacefully.

You have to maintain the Purnima tithi. It is better to end the puja within this Purnima tithi. You can choose any time between that tithi for puja. Hanuman Jayanti is always celebrated on a full-moon night. It is an auspicious time for the puja. The puja is celebrated in different Indian states.

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About Hanuman Jayanti festival

You must be eager to know about the significance and history behind this festival. This day is marked as the birthday of Hanuman. Lord Hanuman is the messenger of power, courage, and sense-control. It is believed that Lord Hanuman can grant extraordinary authority to a “sadhak”. The saffron flag we see in and around his temple is a sign to protect against evils. It is a special significance found in every Hanuman temple. He had the boon of immortality. It is till now thought by many people that Lord Hanuman still exists. He is the protector of the universe.

When Ravana abducted Maa Sita it was Lord Hanuman through his intellect and power tried to locate her. He made a bridge with his army to reach Lanka to get Maa Sita. During the Treta Yug, there was a Monkey who was named Kesari. His wife was Anjana. They used to live in Sumeru Parvat. It is known that Lord Hanuman was born at Mata Anjana’s place. Anjana was an angel, but due to the curse of Lord Vishwamitra, he took birth on the earth. He also gave birth to Anjana that she would give birth to a monkey child. Mata Anjana also worshipped Lord Shiva to discharge her from this curse.

Lord Shiva was much pleased with her worship and gave her a boon. It is known that Lord Hanuman is an avatar of Lord Shiva. This day is a significant day, and people make every attempt to make this day a memorable one. They visit the Hanuman temple to offer prayers. They hold the sindoor from the foot of Lord Hanuman and keep it as a blessing. Most Indian northern states celebrate this day. They keep special prayers and puja for this day.

Most people chant the Hanuman Chalisa mantra to make this day much memorable and pleasing. It is great to learn the Hanuman Chalisa shloka.