Hanuman Jayanti 2022 Date: The incarnation of Mahabali Hanuman, who ate the Sun as a fruit in childhood, was born on the full moon day of Shukla Paksha, that is, exactly six days after Ramnavami. The day of the troubleshooter who lifts the big mountains crosses the sea, who is doing the work of God himself, is near. This festival is celebrated all over the world by the devotees of Hanuman with great pomp. According to Hindu beliefs worshiping Bajrangbali on the day of Hanuman Jayanti, Hanuman Ji remove all obstacles and help us to get desired results.
Those who follow the path of Hanumanji do not get into any trouble. The worship of Lord Hanuman has special significance on Hanuman Jayanti. What are the rituals, and what is the importance of worshiping on the birth anniversary of the giver of eight siddhis and nine funds, let us know the auspicious time and other important facts related to Hanuman Jayanti.
Hanuman Jayanti 2022 Date and Muhurta
According to the Panchang, this year the full moon of Chaitra is starting on April 16 at 02.25 pm. The date will end at 12.24 midnight on 16 and 17 April. Since the sunrise of 16th April, Saturday is getting the full moon date, then Hanuman Jayanti being the Udayatithi will be celebrated on 16th April. Devotees of Hanuman Ji keep fast on this day and celebrate the birth anniversary of Hanuman Ji.
This time Hanuman Jayanti is in Ravi Yoga, Hasta, and Chitra Nakshatra. Hasta Nakshatra is till 08:40 am on 16th April, after that, Chitra Nakshatra will start. On this day, Ravi Yoga is starting at 05:55 am and will end at 08:40 am.
Significance of Hanuman Jayanti 2022
It is a religious belief that on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti, worshiping Bajrangbali by law gives desired results, but keep in mind that while worshiping Hanuman Ji, one must worship Ram Darbar. Because it is believed that the worship of Hanuman Ji remains incomplete without the worship of Ram.
Hanuman Ji’s birth story
There are many beliefs about the birth of Hanuman Ji in the scriptures. According to mythological belief, once in heaven, the king of heaven Indra was also present in a meeting organized by Durvasa. At that time, an Apsara named Punjikasthali tried to distract the attention of the deities present by interfering in the meeting without any purpose. Angered by this, sage Durvasa cursed Punjikasthali to become a monkey.
Hearing this, Punjikasthali started crying. Then sage Durvasa said that in your next life you will be married to the god of monkeys. Along with this, the son will also get a monkey. In the next birth, Mata Anjani was married to the monkey god Kesari, and then Hanuman Ji was born in Mata Anjani’s house.
According to another legend, King Dasharatha had performed a yajna to get a child. The wives of King Dasharatha became pregnant after consuming the have obtained from this Yagya. An eagle took some part of this have and flew away and dropped it at the place where mother Anjana was doing penance to get a son. Mother Anjani accepted and accepted the have. Mother Anjani became pregnant from this Habi, and Hanuman Ji was born from the womb.