New Delhi: Lord Hanuman, popularly known as Bajrangbali, is the son of Maa Anjana and Kesari. Here are some of the interesting facts about our beloved Bajranbali, who has a day - Tuesday – dedicated to him.
Lord Hanuman, known as Mahavira was Lord Shiva's incarnation.
The 'Pawan Putra', described as a greatest devotee of Lord Rama, once applied sindoor all over his body for his master's (Rama's) long life.
In Sanskrit, the name Hanuman means disfigured jaw.
Mahavira, a brahmachari had a son Makar Dhwaja, who was born to a powerful fish.
Lord Hanuman is also believed to have created his own version of Ramayana.
Son of King Pandu and Kunti, Bheema was a brother of Bajrangbali.
The ardent devotee of Lord Rama, once rejected a gift (pearl necklace) offered by his master's wife Sita. He refused to accept it as it didn't had Rama's name.
The son of the wind-god Vayu is called by 108 names.
Lord Rama issued death sentence for his greatest devotee and used 'Brahmastra' against Lord Hanuman, but it didn't harm him.