Gain Benefits Of Hanuman Puja Through Sundarkand Path
There there are two most popular ways of hanuman puja, both of which have been trusted by millions of followers of the Maha Bajrangabali. One of them is the reading of the Hanuman Chalisa and the other is the reading of the Sunderkand Path.
Sundarkand is the compiled version of Ramayana in Awadhi – called SriRamCharitamarnaas – written by Indian bhakti poet Goswami Tulsidas (c. 1532–1623). This path describes the achievements of Hanuman and the victory he achieves in anything he undertakes.
The reading of Sundarkand Paath builds confidence in the mind of the reader. If one reads the Sundarkand Paath, he/she gains the blessings of Hanuman and Lord Shri Ram as well.
As the Heart of the Ramayan, Sunderkand Path tells us how Hanumanji overcame all difficulties to find Mata Sita and how he destroyed Lanka by burning it down to ashes. Sundrakand path is performed in the home for a variety of reasons, such as to overcome people who are negative, overcome opponents or enemies, or listen to Lord Shri Ram’s melodious kirtan.
Also, you can reduce the obstacles in your life and get the desired outcomes with Hanuman Yantra.
The Ramayan Sunderkand path begins with a ritual involving Ganesh and Gauri Kalash Puja. The rituals performed by the main pandit will be accompanied by a team of pandits playing the dholak, manjeera and other musical instruments, and chanting the praises of Lord Shri Ram and Bhakta Hanuman.
The fifth book of the Hindu epic Ramayana is known as Sundar Kand or Sundar Kaanda. It is composed by Valmiki, who is the first to write down the Ramayana in Sanskrit. Generally, Ramcharitmanas Sunderkand is recited preferably on Tuesdays or Saturdays.