Pawanputra Hanuman is considered to be the supreme devotee of Lord Shri Ram. Ramayana cannot even be imagined without Hanuman, a devotee of Ram. It goes so far as to say that the world cannot run without Shri Ram and Ram ji cannot run without Hanuman. Today on the occasion of Ram Navami we are going to tell you Where did Ram devotee Hanuman meet his Lord.
Events started with the abduction of Mother Sita
This entire incident is mentioned in Maharishi Valmiki’s Ramayana. During the exile, when Ravana abducted Mother Sita from Panchvati (near Nashik in Maharashtra) and took her with him to the golden Lanka, Lord Shri Ram and his brother Lakshman started wandering in the forests in shock.
On the way Shri Ram saved the Kabandha demon
On this way Lord Shri Ram met the demon Kabandha, who had already heard about the Lord. Kabandha was a Gandharva who became a demon due to the curse of sage Durvasa. Shri Ram killed her and saved her from the demonic vagina. After this, Kabandha asked Shri Ram to befriend Sugriva.
Sugriva ran away from Bali
During this, Sugriva hid in a cave in Rishyamook mountain to save his life. It is believed that Hanuman ji’s mother Anjana and father Kesari lived here. Keeping in mind the words of Shabari and Kabandha, Rama and Lakshmana started towards Rishyamook mountain.
Bajrangbali arrived in front of Shri Ram in disguise
He asked very politely that for what purpose are you wandering here walking with soft feet on this harsh land. He praised both of them and said that your beautiful, soft parts are the ones who take away the mind and yet you are tolerating such harsh sun and wind. Are you Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh – any of these three gods or are you both Nar and Narayan?
Lord hugs Hanuman
He started saying, O Swami! It was my duty to ask what I asked. I saw you after years, that too in the dress of ascetic and my monkey mind… That’s why I could not recognize you, but you are antaryami. After this Hanuman ji came in his real form and Hanuman ji picked him up and hugged him.