Mahavir Hanuman is a Hindu god and an ardent devotee of Rama. A vanara, Bajrangbali participated in Rama’s war against the demon king Ravana. He is the son of anjana and kesari, and is also described as the son vayu, who according to several stories played a role in his birth. Hanuman other names are HANUMAT and PAVAN-SUTA.
Along with Rama, hanuman is worshipped that he is the most favored deity of wrestlers and grapplers. Tuesday is the scared day on which maximum Hindus worship hanuman and pray to him for strengths and prosperity.
As a child, believing the sun to be a ripe mango and want to eat it Bajrangbali thrashed Rahu and went to take the sun in his mouth. Rahu approached Indra, king of devas, complained that a child stopped him from taking on sun.
This enraged Indra, who responded by throwing the vajra at hanuman, which struck his jaw and He fell back down to the earth and became unconscious. A permanent mark was left on his chin that impact of vajra which explaining his name. Upset over the attack, His father figure vayu deva went into seclusion, withdrawing air along with him.
The devas revived hanuman and blessed him with multiple boons to appease vayu.
Brahma gave Bajrangbali a boon that would protect him from the irrevocable Brahma’s curse. Brahma said: “Nobody will be able to kill him with any weapon in war.” And he obtained the power of destroying fear in friends, to be able to change his form at will and to be able to going anywhere wherever he wished.
From Shiva he obtained the boons of longevity and ability to cross the ocean. Lord Shiva assured safety of hanuman with a band that would protect him for life. Indra blessed him that the vajra weapon will no longer be effective on him and his body body become stronger than vajra.
Varuna blessed Mahavir with a boon that he would always be protected from water. Agni blessed him with immunity to burning by fire. Suryadeva gave him two siddhis of yoga namely “laghima” and “garima”, to be able to attain the smallest or the biggest form.
Yama, the god of death blessed him healthy life and free from his weapon danda, thus death would not come to him. Vishwakarma blessed him that Mahavir would be protected from all his creations in the form of weapons. Vayu also blessed him with more speed than he himself had.
Hanuman became the greatest and the most faithful helper of Rama. He is regarded as a perfect symbol of selflessness and loyalty.