हनुमत्ध्यानं ।।

नमस्ते देवदेवेश नमस्ते राक्षसान्तक।

नमस्ते वानराधीश नमस्ते वायुनन्दन।।

नमस्त्रिमूर्तिवपुषे वेदवेद्याय ते नमः।

रेवानदी विहाराय सहस्रभुजधारिणे।।

सहस्रवनितालोल कपिरूपाय ते नमः।

दशाननवधार्थाय पञ्चाननधराय च।।

सुवर्चलाकलत्राय तस्मै हनुमते नमः।

कर्कटीवधवेलायां षडाननधराय च।।

सर्वलोकहितार्थाय वायुपुत्राय ते नमः।

रामाङ्कमुद्राधराय ब्रह्मलोकनिवासिने।।

विंशद्भुजसमेताय तस्मै रुद्रात्मने नमः।

सर्वस्वतन्त्रदेवाय नानायुधधराय च।।

दिव्यमङ्गलरूपाय हनूमद्ब्रह्मणे नमः।

दुर्दण्डिबन्धमोक्षाय कालनेमिहराय च।।

मैरावणविनाशाय वज्रदेहाय ते नमः।

सर्वलोकप्रपूर्णाय भक्तानां हृन्निवासिने।।

आर्तानां रक्षणार्थाय वेदवेद्याय ते नमः।

सर्वमन्त्रस्वरूपाय सृष्टिस्थित्यन्तहेतवे।।

नानावर्णधरायास्तु पापनाशय ते नमः।

गङ्गातीरे विप्रमुख कपिलानुग्रहेच्छया।।

चतुर्भुजावताराय भविष्यद्ब्रह्मणे नमः।

कौपीनकटिसूत्राय दिव्ययज्ञोपवीतिने।।

पीताम्बरधरायास्तु कालरूपाय ते नमः।

यज्ञकर्त्रे यज्ञभोक्त्रे नानाविद्याविहारिणे।।

त्रिमूर्तितेजोवपुषे दिव्यरूपाय ते नमः।

कदलीफलहस्ताय हेमरम्भाविहारिणे।।

भक्तध्यानावसन्ताय सर्वभूतात्मने नमः।

वल्लरीधार्ययुक्ताय सहस्राश्वरथाय च।।

गुण्डक्रियागीतगानचतुराय नमो नमः।

पञ्चाशद्वर्णरूपाय सूक्ष्मरूपाय विष्णवे।।

नरवानरवेषाय बहुरूपाय ते नमः।

लङ्किणीवशवेलायामष्टादशभुजात्मने।।

ध्वजदत्तप्रपन्नाय अग्निगर्भाय ते नमः।

उष्ट्रारोहविराराय पार्वतीनन्दनाय च।।

वज्रप्रहारचिह्नाय तस्मै सर्वात्मने नमः।

पम्पातीरविहाराय केसरीनन्दनाय च।

तप्तकाञ्चनवर्णाय वीररूपाय ते नमः।।

शक्तिं पाशं च कुन्तं परशुमपि हलं तोमरं खेटकं च

शङ्खं चक्रं त्रिशूलं मुसलमपि गदां पट्टसं मुद्गरं च।

गाण्डीवं चारुपद्मं द्विनवभुजवरे खड्गमप्याददानं

वन्देऽहं वायुसूनुं सुररिपुमथनं भक्तरक्षाधुरीणम्।।

।। इति श्रीहनुमत्ध्यानं समाप्तम् ।।

ॐ हं हनुमते रुद्रात्मकाय हुं फट्



O Lord of the gods and goddesses, O destroyer of demons, I salute you.

O lord of monkeys I offer my obeisances to you O delight of the wind

Obeisance to the three-image body, the altar of the Vedas.

O thousand-armed one who enjoys the river Revana

O thousand-woman-rolling monkey-like, I offer my obeisances to you.

He was the one who killed the ten-faced and the five-faced.

O Hanuman, you are the wife of Suvarchala.

and to the six-faced one at the time of the killing of the cancer.

O son of the wind, for the welfare of all the worlds, I offer my obeisances to you.

O bearer of the seal of Rama’s lap and inhabitant of the world of Brahma

Obeisance to that Rudra-atma with twenty arms.

O god of all independence and bearer of various weapons

O Hanuman Brahma, the form of divine auspiciousness.

For the liberation from the bondage of the unpunished and for the destruction of the wheel of time.

O thunderbolt-bearing destroyer of Mairavana, I offer my obeisances to you.

Pervading all the worlds and dwelling in the hearts of devotees

O altar of the Vedas, for the protection of the afflicted, I offer my obeisances to you.

O form of all mantras, the cause of creation, existence and end.

O destroyer of sins, bearing various colours, I offer my obeisances to you.

O chief of the brahmins on the bank of the Ganges desiring the mercy of Kapila

O four-armed incarnation of the future Brahman.

O cape, waistcoat, thread, divine sacrificial veil.

O form of time wearing yellow robes I offer my obeisances to you

O performer of sacrifices, enjoyer of sacrifices, enjoyer of various knowledges.

O divine form, embodied in the splendor of the three forms, I offer my obeisances unto Thee.

O banana-fruit-bearing golden-bearing destroyer.

O spring of devotional meditation, O Soul of all beings.

and a thousand horse chariots equipped with vallaris.

Obeisance to the clever in the song and singing of the thugs.

O Visnu in the form of fifty colours, O subtle form.

O multifaceted one dressed as a man and a monkey, I offer my obeisances to you.

O eighteen-armed soul at the time of Lankini’s control

O fire-womb, surrendered to the flag-giver, I offer my obeisances to you.

O camel-riding Virara and the delight of Parvati.

Obeisance to that all-pervading Soul who is marked by the thunderbolt.

For a walk on the banks of the Pampa and for the delight of the saffron.

O heroic form of burning golden complexion I offer my obeisances to you

Shakti, the rope, the scythe, the axe, the plow, the spear, and the scythe

A conch, a wheel, a trident, a spear, a club, a club and a hammer.

He gave him a sword with a beautiful lotus in his hand and a sword in his nine arms

I salute the son of the wind who crushes the enemies of the gods and who is the axis of protection of his devotees.

।। This is the complete meditation on Sri Hanuman.

OM HUM HANUMANTE RUDRATMAKAYA HUM PHAT

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