Hanuman takes the leap to Lanka

Hanuman discovers his potential

Sampati was an old eagle. He lived alone on a rock on the southern seashore. One day, he noticed that the beach was crowded with monkeys. He asked the monkeys what had brought them to the seashore. Where were they from? Jambuvan, an elderly bear, spoke, “Rama, the prince of…
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When Hanuman wanted the sun

Hanuman was the son of Anjana and the Vanara hero, Kesari. He was born by the grace of Vayu the wind god and therefore he was also known as Vayu’s son. When Hanuman was but a child, Kesari was called away on duty by his chief Sugreeva. Anjana took care…
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Jumping monkeys

The monkey brigade helped Sri Rama to defeat Ravana at the gates of Lanka. After the battle, Rama returned to Ayodhya in triumph. The monkey brigade accompanied the victorious Rama. After his coronation as the King of Ayodhya, Rama hosted a feast for all the monkeys. Delicious food was served.…
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