306 poems, viewed 1,033,784 times
He who has the refuge of Hanumān, has all his vows honored; this (fact) is (unchangeable) like a line drawn by the Vajra. Of nobody else, do the ballads sing of making the impossible possible, and the possible impossible. He is the abode of bliss, remembering his form liberates from (all) difficulties and worries.[1—2]
Tulasīdāsa says the look of compassion (kṛpādṛṣṭi) of Hanumān, Who is a monkey, is the source of all blessings, (because) he who has it gets the favor of Pārvatī, Śiva, Lakṣmaṇa, Rāma, and Sītā.
|Rate:||0.65 per day|
© Stutimandal 2008-06-07