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O Hanumān, Who is the monkey God! Have pity (on me). Victory to you, O Hanumān, Who is the son of the wind-god Pavana! You are patient in battle, You bear the onus of Dharma, and You are the unsurpassed great warrior.[1—2]
Wherever (and whenever) there is a favor of Rāma (to be accomplished), You are always seen. You always stay in front of Rāma at the court of the brave progeny of Raghu.[3—4]
O Lord! Reveal yourself to Haridāsa. You are the sustainer of the my prāṇa (energy to perform all actions).
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