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Hanuman (Anjaneya) Suprabhatam from Hanumat Stuti Manjari

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Śrīmadañjaneyasuprabhātam

I salute the messenger of Rāma, Whose complexion resembles stainless gold, Whose eyes are like blazing fire, Whose face is radiant like a (red) lotus, Who is always gracious, Whose body is made for (success in) battle, Whose ears are adorned by kuṇḍala, and Who is like a sword slaying the victory of enemy.[1]

O Hanumān, Who is the bumble-bee crazy for the lotus-feet of Śrīrāmacandra, Who is spontaneous in the chanting of Śrīrāma mantra, Who is like a ship for the metempsychosis ocean, Who is the embodiment for destruction of afflictions in the heart of Śrījānakī (Sītā), Who is valiant, and Who is patient! Good morning to You.[1]

O Hanumān, Who is keen on tasting the nectar of (stories of) divine exploits of Śrīrāma, Who is the dāsa of Śrīrāma, Who is the abode of qualities, Who is the friend of miserable ones, Who is a devotee of Śrīrāma, Whose valor is unique and unmatched in the world, Who is valiant, and Who is patient! Good morning to You.[2]

O Hanumān, Who is the friend of Sugrīva, Who is the best among monkeys, Who is the embodiment of virtues, Whose divine fame includes the meeting of Sugrīva and Rāma (the descendent of Raghu), Who is the best among ministers of Sugrīva, Who is foremost among the valiant warriors, Who is valiant, and Who is patient! Good morning to You.[3]

O Hanumān, Who is the destroyer of afflictions of devotees, Who is the abode of mercy, Who is worthy of praise from Yogī, Who is the dear Son of Śrī Kesarī, Whose body is golden, Who is like a bee inside the lotus-like mind of the son of Sun (that is, Śani), Who is valiant, and Who is patient! Good morning to You.[4]

O Hanumān, Who is the dear Son of Wind (Māruti), Who is embellished with great strength, Whose lotus-feet were served by Mount Maināka, Who emanicipated the watchwoman (Laṅkinī), Whose vehicle is a camel, Whose limbs are marked with auspicious symbols, Who is valiant, and Who is patient! Good morning to You.[5]

O Hanumān, Who is valiant, and Who is patient! Good morning to You, Who has a five-headed form, Who is reliquisher of the fear of metempsychosis, Who is supreme in serving the lotus-feet of Rāma, Who is best among the best, Who is the dear Son of Śrī Añjanā, and Whose form is beautiful.[6]

The celestial bards, yakṣa(apparitions), the snake-kings (nāga) and the kinnara, and the Āditya, the Viśvas, the Vasu, the Rudra and the sages are singing the row (or garland) of Your names. O Hanumān, Who is valiant, and Who is patient! Good morning to You.[7]

Filled with joy, Śrī Gautama, Cyavana, Tumburu, Nārada, Atri, Maitreya, Vyāsa, Janaka and other Maharṣi are singing Your divine glory. O Hanumān, Who is valiant, and Who is patient! Good morning to You.[8]

The row of bumble-bees is drinking the nectar from pollen (of flowers). And the roosters are cooing with large-hearted sounds. In temples there is deep cloud-like resounding announcement (music) of conch-shells. O Hanumān, Who is valiant, and Who is patient! Good morning to You.[9]

Having taken (water from) the virtuous and pure Lake Pampā with gold pots (kalaśa), the group of Maharṣi sit for the service of Your lotus-feet. O Hanumān, Who is valiant, and Who is patient! Good morning to You.[10]

O Hanumān, Who is the dear to the son of Sun (that is Śani), Who is the Lord, Whose form is pleasing to the mind, Who is born out of (or son of) Vāyu, Who is brave among monkeys, Whose eyes are yellow and beautiful, Who is the approacher of sañjīvanī, Who is the best among the devotees of Raghuvīra, Who is valiant, and Who is patient! Good morning to You.[11]

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Book: Hanumatstutimañjarī

Translator: Animesh Kumar

Submitter: Animesh Kumar

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