On the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti which is on April 8, 2020, devotees read and listen to Hanuman Chalisa which is the principle prayer or bhajan chanted for glorifying Lord Hanuman. Usually, people read Hanuman Chalisa after taking bath as a morning ritual. Hanuman Chalisa was composed by legendary poet Tulsidas who was also an ardent devotee of Lord Rama. It has 40 poetic verses, hence the name ‘Chalisa.’ It is widely believed that Hanuman Chalisa has some sort of clandestine divinity associated with it. Anybody can recite the godly 40 verses, irrespective of the age and after a few recitals, it automatically registers itself in the memory. Also Read - Will Soon Find 'Sanjeevani' Against Coronavirus, Tweets Arvind Kejriwal; Wishes on Hanuman Jayanti

Lord Hanuman is one of the important and well-loved deities of Hindu mythology and people revere him and pray to him to bestow good fortune, ward off evils and give good prospects in life. For this belief, Lord Hanuman is also called as Sankatmochan and Mahaveer. Also Read - Hanuman Jayanti 2020: Best Wishes, Quotes, Images, Messages, Lord Hanuman Photos, Greetings, WhatsApp and Facebook Status To Wish Loved Ones

On Hanuman Jayanti, people recite the Hanuman Chalisa and the Bajrang Baan with the belief that it helps ward off evil and keeps you away from danger and peril. They also listen to Hanumanji bhajans and songs. Also Read - Hanuman Jayanti 2020: Significance, Date, Hanuman Puja, Shubh Muhurat, Read Hanuman Chalisa, How To Pray Lord Hanuman

Here’s the list of Bhajans on Hanuman Jayanti:

Hanuman Tumhara Kya Kehna

Ram Na Milenge Hanuman Ke Bina

Shri Ram Jaanki Baithe Hein Mere Seene Mein

Aasman Ko Chukar Dekha 

Hanuman Chalisa

Aarti Keeje Hanuman Lala Ki

Lord Hanuman is one of the most loved gods from Hindu mythology. Among the umpteen numbers of gods and goddesses that Hindus pray to, Lord Hanuman has always been revered. He is known as the foremost devotee of Lord Rama and actions, achievements and legend has always been appreciated by the Hindus. Lord Hanuman is an integral part of Valmiki Ramayana and holds a special place in the heart’s of the common man in India. Jai Hanuman!