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Hanuman. By Caroline Morway. Great monkey hero Maruti Son of Vayu (wind god) Fly and morph. Attributes. Assists Rama in his battle with Ravana to rescue Sita , who had been kidnapped by Ravana Heals Lakshman Symbolizes worship of Supreme Lord. Attributes.

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hanuman

Hanuman

By Caroline Morway

attributes

Great monkey hero

  • Maruti
  • Son of Vayu (wind god)
  • Fly and morph
Attributes
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Assists Rama in his battle with Ravana to rescue Sita, who had been kidnapped by Ravana

  • Heals Lakshman
  • Symbolizes worship of Supreme Lord
Attributes
characteristics

Symbol of strength and devotion

  • H = Humility and hopefulness (optimism)
  • A = Admiration (truthfulness, devotion)
  • N = Nobility (sincerity, loyalty, modesty)
  • U = Understanding (knowledge)
  • M = Mastery over ego (kindness, compassion)
  • A = Achievements (strength)
  • N = Nishkama-karma (selfless work in service of God)
Characteristics
sources

http://www.koausa.org/Gods/God5.html

  • http://www.pbs.org/thestoryofindia/gallery/photos/14.html#krishna_and_radha
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