10 Interesting Facts About Lord Hanuman That You Definitely Did Not Know #5

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After Lord Ram became the King, once, when the court was adjourned, Narada – known for creating disharmony between Ram and Hanuman – asked Hanuman to greet all the sages except Vishwamitra, since he was a King once. Hanuman did so, but it did not affect Vishwamitra.

Narada went on and instigated Vishwamitra, which angered him so much that he went to Ram and asked him to punish Hanuman to death. Vishmamitra being his guru, Ram could not ignore his command and punished Hanuman to death by arrows. The next day in the field, the statement was to be executed, but all arrows failed to do any harm to Hanuman as he kept chanting Ram!Since Ram had to abide by his Guru’s word, he decided to use the Brahmastra. To the surprise of all, Hanuman’s chants of Ram even failed the most powerful Brahmastra! Seeing this, Narada went to Vishwamitra and confessed his mistake, stopping the ordeal!

Jai Shree Ram🙏🏻🙏🏻

Published by Anita Vij

A caring mother of 2. A loving wife. An aspiring individual who wishes to share her life-long learnings with the rest of the world.

5 thoughts on “10 Interesting Facts About Lord Hanuman That You Definitely Did Not Know #5

  1. Haha it’s kind of funny that Narada told Lord Hanuman not to greet “Vishwamitra”, but Vishwamitra was unaffected by Hanuman not greeting him to the point where it made Narada “troll” Vishwamitra to get him angry about the situation 🤣🤣.

    It brings to mind the old saying “sometimes if you want the job done right, you have to do it yourself” lol. Overall this was a very interesting detail about Lord Hanuman

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      1. Haha yes absolutely 💙⭐, you hit the nail on the head. These are actually stories about very important events that supposedly happend in ancient Inida, and many of them do present valuable lesssons 👍💯

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