Pavan Tanay Sankat Haran Mangal Murati Aarti Lyrics 2024

Pavan Tanay Sankat Haran Mangal Murati Aarti Lyrics:-

The phrase “Pavan Tanay Sankat Haran Mangal Murati” is the beginning of the Hanuman Chalisa, a devotional hymn dedicated to Lord Hanuman. The Hanuman Chalisa is composed by the 16th-century Indian poet and saint Tulsidas. It is a 40-verse prayer that extols the virtues and qualities of Lord Hanuman, who is a central figure in Hindu mythology and is revered for his strength, devotion, and selfless service to Lord Rama.

The first introductory lines, “Pavan Tanay Sankat Haran Mangal Murati,” can be translated as follows:

  • “Pavan Tanay”: Son of the Wind (referring to Hanuman, who is also known as Pavan Putra or Anjaneya, being born to the wind god, Vayu).
  • “Sankat Haran”: Dispeller of Troubles (Hanuman is believed to remove obstacles and difficulties from the lives of his devotees).
  • “Mangal Murati”: Auspicious and Virtuous Form (Hanuman is considered to be a symbol of goodness and virtue).

These opening lines set the tone for the entire Hanuman Chalisa, expressing reverence and seeking the blessings of Lord Hanuman for the removal of obstacles and the attainment of auspiciousness. The Hanuman Chalisa is recited by millions of devotees around the world as a form of worship and devotion to Lord Hanuman.

Pavan Tanay Sankat Haran Mangal Murati Aarti Lyrics

Pavan Tanay Sankat Haran Mangal Murati Aarti Lyrics
Pavan Tanay Sankat Haran Mangal Murati Aarti Lyrics
Pavan Tanay Sankat Haran Mangal Murati Roop:
  • O Son of the Wind, the remover of obstacles, the embodiment of auspiciousness.

Ram Lakhan Sita Sahit Hriday Basahu Sur Bhoop:

  • Reside in the heart along with Ram, Lakshman, and Sita, O King of the Gods.

Bajrang Bali, Hanuman, Hai Maha Prabhu:

  • O Hanuman, the mighty one, you are the great Lord.

Sankat Haran, Mangal Karan, Shri Guru Charan Saroj Raj Nij Man Mukura Sudhaar:

  • You dispel troubles and bring auspiciousness; I beautify my mind with the dust of your Guru’s lotus feet.

Baranau Raghuvar Bimal Jasu Jo Daayak Phal Chaar:

  • I bow to you, who bestows the four fruits of life, and who shines with the untarnished glory of Lord Rama.

Budhiheen Tanu Janike, Sumirau Pavan Kumar:

  • Knowing myself to be ignorant, I meditate on the Son of the Wind, Hanuman.

Bal Budhi Vidya Dehu Mohi Harahu Kalesh Vikaar:

  • Grant me strength, intelligence, and wisdom; remove my sorrows and defects.

Jai Hanuman Gyan Gun Sagar:

  • Victory to Hanuman, the ocean of knowledge and virtues.

Jai Kapis Tihun Lok Ujaagar:

  • Victory to the Monkey God who illuminates the three worlds.

Ram Doot Atulit Bal Dhamaa:

  • The messenger of Ram, possessing immeasurable strength.

Anjani Putra Pavan Sut Namaa:

  • The son of Anjana, known as the Son of the Wind.

Mahaveer Vikram Bajrangi:

  • The great hero, powerful and fearless.

Kumati Nivaar Sumati Ke Sangi:

  • Dispeller of ignorance, the companion of good intellect.

Kanchan Varan Viraj Subesa:

  • Shining in golden color, adorned with beautiful attire.

Kaanan Kundal Kunchit Kesha:

  • Wearing ear rings and having curly hair.

Haath Vajra Aur Dhvaja Biraje:

  • Carrying the thunderbolt and flag in hand.

Kandhe Moonj Janeu Saaje:

  • Wearing the sacred thread and carrying the mace on the shoulder.

Shankar Suvan Kesari Nandan:

  • Son of Kesari and the beloved devotee of Lord Shiva.

Tej Pratap Maha Jag Vandan:

  • Radiant with splendor, worshipped in the whole world.

Vidyavaan Guni Ati Chaatur:

  • Knowledgeable, virtuous, and extremely clever.

Ram Kaaj Karibe Ko Aatur:

  • Eager to carry out the tasks of Lord Rama.

Prabhu Charittra Sunibe Ko Rasiya:

  • Enthusiastic listener of the stories of Lord Rama.

Ram Lakhan Sita Man Basiya:

  • Lord Rama, Lakshman, and Sita reside in your heart.

Sukshma Roop Dhari Siyahin Dikhavaa:

  • Assuming a subtle form, you appeared as a dark-skinned figure.

Vikat Roop Dhari Laank Jaravaa:

  • Displaying a gigantic form, you burnt Lanka.

Bhima Roop Dhari Asur Sanhaare:

  • Taking a formidable form, you annihilated the demons.

Ramachandra Ke Kaaj Sanvaare:

  • Fulfilling the tasks assigned by Lord Rama.

Lakshmana Murchhit Pade Sakhaare:

  • Reviving Lakshman by bringing the life-saving herb.

Aur Manorath Jo Koi Laave:

  • Fulfilling the desires of anyone who comes.

Soi Amit Jivan Phal Paave:

  • Such a person attains the fruit of immortality.

Charo Yug Partaap Tumhaaraa:

  • Your glory is known in all four ages.

Hai Parasidh Jagat Ujiyaaraa:

  • Your fame illuminates the entire world.

Saadhu Sant Ke Tum Rakhwaare:

  • You are the protector of saints and devotees.

Asura Nikandan Ram Dulaare:

  • The destroyer of demons, beloved of Lord Rama.

Ashta Siddhi Nau Nidhi Ke Daataa:

  • The giver of the eight divine powers and nine treasures.

Ridhi Sidhi Ke Daataa Tum:

  • Bestower of success and prosperity.

Deen Jaan Ke Maat Rakhao Laaj:

  • Protect the humble and destroy the pride of the wicked.

Aapan Tej Samhaaro Aapai:

  • You can control your radiance.

Teenon Lok Haank Te Kaapai:

  • Shaking all three worlds with your might.

Bhoot Pisaach Nikat Nahi Aavai:

  • Ghosts and demons do not come near.

Mahavir Jab Naam Sunave:

  • When the name of the great hero is heard.

Naasai Rog Hare Sab Peera:

  • All diseases and pains are eradicated.

Jai Jai Jai Hanuman Gusai:

  • Victory, victory, victory to Lord Hanuman, the dispeller of all sorrows.

Kripa Karahu Gurudev Ki Nahiin:

  • Shower your grace, O Guru.

Sava Paath Karahu Kalesh Vikaar:

  • All my problems and defects will be removed by your grace.

Jai Hanuman Gyan Gun Sagar:

  • Victory to Hanuman, the ocean of knowledge and virtues.

Jai Kapis Tihun Lok Ujaagar:

  • Victory to the Monkey God who illuminates the three worlds.


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This Aarti is a powerful and melodious expression of devotion to Lord Hanuman, praising his virtues and seeking his blessings.

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