A Metaphorical representation of various traits or characters

Sri Hanuman (Original)EastThis face removes all blemishes of sin and confers purity of mind.
NarasimhaSouthRemoves fear of enemies and confers victory. Narasimha is the Lion-Man
GarudaWestDrives away evil spells, black magic influences, negative spirits and removes all poisonous effects in one's body.
VarahaNorthWards off the troubles caused by bad influences of the planets and confers all prosperity
HayagrivaUpwards(Urdhva Mukha) face confers knowledge, victory, good wife and progeny.

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Sundara Kandam for Specific Problem 
You may recite the slokas as per your capacity and convenience without following any plan or conventions. The purpose is to recite the slokas and complete Sundara Kandam. You may mitigate your specific problems by reciting certain chapters. The details are found below. I am reproducing below what Lord Shiva told to Goddess Parvathy: Whoever reads or listens to this book on the Sundara Kanda Phala prapthi, would become a great devotee of Lord Rama and would lead a happy painless life.
  1. Salvation can be achieved by reading the first chapter daily for six months.
  2. Effect of attack of devils, ghosts, and spirits can be warded off by reading 3rd chapter.
  3. To get rid of dullness of brain, read 13th chapter
  4. To get rid of the sin of having affair with someone else's wife, read chapters 7-11.
  5. To get permanent wealth and happiness read chapter 15.
  6. To get rid of bad dreams read Chapter 27.
  7. To get good behavior read chapter 20-21.
  8. To rejoin with lost relatives read chapters 33-40.
  9. To get rid of impending danger read chapter 36.
  10. To get pardon from god for insult done to him, knowingly and unknowingly read chapter 38.
  11. Read chapters 42-47 to win over enemies
  12. To become just and charitable read chapter 51
  13. For improvement of assets like house, land, etc. read chapter 54.
  14. To get peace and happiness read Chapter 61
  15. To get perennial happiness and to attain God read chapter 67.
  16. To get what one wishes read chapter 41
  17. To realize God and to become one capable of sweet words read chapter 19.
At the end of the parayana you recite this sloka:

Yatra yatra Raghunatha KirtanamTatra
tatra kritha mastakanjalim
Bhaspavaan paripurna lochanam
Marutim namata rakshasanthakam

Meaning: We bow the Maruthi, Sri Hanuman, who stands with his folded above his forehead with a torrent tears flowing down his eyes wherever the Names of Lord Rama is sung.

You may conclude your Parayana for the specified day with Karpoora Harathi.

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Samkshepa Sundara Kandam



Vyasa Maharshi's father Maharshi Parasara had given the life history of Sri Hanuman in 150 volumes.
After long years of research on the 'tala patra grandhas' (palm leaf manuscripts), the scholar brought to light little known facts. "Maharshi Parasara describes Sri Hanuman in his nine avataras. 

The sixth avatara is Suvarchala Anjaneya Swami. The Sun God performed the wedding of his daughter Suvarchala with Sri Hanuman on 'jyesta suddha dasami' day."


Ram Bhakt Hanuman / Tube

Significance of various forms of Lord Hanuman


Version 1 

After Rama conquered Ravana, returned to Ayodhya, and after all the episodes of Uttar-Ramayana (Luv-Kush etc.), it was time to go. Rama and Laxmana's work on the earth was over. However Hanuman, who had returned to Ayodhya to be with Rama was of the opinion that they were still needed. Rama thinks of a way of letting Hanuman know the real nature of time and a man's position in the wheel of time (Yugas).

Thus while speaking, Rama lets his ring slip into a hole in the ground. Ever ready to serve Lord Rama, Hanuman jumps into the hole and follows the ring. The ring keeps rolling ahead into the wormhole, which is now become a tunnel.

The rings keep rolling, with the great Hanuman in tow, and finally comes to a stop on a ground. When Hanuman reaches to pick it up, he sees that there are rings all over the ground - thousands of them. Confused and dazed, he looks around to see some of the dwellers of Patala. They are all looking at him. He asks them what this means.

The dwellers smile and tell him - Every time a Vanara (Monkey God) comes in search of a ring, they know that a Rama has come to the end of his life. There have been thousands of Hanumans before this one - with thousands of Ramas, with their Ramayanas - and all the world. And, there will be thousands of more to come.

This just goes on to explain the concept of cyclic time that is perhaps the most fundamental difference between Western and Eastern thought.


Version 2

How many Ramayanas? Three hundred? Three thousand? At the end of some Ramayanas, a question is sometimes asked: How many Ramayanas have there been? And there are stories that answer the question. Here is one.
One day when Rama was sitting on his throne, his ring fell off. When it touched the earth, it made a hole in the ground and disappeared into it. It was gone. His trusty henchman, Hanuman, was at his feet. Rama said to Hanuman, ‘Look, my ring is lost. Find it for me.’

Now, Hanuman can enter any hole, no matter how tiny. He had the power to become the smallest of the small and larger than the largest thing. So he took on a tiny form and went down the hole.
He went and went and went and suddenly fell into the netherworld. There were women down there. ‘Look, a tiny monkey! It’s fallen from above!’ Then they caught him and placed him on a platter (thali). The King of Spirits (bhut), who lives in the netherworld, likes to eat animals. So Hanuman was sent to him as part of his dinner along with his vegetables. Hanuman sat on the platter, wondering what to do.
While this was going on in the netherworld, Rama sat on his throne on the earth above. The sage Vasistha and the god Brahma came to see him. They said to Rama, ‘We want to talk privately with you. We don’t want anyone to hear what we say or interrupt it. Do we agree?’

‘All right,’ said Rama, ‘we’ll talk.’

Then they said, ‘Lay down a rule. If anyone comes in as we are talking, his head should be cut off.’

‘It will be done,’ said Rama.

Who would be the most trustworthy person to guard the door? Hanuman had gone down to fetch the ring. Rama trusted no one more than Laksmana so he asked Laksmana to stand by the door. ‘Don’t allow anyone to enter,’ he ordered.
Laksmana was standing at the door when the sage Visvamitra appeared and said, ‘I need to see Rama at once. It’s urgent. Tell me, where is Rama?’

Laksmana said, ‘Don’t go in now. He is talking to some people. It’s important.’
‘What is there that Rama would hide from me?’ said Visvamitra. ‘I must go in, right now.’

Laksmana said, ‘I’ll have to ask his permission before I can let you in.’
‘Go in and ask then.’

‘I can’t go in till Rama comes out. You’ll have to wait.’
‘If you don’t go in and announce my presence, I’ll burn the entire kingdom of Ayodhya with a curse,’ said Visvamitra.
Laksmana thought, ‘If I go in now, I’ll die. But if I don’t go, this hot-headed man will burn down the kingdom. All the subjects, all things living in it, will die. It’s better that I alone should die.’

So he went right in.

Rama asked him, ‘What’s the matter?’

‘Visvamitra is here.’

‘Send him in.’

So Visvamitra went in. The private talk had already come to an end. Brahma and Vasistha had come to see Rama and say to him, ‘Your work in the world of human beings is over. Your incarnation as Rama must now be given up. Leave this body, come up and rejoin the gods.’ That’s all they wanted to say.
Laksmana said to Rama, ‘Brother, you should cut off my head.’

Rama said, ‘Why? We had nothing more to say. Nothing was left. So why should I cut off your head?’
Laksmana said, ‘You can’t do that. You can’t let me off because I’m your brother. There’ll be a blot on Rama’s name. You didn’t spare your wife. You sent her to the jungle. I must be punished. I will leave.’
Laksmana was an avatar of Sesa, the serpent on whom Visnu sleeps. His time was up too. He went directly to the river Sarayu and disappeared in the flowing waters.

When Laksmana relinquished his body, Rama summoned all his followers, Vibhisana, Sugriva and others, and arranged for the coronation of his twin sons, Lava and Kusa. Then Rama too entered the river Sarayu.
All this while, Hanuman was in the netherworld. When he was finally taken to the King of Spirits, he kept repeating the name of Rama. ‘Rama Rama Rama…’

Then the King of Spirits asked, ‘Who are you?’


‘Hanuman? Why have you come here?’

‘Rama’s ring fell into a hole. I’ve come to fetch it.’
The king looked around and showed him a platter. On it were thousands of rings. They were all Rama’s rings. The king brought the platter to Hanuman, set it down and said, ‘Pick out your Rama’s ring and take it.’
They were all exactly the same. ‘I don’t know which one it is,’ said Hanuman, shaking his head.
The King of Spirits said, ‘There have been as many Ramas as there are rings on this platter. When you return to earth, you will not find Rama. This incarnation of Rama is now over. Whenever an incarnation of Rama is about to be over, his ring falls down. I collect them and keep them. Now you can go.’

Version 3

One day, Rama was informed that it was time for him to die. He understood that those who take birth have to experience death. "Let Yama, come to me. It is time for me to return to Vaikuntha, my heavenly abode," he said. But Yama, the god of death, dared not enter Ayodhya as he was afraid of Hanuman who guarded the gates of Rama's palace. 

To allow Yama's entry, it was necessary to distract Hanuman. So Rama dropped his ring into a crack in the palace floor and requested Hanuman to fetch it. Hanuman reduced himself to the size of a beetle and entered the crack only to discover that it was no crack but the entrance to a tunnel that led to Nag Lok, the land of serpents. Hanuman met Vasuki, the king of serpents there and informed him of his mission. 

Vasuki took Hanuman to the centre of Nag Lok where stood a mountain of rings! "There you will surely find Rama's ring," said Vasuki. Hanuman wondered how he would do that as it was like finding a needle in a haystack. But to his delight, the first ring that he picked up was Rama's ring. To his astonishment, even the second ring he picked up was Rama's ring. In fact all the rings that made up the mountain were identical. "What is the meaning of this?" he wondered. 

Vasuki smiled and said, "This world we live in goes through cycles of life and death. Each life cycle of the world is called a kalpa. Each kalpa has four yugas or quarters. In the second quarter or Treta Yuga, Rama takes birth in Ayodhya. Then one day his ring falls into the subterranean realm of serpents through a tunnel. A monkey follows it and Rama on earth dies. So it has been for hundreds of thousands of kalpas. All these rings testify to that fact. The mountain keeps growing as more rings fall. There is enough space for the rings of future Ramas." 

Hanuman realised that his entry into Nag Lok and his encounter with the mountain of rings was no accident. It was Rama's way of telling him that he could not stop death from coming. Rama would die. The world would die. But like all things, Rama would be reborn each time the world is reborn. 

This cyclical view of life is the essence of Indic thought. But the period of colonial rule and later political developments led to distortions in our understanding of the Ramayana. That is why everyone wants to locate Rama in history and geography, and fight over dates and addresses - instead of looking at the larger picture. 

Rama is timeless and universal and so cannot be fettered to any period or place. That is why the day of his birth is celebrated every year as spring gives way to summer. Every year he comes, every year he goes, like do the seasons. The faithful know that there will never be a time when Rama will not return. He'll be back. 


Similar Incident

There is one more interesting story - a similar one - of the cyclic nature of time and multiple worlds - this one is about multiple Indras and is taken from the Puranas. 

Indra (Sakra), the king of Devas (gods), is known for his arrogance. One day, he decides that he wants a grand palace to be built for him to befit his stature. So he orders Vishwakarma, the architect of 
gods and son of Brahma, to build a great palace for him. Vishwakarma builds a wonderful palace with all possible amnities for Indra. But Indra is not happy. He wants the grandest palace for himself. Poor Vishwakarma breaks down the first one and builds an even grander palace, one of his best creations. 

Indra, however, is still not satisfied. He wants a palace like no other - like the one never built before and like the one that will 
never be built later. He is, after all, the ruler of the three worlds! There is no one like him. How can he have an ordinary palace? ...

He orders Vishwakarma to rebuild the palace - the third time. An exhasparated Vishwakarma goes to his father Brahma and 
asks for help. Brahma asks him to take Vishnu's refuge. Vishnu hears the whole story and laughts out. He tells Vishwakarma not to worry and that he will take care of it. 

He goes to Indra in the form of a boy. Indra welcomes his guest and asks his purpose of visit. The boy says "to see if your 
palace is better than OTHER Indras"!

Indra is dumbfolded. What does the boy mean by 'Other Indras'? The boy tells him "yes, other Indras. Those who existed before you. Those who will come after you. And also those who are currently existing in parallel worlds" ...

... Can you imagine Indra's situation when he hears this? ... Countless Indras 
in the past, countless now, and countless in the future. Each Indra is a ruler of the sky of his world and a king of Devas.Each one wants his Vishwakarma to build a grand palace. The boy goes on to tell him how he has met with them all and seen their palaces.

Indra is humbled by this insight, knows that the boy is really Narayana (Vishnu) and stops making his place grander. 

Multiple Hanumans, 

Multiple Indras, 

Multiple Me Compiling this  

Multiple you reading it ... 


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"Akhand Rama Naam"

  1. In the year 1964 on 1st of August, at Jamnagar 24 hours was started. 
  2. Then after in 1967 on 12th May at Dwarka, 
  3. in the same year i.e 1967 on 20th May at Porbandar, 
  4. in 1984 on 22nd April at Rajkot, in 1997 on 20th April at Mahuva and 
  5. in 1996 on 15th August at Junagadh Ankhand Rama Nam was started. 

Also in cities like Khambhaliya, Bhatiya and more than 40 different centers daily for some period of time the Rama Nam is chanted.

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  1. Brahma gave Following Boons
    1. Hanuman a boon that would protect him from the irrevocable Brahma's curse. 
    2. Nobody will be able to kill you with any weapon in war." 
    3. Power of inducing fear in enemies, 
    4. Destroying fear in friends, 
    5. to be able to change his form at will and 
    6. to be able to easily travel wherever he wished. 
  2. From Shiva he obtained the boons of 
    1. longevity, 
    2. scriptural 
    3. wisdom and 
    4. ability to cross the ocean. 
    5. a band that would protect him for life. 
  3. Indra blessed him that the 
    1. Vajra weapon will no longer be effective on him and 
    2. his body would become stronger than Vajra. 
  4. Varuna blessed baby Hanuman with a boon that he would always be protected from water. 
  5. Agni blessed him with immunity to burning by fire. 
  6. Surya gave him two siddhis of yoga namely 
    1. "laghima" and 
    2. "garima", to be able to attain the smallest or to attain the biggest form. 
  7. Yama, the God of Death blessed him 
    1. healthy life and 
    2. free from his weapon danda, thus death would not come to him. 
  8. Kubera showered his blessings declaring that Hanuman would always remain 
    1. happy and 
    2. contented. 
  9. Vishwakarma blessed him that Hanuman would be protected from all his creations in the form of 
    1. objects or 
    2. weapons. 
  10. Vayu also blessed him with more speed than he himself had. 
  11. Kamadeva also blessed him that the sex will not be effective on him.So his name is also Bala Bramhachari.

Tulsi / General

Once Sita ji invited Hanuman for a lunch and especially which was cooked by her. Sita ji made many delicacies for the lunch, which was to be attended by Hanuman. Hanuman ji came and started eating the food served to him. He ate the whole food which was made in the kitchen .Sita ji quickly made more delicacies in order to satisfy the hunger of Hanuman. Hanuman ate that too and asked for more. Again, Sita ji cooked some more food and again it got finished in seconds. 

The condition was that nothing was left in the kitchen to cook. Sita ji got tensed and thought to ask lord Rama about the situation. She conveyed the whole scene to Rama. Rama asked Sita ji to give a Tulsi-dal (a leaf of Tulsi) to Hanuman and her problem would be solved. Sita ji did the same and Hanuman's appetite got satisfied.

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Flowers Offered to Sri Hanuman

Garland Made of Betel Leaves

The story goes that when Sri Hanuman conveyed the message from Sri Rama, Sita Devi garlanded Sri Hanuman with a betel vine as a token of Her joy and appreciation, as she could not find any flowers nearby. Betel leaves should be made into a garland with a piece of arecanut in each leaf.


Anjaneya may be worshipped with jasmine flowers or tulsi on Thursdays.


It is believed that Sri Hanuman prefers to frequent places where this beautiful and fragrant flower abounds.


Tulsi, ocimum sanctum, is a herb extensively used for worship in temples and homes. Also called Holy Basil and Hoary Basil it has several medicinal properties. Tulsi is used in temples dedicated to Lord Krishna, Sri Rama, and Sri Hanuman.


Lotus is dear to Sri Rama. In the only temple dedicated to Bharatha, the younger brother of Sri Rama, in Irinjalakuda in Kerala too, garlands made of lotus are used. Sri Rama had equal affection for his brother Bharatha and Sri Hanuman. Lotus is also used for worship in Vishnu temples. Lord Krishna is also called the lotus eyed (Pankajaaksh).

The petals of lotus symbolise ripples on water surface representing action based on knowledge. When viewed from above, its petals would resemble the small ripples caused by throwing a stone into water. It also suggests that like lotus grown in slush, representing the mundane world, the human soul has to evolve into its eternal relation with God.


Hanuman Gita / Story Behind

Lord Krishna as Parthasarathy, was explaining the Geetha in details to Arjuna who was in lot of doubts and at the end Arjuna said his illusions are gone now...

"Nashto Moha: smruthirlabdhwa twat Prasadan Maya Achyutha........" and that he is able to see the realities. Arjuna fell on Krishna's Lotus Feet in total surrender to Him. Suddenly there appeared Hanumanji with folded hands and said that his illusions are also gone.

Lord Krishna enquired what he did for that. Hanumanji said that he heard the whole Geetha from the Lord while He narrated it to Arjuna. Krishna asked where he was sitting and Hanumanji said that he was on the Flag of the Chariot.

Lord Krishna said .."Hanumanji, you have committed two crimes unintentionally . One, without my knowledge you heard Geetha and secondly, you were sitting at a higher elevation than Me which is not acceptable by Shastras. Hence you will get Paisacha (Ghost) Status." Hanumanji was on tears and he fell on Krishna's feet and said " Pardon me my Lord. Show mercy on me and tell me how to get out of this Paisacha Body. My Lord, I was a loyal Bhaktha of Lord Sree Ram in the previous Yuga and hence please show mercy on me. Where ever Hari Katha is conducted, I reach there without fail and chant Hari Sankeerthanams myself all the times,hence my Lord please show mercy on me. I know I have committed crimes and deserve to be punished but my Lord please show me how to get out of this Paisacha body." Lord Krishna was very happy to listen to Hanumanji and He said " Hanumanji, I know you are a loyal Vishnu Bhaktha and does not deserve any punishment. But a curse can not be revoked even by Me and so the curse shall stay. But I advise you to go to Kashi and write Bhashyams (Commentaries) on the Bhagavat Geetha you listened from Me and you will get rid of his Paisacha Body when you complete that Bhashyam." HANUMANJI happily went to Kashi and wrote the Bhashyams for Geetha which is known as the "Hanumat-krit Paisacha Bhashyam" and obtained back his divine body. We do not know whether anybody could put his hands on Hanumanji's Geetha Bhashyams, but one thing is sure that Hanumanji got relief from his Paisacha thoughts and deeds by chanting the Hari Gathas.

We are also affected by such thoughts and deeds in our worldly life and hence the only way open to us, is to chant the Hari Namams all the times so that these demonic activities dont come near to us.

Sapthamukhi Hanumath Kavacham

To Bless The Sapta Rishis Hanuman Took Seven faces Form  of

  1. Monkey, 
  2. Narasimha, 
  3. Garuda, 
  4. Boar, 
  5. Horse, 
  6. Cow and 
  7. Man.
Shri Hanumat Kavacham is in Sanskrit. Agastya and Narad Rishi are talking about it in Brahmanda Purana. This Kavacham is the creation of God Rama. 
  1. It starts with bowing to God Ganesh. 
  2. Ramchandra is the rishi of it. 
  3. Hanuman is Devata (God), 
  4. Bija is Maruti, 
  5. the power (Shakti) is son of Anjani, and Success in our every endeavor is the purpose of reciting this kavacham. 
Then each and every finger of our right hand is taken as Hanuman himself and we bow to him chanting his auspicious names. 
Then Dhyanam starts. We have to close our eyes and visualized Hanuman, see him, think of his virtues and utter the dhyanam sholakas. Then we request God Hanuman to protect us from all ten directions. The main kavacham starts and we request lord Hanuman to protect each and every part of our body, while doing so we call him with his name. (Part of the body and different auspicious name of Hanuman each time)

Various Languages

Sapthamukhi Hanumath Kavacham
(Armour of Hanuman with seven faces)
Translated by

Om Sri Ganesaya Nama
Om salutations to Lord Ganesa

Om Asya saptha mukhi veera hanumath kavacha stotra maha manthrasya
Narada rishi , Anushtup chanda , Sri saptha mukhi kapi paramathma devatha,
Hraam bheejam, Hreem Shakthi hroom keelakam , mama sar vabheeshta sidhyarthe jape
For the great Armour prayer to the seven headed valorous Hanuman , the sage is Narada,
The meter is Anushtup, The god addressed is the seven faced monkey god, The seed is
Hraam, the power is hreem , the nail is hroom, and I start the prayer for fulfilling all my

Om hraam angushtabhyam nama
Om hreem thrajaneebhyam nama
Om hroom madhyamabhyam nama
Om hraim anamikabhyam nama
Om hroum kanishtakhabhyam nama
Om hrah kara thala kara prushtabhyam nama

Om hraam salutations by the thumb
OM hreem salutations by the second finger
Om hroom salutations by the middle finger
Om hraim salutations by the fourth finger
Om hraim salutations by the little finger
Om Hrah salutationd by the inside and outside palm.

Om hraam hrudhyaya nama
OM hreem shirase swaha
Om hroom shikhaya vashat
Om hraim kavachaya hoom
Om hroum nethrathrayaya voushat
Om hroom asthraya phat

Om hraam salutations to the heart
Om Hreem oblationsto the head
Om hroom Vashat for the hair
Om hom hraim armour
Om hroum voushat for the three eyes
Om hroom phat for the arrow

Adha dhyanam
Vande vanara Simha sarpa ripu varahascha aswa gho manushair yuktham,
Saptha mukhai karair druma girim chakram gadhaam ketakam,
Gadwangam halam angusam phani sudha kumbhou sarbhajabhyan,
Soolam saptha shikham dadhanamarai sevyam kapim kamadham.

Salutation to the god who has seven heads which are
Monkey, Lion , Garuda ,Boar , horse, cow and man ,
Who carries in his hands the mountain , tree, wheel , mace , shield,
Sword , anga, plough , goad, snake, pot of nectar, arrow, Symbol of protection,
Trident . who has given his seven tufts for the service of devas,
Who is a monkey and one who fulfills desires.

Brahmo uvacha:-

Saptha seershana pravakshyami kavacham sarva sidhidham,
Japthwa Hanumatho nithyam sarva papai pramuchyathe.                                                     1

I am narrating the armour of the seven headed one ,
Which helps one get all the divine powers and I also tell,
That chanting the name of Hanuman would help to get rid of all sins.

Saptha swarga pathi paayyachchikhaam may Maruthathmaja,
Saptha moordhaah siro avyanme saptharchir phala desakam.                                               2

The son of wind who is the lord of seven heavens may protect my braided hair,
He who has seven heads protect my forehead and he with seven flames protect my brow.

Tri saptha nethro , nethro avyath saptha swara gathi sruthi,
Naasam saptha padartho avyaan mukham saptha mukho avathu.                                          3

Let him with twenty one eyes protect my eyes,
Let him with seven notes protect my sound,
Let my nose be protected by him with seven forms,
Let him with seven faces protect my face.

Saptha jihwasthu rasanaam radhan saptha hayo avathu,
Saptha chandho hari pathu kandam pathu giristhadha.                                                          4

Let him with seven toungues protect my taste,
Let him with seven horses protect my chariot,
Let the seven meters be protected by Lord Vishnu,
And let my neck be protected by one carrying the mountain.

Karou chathurdasa karo bhoodharaoyaam mamanguli.
Saptharshi dhyatho hrudayam, udaram kukshi sagara.                                                          5

Let him with fourteen hands protect my hands,
Let him who carries the earth protect my fingers,
Let him who is meditated by seven sages protect my heart,
And let my stomach be protected by him with sea in the stomach.

Saptha dweepa pathi schitham, saptha vyahruthi roopavaan,
Katim may saptha samstha artha dayaka sakthini mama.                                                     6

Let the lord of the seven islands protect my mind,
Let him who speaks seven different ways look after my beauty,
Let him who establishes in seven ways protect my hip,
And let the giver of wealth protect my thighs.

Saptha graha swaroopi may jahnuni jangayosthadha,
Saptha dhanya Priya padhou saptha patala dharaka.                                                           7
Let him who is the form of seven planets protect my knee .
Let him who likes seven grains protect my calf,
And let him who carries the seven under worlds protect my feet.

Pasoon dhanam cha dhanyam cha lakshmeem Lakshmi pradho aavathu,
Dhaaraan puthramscha kanyasch kutumbam viswa palaka.                                                  8
Let the bestower of Lakshmi give me cows, charity , grains and wealth,
And let him who is the guardian of the universe give me wife, sons, daughters and family.

Anuktha sthanam api may payad vayu sutha sthadha,
Chowrebhyo vyala dhamshtribhya srungeebhyo bhootha rakshasath.                                    9

Let all those places which are not protected,may be protected by son of Wind God,
Let the furious Hanuman with black face always protect me from thieves,

Dythyebhyo apyatha Yakshebhyo Brahma Rakshasa jabdyath,
DAmshtra karala vadhano Hanuman maa sada aavathu.                                                      10

Clutches of wicked people, from mountain peaks , from ghosts, from Rakshasas,
From asuras , From Yakshas and From attack Brahma Rakshasas .

Para Sasthra manthra yanthra sasthragni jala vidhyutha,
Rudhramsa Shathru sangramaath sarva avasthasu sarva bruth.                                              11

Let the all carrying one protect me, from arrows , chants , evil machines,
The fire created by arrows. from water , from lightning , from war by angry enemies.

Om namo bhagawathe saptha vadanaya aadhya kapi mukhaya Veera Hanumathe,
SArva shathru samharanaya tam tam tam tam tam tam tam Om nama swaha.                        12

Offering in fire to the seven faced one who had first a monkey face ,
Who is the valorous Hanuman who is the killer of all one’s enemies.
With the chant “Om Namo Bhagawathe tam tam tam tam tam tam tam Om”

Om namo bhagawathe saptha vadanaya Dwitheeya Naarasimhaasyaya athy u gra Thejo vapushe,
Bheeshanya bhaya nasanaya ham ham ham ham ham ham ham Om nama Swaha.                  13

Offering in fire to the seven faced one, who had secondly the face of very angry Narasimha,
Who is fearsome and destroyer of fear with the chant ,

“ Om namo bhagwathe ham ham ham ham ham hm ham “
Om namo bhagwathe saptha vadanaya tritheeya garuda vakthraya Vajra Damshtraya,
Maha balaya sarva roga vinasanaya mam mam mam mam mam mam mam Om nama swaha    14

Offering in fire to the seven faced one who has thirdly face of Garuda with diamond like teeth,
Who is very strong and who is the destroyer of all diseases with the chant, 

“Om namo bhagawathe mam mam mam mam mam mam mam On nama swaha”
Om namo bhagawathe saptha vadanaya chathrutha kroda thundaya Soumithri rakshakaya,
Puthrathabhi vrudhi karaya lam lam lam lam lam lam lam om nama swaha.                                15

Offering in fire to the seven faced one who has fourthly the face of a boar , who saved the earth, 
Who blesses with increased number of children with the chant,

“Om namo Bhagwathe lam lam lkamlam lam lam lam Om nama swaha”
Om namo Bhagwathe saptha vadanaya Panchamaswa vadhanaya Rudhra murthaye,
Sarva vasikaranaya sarva nigama swaroopaya rum rum rum rum rum rum rum Om namo swaha. 16

Offering in fire to the seven faced one , who has fifthly the face of a very angry horse,
Which attracts everything and is personification of all conclusions with a chant,

“Om namo Bhagwathe rum rum rum rum rum rum rum om nama swaha”
Om namo Bhagwathe saptha vadanaya Sashta go mukhaya Surya swaroopaya,
Sarva roga haraya mukthi dhathre o mom o mom o mom om , om nama swaha.                          17

Offering in fire to the seven faced one who has sixthly the face of a cow with Sun’s form,
Who cures all diseases and one who gives salvation with the chant,

“Om namo bhagwathe om om om om om om om , om nama swaha.                                           18
Om namo bhagwathe saptha vadanaya sapthama manisha mukhaya rudravatharaya,
Anjani suthaya , sakala dig yaso vistharakaya , Vajra dehaya, Sugrreva sahya karaya,
Udhadhi langanaya Sita shudhi karaya Lanka dahanaya , Aneka rakshasanthakaya,
Ramananda dayakaya , Aneka pravathothpatakaya, Sethu bhandakaya, Kapi sainya nayakaya,
Ravananthakaya, Brahma charya sramine, Koupeena brahma suthra dharakaya , Rama hrudhyaya,
SArva dushta graha nivaranaya, sakini dakini Vetala Brahma Rakshasa Bhairava graham,
Yaksha graham, Pisacha graham , Brahma Graha, Kshatriya Graha, Vaisya Graha , 
Sudhra graham, anthyaja graham mlecha graham sarpa grahochatakaya mama
Sarva karya sadhakaya , SArva shathru samharakaya, Simha vyagradhi dushta sathvakarshakayai,
Kahi kadhi vividha jwara chedhakaya , para manthra thanthra yanthra nasakaya,
SArva vyadhi nikrunthakaya , Sarpadi sarva sthavara jangama visha sthmana karaya,
Sarva raja bhaya, chora bhaya, agni bhaya prasamanaya ,Aadhythmikhaadhi ,
dAivikaadhi , bhothika thapathraya nivaranaya, SArva vidhya sarva sampath SArva purushartha dhayakaya,
Asadhya karya sadhakaya, Sarva vara pradhaya, Sarvabheeshta karaya
Om hraam hreem hroom hraim hroum hrah om nama swaha.                                                       

Offering to the seven faced one whose seventh face is that of a man, who is the
incarnation of Rudhra, who is the son of Anjana, whose fame spreads in all directions,
who has a diamond body, who was engaged in helping Sugreeva, who crossed the sea,
who cleaned up the problems of Sita, who burnt Lanka, who killed several Rakshasas,
who gave happiness to Rama, who threw several mountains, who helped in building the
bridge, who was the chief of army of monkeys, who helped in putting an end to Ravana,
who observed celibacy, who wore the sacred thread and loin cloth, whose heart is full of
Rama, who counter acted all bad planets, who charmed the houses of SAkini, DAkini,
Ghosts, Brahma Rakshasa , Bhairava, Yaksha, Devil, Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Merchant
class, Shudras, the down trodden, foreigners and Snake, who helps me in completing all
my jobs, who kills all his enemies, who keeps u nder control bad animals like and tiger,
who cuts of the fever of the body, who destroys the chants, talismans and thanthras sent
by others, Who cures all sort of diseases, who removes the bad effects of poison of
snakes and all mobile and immobile beings , who puts down fear of king, thieves and fire,
who provides cure for the three types of suffering due to spiritual , godly and ghostly
sources, who grants all education, all wealth and all the needs of men, who gets done the
impossible, who grants all boons and who fulfills all desires, with the chant 

“Om namo Bhagwathe om hraam hreem hroom hraim hroum hrah om nama”
Ya idham kavacham nithyam sapthaasyaasya hanumatha, 
Trisandhyaam japathe nithyam sarva shathru vinasanam.                                                          19

If this armour of Hanuman with seven faces is chanted daily,
At dawn, noon and dusk , all your enemies would be destroyed.

Puthra pouthra pradham sarva sampath rajya pradham param,
Sarva roga haram cha Aayu keerthidham punya vardhanam.                                                    20

It Would result in sons and grand sons , would get you all types of wealth and a country,
Would cure all diseases , would get you fame through out life and increase blessed deeds.

Rajaanaam cha vasam neethwa tri lokya vijayee bhaveth,
Idham hi paramam gopyam deyam bhakthi yuthaya cha.                                                            21

For the king it would increase his fame and make him victorious in all three worlds,
This is very secret even from devas and those having devotion.

Na deyam bhakthi heenaaya dathwa cha nirayam vrajeth.                                                          22
And should not be given to those without devotion ,
For if given would result in hell to them.

Naamaani sarvanya apavargadhani roopani viswani cha yasya santhi,
Karmani devairapi durghataani Tham maruthim saptha mukham prapadhye. 23

I salute the seven faces of Hanuman,
And complete names of Lord Vishnu,
So that peace descends on earth,
And no problems come in performance of duties of Gods.

Ithi sri Adharvana rahasye saptha mukhi hanumath kavacham sampoornam.
Thus ends the armour of seven faced Hanuman which occurs in the book Adharva Rahasya.