Animated Short Stories of Hanuman in English. When one thinks of loyalty, devotion, self-sacrifice and friendship, the first character from the Ramayana who comes to mind is the inimitable Lord Hanuman. Language: English Subtitles: English
Animated Short Stories of Hanuman in English. When one thinks of loyalty, devotion, self-sacrifice and friendship, the first character from the Ramayana who comes to mind is the inimitable Lord Hanuman. His name is synonymous with Lord Ram and above all else; he was a devoted friend to him at all times. A brave warrior and a fearless leader, every act of Hanuman teaches us selfless service and sacrifice for the Lord. The values that we learn through the stories of Hanuman serve as a guideline for good behaviour even to this day. Track Information: THE BIRTH OF HANUMAN - This is the tale of Hanuman's birth and a few interesting anecdotes from his childhood. As a child, Hanuman was mischievous and naughty but as he grew older, he began to look for ways to channel his powers. HANUMAN MEETS RAM - In this story, we see the circumstances that led to Hanuman's first encounter with Lord Ram. As soon as he met him, he pledged undying devotion to him and his cause of finding Sita. HANUMAN IN SEARCH OF SITA - This is the story of the various obstacles Hanuman encounters on his mission to find Sita and how he overcomes them with valour, strength and presence of mind. HANUMAN BRINGS SANJIVANI - This is the tale behind one of the most enduring images of Hanuman, that of him flying through the air with a mountain in one hand and the sun under his arm. HANUMAN MEETS SITA IN LANKA - This is the legendary tale of Hanuman's encounter with Sita in the gardens of Lanka. After countless days of fruitless searching, Hanuman finally met Sita and, in a bid to prove Lord Rama's power, he set the entire city of Lanka on fire with his mighty tail. SELFLESS SERVICE - This is yet another story of Hanuman's willingness to go to any extent to serve Lord Ram. Even Sita had to eventually acknowledge that Hanuman was Rama's greatest devotee and follower, above all others.