श्री बजरंग बाण
nishchay Prema Prateet-tay, Vinay Karain Sanmaan, Tayhi-Kay Karaja Sakala Shubha, Sidhi Karain Hanuman
Mantra Ucharan: He who reveres Hanuman with unflinching faith, love and respectful humility, is blessed with success in all his propitious undertakings by the grace of Hanuman.
Jai Hanumanta Santa Hitakaari, Suna Liijay Prabhu Araja Hamari Jana kay kaaja vilambana keejay, Aatura dawrii maha Sukha deejay. Jaisay kooda sindhu mahi paara, Sursa badana paithii Vistaara.
Mantra Ucharan: Pray listen to my entreaties, O Hanuman, the compassionate benefactor of all saints! Delay not in responding to your votaries call and rushing, bless them with felicity, just as you leapt across the ocean leaving the earth behind and crept into Surasa’s mouth assuming the form twice as large as that of the Mother of Serpents all for the sake of Rama.
Aagay jaiyii Lankinii Rokaa, Maarayhu laata gaii sura Loka Jaayay Vibhishan ko sukha deenha, Sita Nirakhi parama pada Leenhaa
Mantra Ucharan: As you proceeded further Lankini stopped you on the way, but you kicked her and dispatched her to the abode of the gods (killed her). Going to Vibhishana you brought him exceeding joy and sighting Sita you attained to the supreme state.
Baag ujaari Sindhu Mahana Borah, Ati Aatura Jama Kaatara Tora Akshaya Kumara mara sanhaara, Loama lapaita anka-ko Jaarah.
Mantra Ucharan: You laid waste the Ashoka grove and drowned it into the sea. You rescued the world from its imminent doom (when the gods comforted you in Paatala where you were lying in a precarious condition). Thus did you save humanity and earn for yourself the blessing of immortality by frustrating the design of Yama who subdues every being. One glaring example of your victory over death is the episode of Akshayakumara, whose name signifies immortality, whom you overthrew and slaughtered; with your tail swathed with rags soaked in oil and set on fire you reduced Lanka to ashes.
Laaha samaan lanka jaari-gai, Jai Jai Dhwani surpur naba Bhai Aba vilambha kayhi Kaaran Swami, Kripaa Karahhu ura Antaraymii
Mantra Ucharan: Lanka burnt like shellac; heaven, the abode of gods, was filled with cries of triumph: “Victory! Victory! Why are you tarrying, my Lord? O controller of my inmost being! Be gracious to me.
Jai Jai Lakshmana Praana kay daataa, Aatura hai dukha Karhu Nipaataa Jai Jai Hanumanta Jayati bala saagar, Sura Samooha samratha Bhata Naagar
Mantra Ucharan: Glory, glory to you, O Lord, who restored Lakshmana to life! Come promptly and speedily and destroy my sorrow. Victory, victory to you, O Giridhara (who lifted up a mountain and brought it with all its vegetation to Lanka where Lakshmana lay grievously wounded) Victory, victory to you, O ocean of bliss! You are an assemblage of bravery, are competent, great warrior and wise.
Om Hanu Hanu Hanu Hanumanta Hateelay, Bhairayhhi Maaru Bajrah-Ki Keelay GADAA VAJRA LAII BAIRIHI MAARO MAHAARAAJA PRABHU DAASA UBAARO.
Mantra Ucharan: I revere the unyielding Son of the Wind, Hanuman, with the cant of Om hanu hanu hanu. May you destroy my adversaries with thunderbolt and club, your adamantine weapon, which, when hurled, lets no enemy escape. O Lord! O king of kings! Come and deliver me, your own devotee, from my enemies.
OMKAARA HUNKAARA MAHAAVIIRA DHAAVO VAJRA GADAA HANU VIAMBA NA LAA Om Hrim Hrim Hrim Hanumana Kapisha, Om Hum Hum Hum Hanu Arii Ura Sheesha.
Mantra Ucharan: Roaring with the sacred and mystical syllable OM, come with all haste, O great warrior, and hurl down bolts and clubs and other weapons (on my enemies) without delay. O monkey-king Hanuman! Cry hriin hriin hriin, the mystic syllables and shouting aloud Om hun, hun, hun smite the heads and bosoms of my enemies.
SATYA HIIHU HARI SHAPATHA PAAYA KE RAAMADUUTA DHARU MAARU DHAAYA KE JAI JAI JAI HANUMANTA AGAADHAA DUKHA PAAVATA JANA KEHI APARAADHAA
Mantra Ucharan: O Rama’s envoy! Having been assured by Lord Hari that you are Real-Truth itself-you rush at once and catching hold of my enemies, kill them (without fear). (Being ever living Reality, immortal and transcendent, yield not to fear but fight and kill) Glory, glory, all gory to you, O unfathomed Hanuman! For what offence are your devotees unhappy?
PUJAA JAPA TAPA NEMA ACHAARAA NAHIN JAANATA HAUN DAASA TUMHAARAA VANA UPAVANA MAGA GIRI GRAHA MAAHIIN TUMHARE BALA HAMA DARAPATA NAAHIN PAANYA PARAUN KARA JORI MANAAVAUN YAHA AVASARA ABA KEHI GOHARAAVAUN
Mantra Ucharan: I, your humble servant, know not how to perform worship and do penance, chant your name, observe the rules of purity and conduct. Strengthened (and protected) by you, I fear not at home nor while passing through forests and parklands and mountains. I prostrate myself at your feet and with cupped palms invoke your grace; whom else should I call for help in these desperate straits.
Jai Anjani Kumara Balawanta, Shankara Suwana Beera Hanumanta Badana Karaala kaala kula ghaalaka, Rama sahay sadaa prati Paalak.
Mantra Ucharan: Glory to you, O brave son of Anjani and Shankara! You are the fearsome exterminator even of Death and his descendants, a succourer of Rama and an ever-ready protector of all.
BHUUTA PRETA PISAACHA NISHAACHARA AGNI VAITAALA KAALA MAARII MARA INHAIN MAARO TOHE SHAPAHA RAAMA KII RAAKHU NATHA MARYAADAA NAAMA KII JANAKA SUTAA HARI DAASA KAHAAVO TAAKII SHAPATHA VILAMBA NA LAAVO.
Mantra Ucharan: As soon as one sets one’s mind on you or chants your name ghosts and ghouls spirits, fiends, wanderers of the night, fire goblins, fatality and epidemics, all disappear in a trice (Being so incomparable in might) deliver your devotee at once and with the remembrance of your name fill his heart with joy. In the name of Rama do I beseech you to kill them, the demons and all their hordes, and, O Lord, let not Rama’s dignity be reconciled to anything demeaning (sully not the reputation of Rama). You are called a devotee of Janakas daughter, Sita and Hari; I entreat you in the names of both Sita and Hari not to prevaricate and delay in coming.
JAI JAI JAI DHUNI HOTA AKAASHAA SUMIRATA HOTA DUSAHA DUKHA NAASHAA CARANA SHARANA KARA JORI MANAAVUN YAHA AVASARA ABA KEHI GAHARAAVAUN
Mantra Ucharan: The heavens reverberate with the sound of Glory, glory, all glory (to Hanuman) The very remembrance of yours destroys even unendurable miseries. With folded palms I supplicate you to provide me the protection at your feet, for I cannot but call on you for help at this hour. I prostrate myself at your feet and with cupped palms invoke your grace; whom else should I call for help in these desperate straits. You are under oath to Rama to hasten and protect all in distress. I prostrate myself again before you and with folded hands entreat you to arise and rush in (to kill my enemies).
OM Cham cham cham cham CHAPALA CHALANTAA OM HANU HANU HANU HANU HANUMANTAA OM HAN HAN HAANKA DETA KAPI CHANCHALA OM SAN SAN SAHAMI KHALDALA.
Mantra Ucharan: Chanting the sacred Om chan chan chan chan, come and deliver me, O entrepid courser! And shouting Om hanu hanu hanu hanu slaughter my foes, O Hanuman! When the playful and noble-footed Monkey-king shouts aloud Om hum hum the demon host is so terrified that it flees crying Om sam sam.
YAHA BAJARANGA BAANA JEHI MAARE TEHI KAHO PHIRA KAUNA UBAARE PAATHA KARE BAJARANGA BAANA KII HANUMANTA RAKSHAA KARE PRAANA KI
Mantra Ucharan: Tell me, who can protect the person who is pierced with Bajaranga’s arrow? He, who chants this hymn,is well protected by Hanumaan.
YAHA BAJARANGA BAANA JO JAAPAI TAAHE TE BHUUTA PRETA SABA KAANPHE DHUUPA DEII ARU JAPAI HAMESHAA TAAKE TANA NAHIIN RAHAI KALESHAA.
Mantra Ucharan: He who repeats this hymn is feared by spirits and ghouls and all the who repeats it regularly with oblations of incense is relieved of all physical infirmities.
PREMA PRIITI DHARI KAPI BHAJAI SADAA DHARAI URA DHYAANA TEHI KE KAARAJA SAKALA SHUBHA SIDDHA KARAI HANUMAANA.
Mantra Ucharan: He who meditates on the Monkey-King with faith and devotion and with his image in his heart, finds all his noble efforts crowned with success by the grace of Hanuman.