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 Ramayan Proof

Hanuman Ji Still Alive

Everyone knows about Hanumanji and the part played by him during the ramayana which is believed to have happened around 2 million years ago. After the war, and after reigning for several years, the time arrived for Rama to depart to his heavenly abode. Many of Rama's entourage, decided to depart with him including vanaras like Sugriva. However, shunning the heavens, Hanuman requested to remain on earth for as long as Rama's name is venerated by people. Sita accorded Hanuman that wish, and granted that his image will be installed at various public places, so he could listen to people chanting Rama's name. He is thus one of the chiranjeevis (immortals) in Hinduism.

Proof From Mahabharata
HanumanJi has shown his presence even during Mahabharatha which is believed to have happened during the time of Lord Krishna only 5000 years ago.

Bheema & Hanuman
When the Pandavas were in the forest, Draupadi requested Bheema for a Saugandhika flower of heavenly fragrance. Bheema went forth into the forest to bring it. As Bheema was walking fast with long strides, he saw a monkey's tail across his path. He angrily shouted, "You ape, remove your tail and clear my way." The monkey slowly looked at Bheema and said, "My dear man, I am very old and can't even move. Push my tail away and walk on." Bheema was angry, amused and full of contempt. Was it what an unequalled hero like him should do? He tried to push the tail with his mace. But nothing happened. Try as he would, he could not even move that old tail. Then his mind grew clear and it dawned on him that this was not any ordinary monkey but could be Hanuman. With folded hands he begged his pardon.

Krishna & Hanuman
Eager to be of service to another avatar of Lord Vishnu(Krishna), Hanuman attached himself to the flag of Arjuna's chariot, whose charioteer in the Mahabharatha war was Krishna. He thus had the fortune of hearing the Gita as recited by Sri Krishna himself, the only other people having the opportunity being Arjuna, Sanjaya and Dhritarashtra.

Arjuna & Hanuman
Once on his pilgrimage to visit sacred places Arjuna met Hanuman at Rameswaram. Arjuna over-confident about himself said, "Rama need not have asked the monkeys to build a bridge. If I were here, I would have built a bridge with arrows." "A bridge of your arrows! Leave alone the Vanara army, it will crumble under my feet" replied Hanuman. Well, it developed into a challenge. It was decided that Arjuna should erect a bridge with his arrows and Hanuman should walk on it. If the bridge collapsed, Arjuna should jump into fire; otherwise, Hanuman must adorn Arjuna's banner.

Arjuna built a bridge with his arrows. No sooner did Hanuman set one foot on it than it broke into pieces. Arjuna got ready to jump into the fire.

Just then, Shri Krishna reached the place. He asked them to repeat their performances. When Arjuna erected the arrow-bridge, Krishna touched the bridge with his divine hands as if to test it. Then when Hanuman danced on it heavily, it did not even shake. Hanuman was shocked and then realised that Krisha is none other than Rama. Hanuman kept his word and entered Arjuna's banner.

Presence of Hanuman
Hanuman is a Chiranjeevi, he is immortal. There have been numerous saints who have seen Hanuman in modern times, notably Tulsidas (16th century), Sri Ramdas Swami (17th century), and Raghavendra Swami (17th century). Many others have also testified to his presence wherever the Ramayana is read.

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