English Translation with Hindi and
Roman text for those who
can't read Hindi, but want to chant this great Hindu Prayer and understand the significance of this Holy Prayer to the great Lord Hanumanji, Supreme devotee of Lord Shree
Ram. From that glorious epic, The Holy Ramayan by Goswami Tulsidas. ENGLISH TRANSLATION AND PRONOUNCIATION GUIDE BY PAVAN R CHAWLA.
For everyone, and particularly for those who cannot read Hindi. I have transcribed the
Hindi sounds in Roman English, along with a translation into English, so that not only can they read this great prayer originally
written by Goswami Tulsidas, but also understand its meaning.
The Hanuman Chalisa itself says that the easiest way for attaining a peaceful state of
mind is to devoutly read the Hanuman Chalisa 100 times in succession. But that's a very difficult and daunting task, especially
because of the immense demands it places particularly on your concentration and time. May the great Lord Hanuman give you
the will and wisdom to do so at the earliest. But if you accomplish that, just reading the Hanuman Chalisa once a day regularly
will help too.
So, from my wife Anju and me, this is a humble attempt to spread the Word of Hanuman
lalaa, the noble, benevolent
God who is fiercely protective of those who love Him.
I also pray to the gracious Lord Hanumanji to keep the soul of my father, the late
Mr. J R Chawla, a devout Hanuman bhakt, with Him in eternal peace. It was on his guidance that I found the love of and devotion for Lord Hanumanji. We also
pray that He keep the soul of my late father-in-law, Mr Manohar Lal Chawla of Dehradun, and my late brother-in-law Mr Ashok
Kumar Chawla of Beauty DryCleaners, Dehradun, in eternal peace with Him.
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hope and pray that Lord Hanumanji smiles upon and protects you and your family.
Pavan R Chawla, Mumbai,
ps: I'd like add here
that all that we try to do for this site is done in our spare time, as both Anju and I keep jobs. I'd also like to specify
here that this website is a purely personal endeavour, and reflects only our personal views and efforts, and was conceived
of, developed and is maintained in our spare time. The business entities that my wife and I work for are in no way connected
with or responsible for anything that goes on this site. BTW, the picture of Lord Hanumanji used on this site is one I had
clicked years ago in a small village temple, and doesn't infringe any coypright to the best of my knowledge and belief.
If anyone has reason to believe otherwise, let us know.