Sunderkaand is the 5th chapter of Ramayana. It is dedicated to Lord Hanuman who is perhaps the best example of Dasa Bhakti, for his devotion to Shri Ram. It is believed that a recitation of Sunderkaand protects a person from adversities, enemies, unfounded fears, negative energy, evil eye when recited with devotion and dedication

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Ganesh Puja, Installation of Lord Hanuman, Hanuman Vandana, Sunderkaand Path (with Samput after every Doha), Hanuman Chalisa, Bajrang Baan, Hanuman Ashtak, Lord Rama Vandana and Aarti

SUNDERKAAND PAATH

Sunderkaand is the 5th chapter of Ramayana. It is dedicated to Lord Hanuman who is perhaps the best example of Dasa Bhakti, for his devotion to Shri Ram. It is believed that a recitation of Sunderkaand protects a person from adversities, enemies, unfounded fears, negative energy, evil eye when recited with devotion and dedication.
Sunderkaand narrates the journey of Lord Hanuman to Lanka in search of Devi Sita. After being reminded of his inherent divine powers by Jambwant, Lord Hanuman sets off for his journey into Lanka where he not only finds Devi Sita but also burns down the golden city of Lanka.
For his dedication and devotion to Shri Ram, Devi Sita blesses Lord Hanuman as the bestower / granter of Ashta Siddhi (eight great perfections) and Nav Niddhi (nine types of treasures) upon human beings. Hence worshipping Lord Hanuman confers mental and physical health, wealth, peace and happiness, all kinds of fears are dispelled and a person lives a life of contentment.
Puja Description: Ganesh Puja, Installation of Lord Hanuman, Hanuman Vandana, Sunderkaand Path (with Samput after every Doha), Hanuman Chalisa, Bajrang Baan, Hanuman Ashtak, Lord Rama Vandana and Aarti.
Duration: 3-4 Hrs.
Number of Pundit/s: 2.
Cost: Rs. 15,001/-
Prasadam: The Yajmaan will receive a Hanuman Yantra, Rudraksha Japmala, a booklet containing Hanuman Chalisa, Bajrang Baan, Hanuman Ashtak and a recording of around 45 – 60 minutes covering the most important parts of the Puja and Prasad from the Puja.