The Hanuman Jayanti is Lord Hanuman’s “birthday”.
It is celebrated on the day of the first full moon of Spring.
A traditional practice is to sing 108 Hanuman Chalisas that day, which are said to bring the devotee wisdom, strength and the resolution of their problems!
Jai! Jai! Hanuman!!
The Hanuman Aarti is a devotional prayer to Lord Hanuman. Enjoy!
* Darshan- A Sanskrit term meaning “sight” (in the sense of an instance of seeing or beholding; from a root dṛś “to see”), vision, apparition, or glimpse. It is most commonly used for “visions of the divine,” i.e. of a god or a very holy person or artifact. One could “receive darshana” of the deity in the temple, or from a great saintly person, such as a great guru.