Hanuman birthplace is believed to be Anjanadri Hill in Karnataka, India.
His mother, Anjana, was an Apsara who was cursed to be reborn as a monkey, while his father, Kesari, was the king of the monkeys.
Hanuman is blessed with immortality, and he is said to still exist today in a mystical form, helping and guiding the devoted.
Hanuman is also mentioned in the Mahabharata, where he appears as a flag on Arjuna's chariot during the Kurukshetra War.
Hanuman was born to Anjana and Kesari with the blessings of Lord Shiva.
He is often regarded as a symbol of selfless service, devotion, and humility, inspiring many with his virtues.
Hanuman is revered not only in India but also in various other countries, including Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Indonesia.
he Hanuman Chalisa, a 40-verse devotional hymn, is a powerful prayer sung by millions worldwide to seek Hanuman's blessings.
He could alter his size at will, from being as small as a thumb to as tall as a mountain, which was particularly useful during his missions.