Hanuman Jayanti is a significant Hindu festival that commemorates the birth of Lord Hanuman, who is revered as a symbol of strength, loyalty, and devotion.

This festival is celebrated on April 6th this year, and it is also known as Hanumath Jayanti, Hanuman Janamotsav, Anjaneya Jayanti, or Bajrangbali Jayanti.

Lord Hanuman is considered a protector who can shield individuals from danger and conquer evil, and he is worshipped during this festival for his blessings and protection.

The festival is celebrated with traditional rituals, including puja, aarti, and prasad, and is observed across India with great devotion and enthusiasm.

The birth anniversary of Maruti Nandan, also known as Lord Hanuman, is celebrated with great excitement and enthusiasm throughout India. People celebrate this auspicious occasion by wearing new clothes, visiting temples, worshipping Lord Hanuman, and observing a day-long fast.

Lord Hanuman, also called Bajrangbali, is considered the physical manifestation of Karma Yogi, and is mentioned in Hindu epics Ramayana and Mahabharata as well as other Puranas and traditions.

He is identified as the spiritual son of Vayu, an incarnation of Vayu, or sometimes an avatar of Rudra. The Shiva Purana describes him as a Shiva avatar, while some mythology from South India sees Hanuman as the union of Shiva and Vishnu or associated with Ayyappa.