Mantra Yoga

Hanuman Chalisa Chanting

Sri Swamiji entered the Guinness Book of World Records as having the largest gathering of chanters assembled together at one time. On January 31, over 128,000 chanters repeated the popular Hanuman Chalisa. Since then Sri Swamiji has created another goal ~ to have 7 billion repetitions of Hanuman Chalisa. One for each person on the planet:). The count has begun! I hope you all can join the TriYoga Mantra Team! We will post weekly our combined count to the Hanuman Chalisa website.
Hanuman Chalisa is authored by Tulsidas, one of the greatest saint-singer-poets. He lived in the 16th century yet his influence lives on as his compositions are chanted throughout ashrams today. Tulsidas’ great devotion to Rama inspired him to rewrite the Ramayana. His blazing intellect was softened with bhakti as he told the story of Hanuman and his devotion to Rama. He extols the virtues of śraddhā (faith), tapas (discipline), dharma (duty), bhakti (devotion). Through chanting the Hanuman Chalisa, these qualities permeate the mind.
To participate in this, one can
1) Listen to Sri Swamiji chanting
2) Chant Hanuman Chalisa
3) Listen and recite the lyrics (counts as 2 times)
Send your count to once a day/once a week depending on your convenience.

Slow version to learn and chant:

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Listening to this 2-hour recording counts as 40 times.


The Hanuman Chalisa – authored by Sant Tulasidasji Maharaj – consists of 40 verses, and is well known around the world, especially since it is supposed to fulfill the desires of those who recite it. According to Sri Swamiji, “Hanuman Chalisa is a very ancient prayer dating back over 400 years. This particular prayer is especially chosen for chanting since the collective sound vibrations will create positive impact thereby promoting universal brotherhood, and aiding in the well-being of the entire universe.” In recent times, there has been scientific evidence showing that sound waves formed while chanting are converted into electro-magnetic waves and provide enormous positive impact on beings and atmosphere.   Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple.