Rasraj Ji Maharaj’s Shri Bajrang Baan Complete Romanized Hindi Lyrics with Meaning in English: Are you ready to delve into the world of ancient Hindu mythology and explore the devotional hymn dedicated to the mighty Lord Hanuman? The Bajrang Baan, believed to be composed by the legendary Sage Valmiki himself, is a powerful and awe-inspiring hymn that has captured the hearts and minds of devotees for centuries. Whether you’re a devout follower or simply curious about this fascinating piece of history, you can find the full text lyrics of the Bajrang Baan, along with translations and interpretations, on this page. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s discover the magic of the Bajrang Baan and unlock the secrets of this incredible devotional hymn today!

Bajrang Baan Lyrics In Hindi And EnglishBajrang Baan Lyrics In Hindi And English

The Bajrang Baan is a path/prayer that devotees recite to Lord Hanuman, seeking his blessings for strength, courage, protection from evil forces, overcoming obstacles, and inner peace and harmony. The name “Bajrang Baan” means “arrow of Bajrang Bali,” which is another name for Hanuman.

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Nishchay Prem Pratiti Te, Vinay Karei Sanman,
Tehi Ke Karaj Sakal Shubh, Siddh Karei Hanuman,

Hanuman fulfils all the beneficial desires of devotees who recite these verses with love and unwavering faith.

Jai Hanumant Sant Hitkari, Sun Lije Prabhu Araj Humari,
Jan Ke Kaj Vilamb Na Kije, Aatur Dauri Maha Sukh Dije,

The benefactor of saints is Hanuman, to whom we pray. We request that he does not delay in doing the work of his devotees and gives us immense peace by rushing to do it.

Jaise Kudi Sindhu Mahipara, Surasa Badan Paithi Vistara,
Aage Jai Lankini Roka, Marehu Lat Gai Suraloka,

Hanuman is requested to come running just like he leapt across the ocean, entered, and emerged from the expanded mouth of Surasa. On landing in Lanka, he sent the demon Lankini to the heavenly abode by kicking her to death when she tried to prevent him from entering the city.

Jai Vibhishan Ko Sukh Dinha, Sita Nirakhi Parampad Linha,
Bag Ujari Sindhu Mah Bora, Ati Aatur Jamkatar Tora,

Vibhishan was pleased when Hanuman encountered him in Lanka and rose to the top position of enjoying Sri Ram’s love. In the Ashoka grove, he laid waste and dumped the trees in the ocean, symbolically breaking the knife of Yama, the God of Death.

Akshay Kumar Ko Mari Sanhara, Loom Lapet Lank Ko Jara,
Lah Saman Lank Jari Gai, Jai Jai Dhuni Surpur Me Bhai,

Hanuman killed Akshay Kumar, Ravana’s son, and burned Lanka with his tail. Lanka burned like lac (molten wax), and the sound of “Hail to Hanuman’s glory” filled the heavens.

Ab Vilamb Kehi Karan Svami, Kripa Karahu Ur Antaryami,
Jai Jai Lakhan Pran Ke Data, Aatur Hoy Dukh Karahu Nipata,

The devotee expresses his fear to Hanuman and requests that he dispel it quickly. Hanuman restored the life of Lakshman, and the devotee pleads with him to do the same for him.

Jai Giridhar Jai Jai Sukh Sagar, Sur Samuh Samarath Bhatnagar,
Om Hanu Hanu Hanu Hanumant Hathile, Bairihi Maru Bajra Ki Kile,

Holder of the mountain, Hanuman is an ocean of happiness, the wisest among the gods, and the most skilled. He is requested to kill the enemies (lust, anger, greed, etc.) as if the strike of a thunderbolt had nailed them.

Gada Bajra Lai Bairihi Maro, Maharaj Prabhu Das Ubaro,
Omkar Hunkar Mahaprabhu Dhavo, Bajra Gada Hanu Vilamb Na Lavo,

The devotee entreats Hanuman to relieve him by hitting the enemies with his mace like a thunderbolt. Hanuman is requested to challenge the enemies, crush them with his mace, and say the thundering sound of OM.

Om Hrim Hrim Hrim Hanumant Kapisa,
Om Hum Hum Hum Hanu Ari Ur Shisha,
Saty Hohu Hari Shapath Payke, Ram Doot Dharu Maru Jai Ke,

Hanuman, Lord of the Monkeys, is invoked with the Tantric mantras Oṁ hrīn hrīn hrīn and Oṁ hũ hũ hũ. The devotee requests him to strike the enemy in the chest, causing them to die. The devotee swears that all they say is the truth and pleads with Hanuman to rush to attack the enemy at once as Sri Ram’s messenger.

Jai Jai Jai Hanumant Agadha, Dukh Pavat Jan Kehi Aparadha,
Pooja Jap Tap Nem Achara, Nahi Janat Hau Das Tumhara,

Hanuman is praised as fathomless, and the devotees wonder which offence is causing them to suffer so much. The servant knows nothing of worship, sacred mantras, penance, or the discipline of rituals and virtuous acts.

Van Upavan Mag Giri Grih Mahi, Tumhare Bal Ham Darapat Nahi,
Pay Parau Kar Jori Manavau, Yehi Avasar Ab Kehi Goharavau,

Thanks to your power, I am fearless in any setting, whether it a forest, garden, mountains, road, or home. I beg you with folded hands, groveling at your feet, to save me. Who else can I contact at this late hour?

Jai Anjani Kumar Balvanta, Shankar Suvan Vir Hanumanta,
Badan Karal Kal Kul Ghalak, Ram Sahay Sada Pratipalak,

Hanuman is hailed as an all-powerful son of Anjani and a brave son of Shiva. He has a fierce and terrifying body and is the slayer of even the God of Death’s minions. He is always by Sri Ram’s side and is the benefactor of all.

Bhoot Pret Pishach Nishachar, Agni Betal Kal Mari Mar,
Inhe Maru Tohi Shapath Ram Ki, Rakhau Nath Marjad Nam Ki,

Hanuman is requested to slay all evil spirits: ghosts, spirits, hobgoblins, demons, fire, vampires, calamities, and epidemics. The devotee requests him to kill all of them in the name of Lord Sri Ram, thereby maintaining the sanctity and truth of the holy name.

Janaksuta Hari Das Kahavo, Taki Shapath Vilamb Na Lavo,
Jai Jai Jai Dhuni Hot Akasa, Sumirat Hot Dusah Dukh Nasha,

Hanuman is reminded that he is the servant of Sri Ram and Mother Sita. The devotee implores him to make no delay and requests that he come to their aid. The sound of his glories is said to dispel all sorrows, and the sky is reverberating with it.

Charan Sharan Kar Jori Manavau, Yahi Avasar Ab Kehi Goharavau,
Uthu Uthu Chalu Tohi Ram Duhai, Pay Parau Kar Jori Manai,

Here, at your feet, I seek solace. Who else can I contact for assistance at this critical juncture? I beg you. How about you get up and join us? With my hands clasped, I beg you to take action.

Om Chan Chan Chan Chan Chapal Chalanta,
Om Hanu Hanu Hanu Hanu Hanumanta,
Om Han Han Hank Det Kapi Chanchal,
Om San San Sahami Parane Khal Dal,

The devotee requests Hanuman to strike swiftly, like lightning, with the call of Oṁ chãṁ chãṁ chãṁ and Oṁ hanu hanu hanu hanu. Hanuman is swift, and whenever the monkeys roar, the crowd of evil-doers flees in terror.

Apane Jan Ko Turat Ubaro, Sumirat Hoy Anand Hamaro,
Yah Bajrang Ban Jehi Marei, Tahi Kaho Phir Kaun Ubarei,

Hanuman is requested to save the devotee immediately. The devotee gets immense pleasure from remembering him and wonders who can save one attacked with the arrow of Bajarang Baan (an arrow as strong as a thunderbolt).

Path Karei Bajarang Ban Ki, Hanumat Raksha Karei Pran Ki,
Yah Bajrang Ban Jo Japei, Tate Bhoot Pret Sab Kampe,

Hanuman offers lifelong protection to those who recite these verses of the Bajarang Baan. Even ghosts and evil spirits tremble out of fear of those who chant this Bajarang Baan.

Dhoop Dey Aru Japei Hamesha,
Take Tan Nahi Rahe Kalesha,

Those who wave incense sticks before Hanuman and chant his holy name are always free from bodily torment.

Prem Pratitihi Kapi Bhajei, Sada Dharei Ur Dhyan,
Tehi Ke Karaj Sakal Shubh, Siddh Karei Hanuman,

Those who chant Hanuman’s holy name with faith, devotion, and love and always remember him will indeed have all their desires fulfilled by Hanuman.

The Bajrang Baan is a prayer that is divided into 17 sections, each focusing on different aspects of Hanuman’s life and his heroic deeds. It is traditionally recited with devotion and focus, typically on Tuesdays and Saturdays, which are considered auspicious days for Hanuman worship. There are no specific rules for how to recite it, and devotees may choose to chant it aloud or silently.

Bajrang Baan (Lofi) by Rasraj Ji Maharaj

Here is the music video for the lofi version of ‘Bajrang Baan’, recited by Rasraj Ji Maharaj. It can be a great choice to soothe your mood. The translation of the song lyrics is available on this page in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Gujarati, Kannada, and many other major Indian languages.

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