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Prerna Balagokulam
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Bhajan
/ Sankata Mochana Hanumaana Ashtaka (video1, video2) , ] , , , Baala samai rabi bhakshi liyo, taba teenahu loka bhayo andhiyaaro Taahi so traasa bhayo jaga-ko, yaha sankata kaahu so jaata na taaro | Dewan-aani karee binatee, taba chaari diyo rabi kashta nivaaro Ko nahin jaanata hai jaga mein kapi, sankat mochan naama tihaaro || 1

Meaning: During childhood, You swallowed the Sun. Then the whole world became dark. On that account, the whole world was troubled and no one could rectify the situation. The demigods came and requested You, and You released the Sun from Your mouth to remove the fear. In this world, who does not know that You are known as remover of obstacles, O Kapi! ] , , , Baali kee traasa kapeesa basai giri jaata mahaa prabhu pantha nihaaro Chaunki mahaa muni saapa diyo, taba chaahiya kauna bichaara bichaaro | Kai divja roopa livaaya mahaa prabhu, so tuma daasa ke soka nihaaro Ko nahin jaanata hai jaga mein kapi sankat mochan naama tihaaro || 2

Meaning: Due to fear of Baali, Sugreeva lived on a mountain. He saw Lord Raama on His way. He could not leave the mountain due to the curse of a saint. You found a solution to this (i.e. You selected the thought that was needed). You took the form of a seer and brought Lord Raama, and relieved the suffering of Sugreeva. In this world, who does not know that You are known as remover of obstacles, O Kapi!
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, , , , Angad kay sanga lena gaye Siya, khoja kapeesa yaha baina uchaaro Jeewata naa bachihau hum soju, binaa sudhi laa-ai ihaan pagu dhaaro | Heri thaki tatta sindhu sabai taba, laaya Siyaa sudhi praana ubaaro Ko nahin jaanata hai jaga mein kapi sankat mochan naama tihaaro || 3

Meaning: You went with Angada (and others) to find Seetaa and Angada said, We will not remain alive unless we return with information about Seetaa. They all got tired when they saw the ocean from the coast. Then You brought information about Seetaa and saved everyone. In this world, who does not know that You are known as remover of obstacles, O Kapi! ] , , , ] , Raavana traasa da-ee Siya ko, saba raakshasi son kahi soka nivaaro Taahi samaya Hanumaana mahaa prabhu, jaaya mahaa rajaneechara maaro | Chaahita Siya asoka son aagi, so dai prabhu mudrikaa soka nivaaro Ko nahin jaanata hai jaga mein kapi sankat mochan naama tihaaro || 4

Meaning: Raavana ordered all the female demons to trouble Seetaa. She asked (Trijataa) to remove Her troubles (by building a funeral pyre into which She could jump). At that moment Hanumaan, the great Lord, went and killed many demons there. He wanted Seetaa to be relived and therefore, He gave her Raamas ring to dispel her anxiety. In this world, who does not know that You are known as remover of obstacles, O Kapi!

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Baana lagyo ura Lachimana ke, taba praana taje suta Raavana maaro Lai griha vaidya Sushena sameta, tabai giri Drona subeera upaaro | Aani sanjeevana haatha da-ee, taba Lachimana ke tuma praana ubaaro
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Ko nahin jaanata hai jaga mein kapi sankat mochan naama tihaaro || 5

Meaning: When the arrow of Meghanaada (son of Raavana) struck the heart of Lakshmana, He almost died. You brought the healer Sushena, along with his home, and then finally You brought Mount Drona which had the magical herb Sanjeevani. By giving this herb, You rescued the life of Lakshmana. In this world, who does not know that You are known as remover of obstacles, O Kapi! , ^ , , ] , Raavana juddha ajaana kiyo, taba naaga ki phaansa sabai sira daaro Sri Raghunatha sameta sabai, dala moha bhayo yaha sankat bhaaro | Aani khagesa tabai Hanumaana ju, bandhana kaati sutraasa nivaaro Ko nahin jaanata hai jaga mein kapi sankat mochan naama tihaaro || 6

Meaning: Raavana fought a war while remaining invisible and chained everyone in Naagapaasa (chain made of cobras). Along with Shri Raama, everyone got deluded and thought it to be very big trouble. You brought Garuda (from Vaikuntha), Who ripped apart the snakes. In this world, who does not know that You are known as remover of obstacles, O Kapi! , , ] , , Bandhu sameta jabai Ahiraavana, lay raghunaatha pataala sidhaaro Devihi puji bhalee vidhi, so-bali dehu sabai mili mantra vichaaro | Jaaya sahaaya bhayo taba hee, Ahiraavana sainya samet sanghaaro Ko nahin jaanata hai jaga mein kapi, sankat mochan naama tihaaro || 7

Meaning: When Ahiraavana (Raavanas brother) kidnapped Raama and His brother Lakshmana, he prayed to the Goddess in various ways and prepared well for the human sacrifice of Raama. Then You went as a helper to Raama and killed Ahiraavana along with his army. In this world, who does not know that You are known as remover of obstacles, O Kapi!
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, , , , Kaaja kiyo barda devana ke, tuma beera mahaa prabhu dekhi bichaaro Kauna so sankata mora gareeba, ko jo tuma so nahin jaata hai taaro | Begi haro Hanumaana maha prabhu, so kachu sankat hoya hamaaro Ko nahin jaanata hai jaga mein kapi sankat mochan naama tihaaro || 8

Meaning: You have done deeds for great noble Ones. O brave and great Lord, cast a glance on me and then decide what pain of the destitute me cannot be removed by you? (In other words, remove all my pain!). O Hanumaan the great lord, please absolve any of our existing troubles quickly. In this world, who does not know that You are known as remover of obstacles, O Kapi! : , , Dohaa : Laal Deha Laalee Lasay, Aru Dhari Laala Langoora | Bajra Deha Daanava Dalana, Jaya Jaya Jaya kapi Soora ||

Meaning: Dohaa: Redness shines over Your body, O Red Monkey! Your body is tough as diamond and You destroy demons. Be victorious, again and again, O bravest among monkeys! ] ! ! ! Siyaa Pati Raamachandra kee jaya ! Pawana Suta Hanumaana kee jaya ! Umaa Pati Mahaadeo kee jaya !

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