A video of youth having Hanuman Chalisa path in sync is going viral on the internet. Reports claim that the video is from a cafe at Gurugram. It is to be noted that these youngsters have spiritual jamming every Tuesday at the cafe and read Hanuman Chalisa. Their videos are making rounds of the internet and netizens are praising them for their efforts.
Watch the video from the path here:
In this three-minute-long video boys and girls can be seen singing the Hanuman Chalisa. They are equipped with drums and dholaks and other instruments. The locals standing in front of the cafe also join them towards the end.
See how netizens responded to the video
A user with a verified Twitter account wrote, ‘Amazing.!! Such positivity in the video. Imagines vibes at the place.’ Another user wrote, ‘This should be done everywhere! After all this is the. The land where sanatan dharma belongs to’. A user said, ‘Amazing energy! I hope this goes viral and motivates people to do similar hanuman chalisa jaap across the country on Tuesday.’
Another user wrote, ‘Just keep swaying away from the tide. Enrol more people and inspire even more to join, and beware to don’t turn this in showing off exersise. And shed western attire too for such engagements. Just suggestions, even this will do enough. Jai Siya Ram.’
A user said, ‘I cudnt leave it in between! The feel and Rythm of the chant everything has so much soul it’s heartwarming to see that youth has not taken someway a U turn from alcoholon drugs with the wave of Bhakti of Sanatan it’s only getting better as we know our culture better’
Another verified user wrote, ‘Instead of drinking and singing foolish Bollywood Songs….. they are singing Hanuman Chalisa!!……it’s the beginning of Satya Yuga!!’
A user commented, ‘Cultural Renaissance happening in India. A rising power always needs a strong identity and respect for its heritage and values. Depending on others values will make you their slave.’
A user with a verified Twitter account wrote, ‘Hanuman Chalisa is the crowning gem of Awadhi language. It’s among the most sung songs in the world history’
The executive director of IMF, Dr Subramanian wrote, ‘So glad to see youngsters chanting Hanuman Chalisa. Lord Hanuman is known as “Asadhya Sadhaka Swamin”
Asadhya – which is not possible
Sadhak – He who makes the Asadhya possible
Swamin – Lord
Goswami Tulsidasji has written glowingly about the benefits of reciting Hanuman Chalisa.’
A user wrote, ‘Beginning new year to this!’
Readers must know that today is the beginning of the Hindu Nav Varsha also called as the Chaitra Shukla Pratipada. The Chaitra Navaratri also begins today (March 22) and will end on March 30.
Users are sharing this video as their way of celebrating the Nav Varsha.