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10. Ashapurna

|| आशापूर्ण हनुमते नमः ||

Chaukhamba Satti, Gopal in Gopal Mandir, Bhaktida Hanuman ji are east-facing after visiting Trilochneshwar Kalbhairav ​​ji from Prahlad Ghat. Visit Gopal Vishnu ji. Gopal devotional giver Hanumateshwaray Namah. Hanumate Namah, the giver of devotion to Gopal. (Mr. Gopal Mandir, Chaukhamba Satti). The former history of Gopal Bhaktidata Hanuman ji is as follows - Shiv Prasad Pandeji writes in page 101 of his book named Kashi Yatra - In 1890 (1890), Mahant of Gopal Mandir was Ramdas ji of Ramanand sect. Everyday thousands of men and women used to come to have darshan. Every day there was a story. Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare. This Mahamantra used to be chanted continuously, food fields used to run, dispensary used to distribute free medicines. Goswami Tulsidas ji composed the Vinay Patrika epic while staying in the cave on the west side adjacent to the Gopal temple. The huge idol of Hanuman ji was facing east in the north side of the cave. After Ramdas Mahantji, there is a Mahant priest named Krishna Saran of Nimbarkacharya sect.

Gone. He removed Hanuman ji from Tulsi cave and kept him in the garden. From the same day he got sick. Died after going beyond karma. The people of Kashi drove him out of the monastery. This is the history of Gopal Mandir. Astu, today the owners of Gopal Mandir should install the idol of Vishal Hanuman ji. People who believe in only one god in Kashi face difficulties and troubles at every step. Ashapurna Hanuman ji is facing west while having darshan of Dakshin Upshanteshwar, Sankathaji, Siddheshwari, Neelkantheshwar and Vishalakshi, Dharmeshwar from Gopal temple.


The proof of Hanuman ji is available in Vedas, Puranas, Shrutismriti Hanumannatak and Goswami Tulsidas ji’s books. Hanuman Yatra takes place on every Tuesday. And on the day of Hanuman Jayanti, in the morning after retiring from daily work, take the material of worship with you and visit Sankatmochan Hanuman ji. Sankatmochan Hanumateshwaray Namah. Sankatmochan Hanumate Namah. 

The past history of Kushtha Vyas Hanuman ji is as follows - Shiv Prasad Pandey ji writes that four hundred years ago there was a huge Ved Vyas Math (Ashram) in Karnaghanta. Mahant of that math was Shivanand Saraswati. While from 4 to 5 o’clock Veda himself used to tell the story of Vedanta. According to the same story, Hanuman ji used to come in the guise of a leprosy patient and used to sit behind everyone under the mango tree. After listening to the story, saluting Swamiji and taking the stick with his limping body, after all the devotees had left, he used to leave the leprosy disguise, eat fruits and walk slowly to the nearby garden. One day, considering Goswami Tulsidas ji to be a good deity, Brahmarakshas Pret ji of Kashi appeared to Swami ji. (Note- Even a ghost does not give darshan to an unworthy person. Despite being a sinful man, he dies in Kashi due to the virtues of many births; that sinful Brahmarakshas resides in Kashi as a ghost.) All the knowledge of even today there are lakhs of Brahmarakshas in Kashi. But they don’t cause trouble to anyone. Pret ji said - what do you want, Swamiji said - show me Hanuman ji. Pret ji started saying - Hanuman ji comes in the form of a leprosy patient in the story of Swami Shivanand Saraswati ji in Karnaghanta Ved Vyas Math. You also go and listen to the story in the same satsanna. After all the satsannas, Hanuman ji goes to the garden, as soon as you reach the garden, hold Hanuman ji’s feet tightly with both hands from behind. At the same time when Goswami ji forcefully caught the paduka of Hanuman ji. Hanumanji said - Why do you hold my feet. Remember Ramji, he will cross the Bhavsagar. Hanuman ji said that Ram ji comes to Chitrakoot’s Ramghat, go and have darshan, all your wishes will be fulfilled. By saying this, Hanuman ji disappeared. Hanuman Goswami composed 12 books.
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(Note- Beloved soul should make Guru and Ishtadev his own according to his family tradition or according to his interest).

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