Hanuman Statue Brings Devotion

By The Spiritual Explorer | Published 27 February, 2016

If I were to ask for humility and devotion, I would of course rightly assume that any Hanuman statue brings devotion. Each Hanuman statue brings devotion and depicts Hanuman’s service and utter fealty to his Lord and Master Rama. One only needs to read the famed epic Ramayana to see the adventures of Hanuman and how one humble monkey had no other purpose in life than to show his service through his acts of love and devotion. If one were to think of one-pointed, go no further than think of Hanuman, a beloved god who took on the form of a monkey in order to show his humility and humanity.

Stories of Hanuman are depicted in the Ramayana, a Sanskrit epic poem ascribed to the Hindu sage and Sanskrit poet Valmiki. The Ramayana was an important influence on later Sanskrit poetry and Hindu life and culture. Like the Mahabarata , the Ramayana is not just a story: it presents the teachings of ancient Hindu sages in narrative allegory, interspersing philosophical and devotional elements. The characters Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Bharata, Hanuman and Ravana are all fundamental to the cultural consciousness of India, Nepal and many south-east Asian countries such as Thailand and Indonesia.

Here are some Hanuman statues that will reflect various moments and personalities of Hanuman.

This is a Hanuman statue easily carried in one’s pocket that is made of ivory substitute material, which is hand cast and full of details. Washable, you don’t have to worry about putting it in dark pockets of any of your clothes. Incarnated as a monkey in order to serve God Rama, this sweet reflection of Hanuman can be your constant traveler and companion.

Minute glass beads in its make-up provide the statue with durability and shine.

In the entire odyssey of Hanuman’s attempts to capture Sita from the demon Ravenna in the Ramayana, Laxman’s Rama’s brother becomes wounded in the war and falls unconscious. Hanuman is sent to fetch Sanjivani, a powerful life-restoring herb that grows on a mountain in the Himalayas. Since Hanuman had difficulty identifying the herb, he decided to lift the entire mountain and brought it to the battlefield, a simple but life saving bravery, steadfast devotion, humility, and protection gesture for sure.


Mandirs usually house sacred statues, and this sacred Hanuman statue has its own mandir. Here he sits on a soap stone 4” high in this mandir. This adult Hanuman statue is made of resin and is richly and attractively detailed. It is said that Hanuman is gifted with 28 transcendental powers, each one of which he has perfected.


This Hanuman statue can easily fit into a pocket or purse. This is my favorite Hanuman statue because he is kneeling and presenting  devotion to Ram. If you ask this Hanuman statue for humility and kindness, it sets the stage for your own happiness and kindness.

These Hanuman statues can be used to inspire you to be creative, persevering, and selfless in serving others.Any one who purchases a Hanuman statute has in mind or prayer the desire to adopt qualities such as bravery, protection, humility and service.

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