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Hanuman is the son of Anjana and Kesari.Lord Hanuman Known as the Lord of Celibacy, Hanuman was a "Naistika" or Nithya Brahmachari- Complete Celibate and an ardent devotee of Lord Rama. Hanuman is one of the central characters in the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana, He symbolizes the human excellences of inner self-control, faith and service to a cause, hidden behind the first impressions of a being who looks like an Ape-Man Vanara.

Hanuman is shown here as Panchamukhi Hanuman, which means five-faced.

The origin of Panchamukhi Hanuman is related to Ramayan. During the war between Ram and Ravan, Ravana, Ravana's brother, Ahiravana - the king of Patala, abducted Ram and Lakshman. When Hanuman entered patala, he found that Ahiravana can be killed on if the five lamps kept in five different directions can be extinguished at once. Hanuman took the form of Panchamukhi Hanuman and blew air from all five faces, killing the demon Ahiravana.

The five faces are of Hayagriva, Narasimha, Garuda, Varaha, and Hanuman's  own face.

Panchamukhil Hanuman has ten arms, holding Kalash (pot), Trishul (trident), snake, sword, bow, shield, Gada (mace), axe and mountain.

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