Participants of a four-week yoga teacher training sing the mantra or the kirtan Jay Bajarangabali in a Saturday evening satsang at Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg, Germany:
Jay Bajaranga Bali
Jay Hanumana Ki
Jay Mahavira, Jay Hanuman
Jay Gurudeva, Karo Kalyan
"Jay Bajarangabali" is a Hanuman Kirtan, a song to worship Hanuman. It's a song that gives you strength and confidence, a mantra that helps you find somewhere new optimism and new power to do things. It calls Hanuman in his heroic aspects. Jay means "victory" or "homage", also means "may triumph", "long live". "Long live Bajaranga", Bajaranga is a Hanuman name. He is of strong body, Baja means "strong" and "solid". Anga means body, body part. "Jay Bajarangabali" - Bali means "powerful".
You will find further explanations about the meaning of this mantra in the Online Yoga Vidya Yoga Vidya Kirtan Songbook under the number 212. If you are interested in seminars with mantras and music, then you will find many seminars on this topic in our online seminar overview. There are many english seminars every year in the different ashrams of Yoga Vidya. You can find them all by clicking here.
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