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does really sri hanumanta devaru tried to eat sri surya deva (sun) when he was a baby:

does really sri hanumanta devaru tried to eat sri surya deva (sun) when he was a  baby: sri hanumanta devaru was a very young baby (probably 12 days old), when he saw sri surya devaru was shining very bright as golden colour. it was a amaavaasya (new moon) day and it was a day of surya grahana (solar eclipse). sri hanumanta devaru saw rahu moving towards sri surya devaru to make surya grahana. witnessing this sri hanumanta devaru jumped into the sky and moved in the air as fast as vaayu / wind (since he himself was the avataara of sri mukhyapraana devaru / sri vaayu devaru) and saved sri surya devaru by hitting a punch 👊 to rahu. thus rahu was frightened 😱 of sri hanumanta devaru and ran to seek help from sri Indra devaru. we should note that sri hanumanta devaru is next sri brahma devaru. thus sri hanumanta devaru is full of knowledge and he is very much aware of what he should do and what he shouldn't do. it doesn't matter to sri hanumanta devaru whether he is 12 days old or just born or 12 years or 100 years or any age. sri hanumanta devaru will remain as sri hanumanta devaru in his all ages. whether he on earth 🌍 or in sri satya loka or in the himaalaya or in sri vaikuntta loka or any place, it doesn't matter to the great sri sita raama bhakta (sri hanumanta devaru). in the sri moola raamaayana and sri vaalmiki raamaayana, it is very clearly written that sri hanumanta devaru didn't fly in the air to eat / swallow sri surya devaru. but instead sri hanumanta devaru went in the air to save sri surya devaru from the clutches of rahu (solar eclipse making chaya / shadow). sri hanumanta devaru is called ruju devaru. ruju devaru (sri hanumanta devaru and sri chaturmukha brahma devaru) doesn't have any kind of pain or doubt or dilemma or question in their any age. kindly don't follow guru who himself is a fool. follow a guru who has come in a parampara. who's aadi (grand first) guru would be sri hari / sri Krishna / sri raama. don't follow the nuisance type of stories which are shown on the television or any other media without proper and correct guru. sri gurubhyo namaha om sri Krishnaaya namaha.

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