Sunderkand Paath

Sunderkand is the Raam-charit-manas chapter that focuses primarily on Lord Hanuman. The epic, written by Goswami Tulsidas, is as auspicious as reading Hanuman Chalisa. Narrating and hearing sunderkand brings happiness and fulfilment to the person. This epic contains many stories that inspire people to seek peace and harmony and to let go of their mental anguish.

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Sunderkand is so effective that reciting it on a regular basis will aid in the warding off of evils. It removes all negativity and challenges from one’s life and bestows happiness and prosperity on the individual. The epic depicts how a true devotee overcomes all obstacles in order to fulfil his devotion.

Sunderkand shows you how to overcome any obstacle or unfavourable circumstance in life if you want to do so. Lord Hanuman’s crossing of the ocean in Seeta Mata’s dedication is an example of how knowledge and vigour can overcome every challenge in life.

Regularly reciting Sunderkand improves a person’s strength and determination. They achieve mental peace, which encourages and motivates them to complete life’s daunting tasks.

It also shows that devotees with a pure heart, noble thoughts, and a sound mind are often appreciated by God. “Nirmal Man Jan So Mohe Paava, Mohe Kapat Chaal Chidra Na Bhaava,” says Nirmal Man Jan.

Sunderkand is important for improving a person’s financial situation. It safeguards one’s health and protects one from disease.


The priest evokes all the gods and goddesses. He then offers haldi, kumkum, chadan, sweets, flowers, dhup and diya to Lord Hanuman and all other deities. This is followed by continuous jaap of Sundarkand paath. The paath concludes with hanuman aarti.

Auspicious Muhurat

Sundarkand paath can be organized on any auspicious day to seek the blessings of the Lord Hanumana.


The samagri for Sundarkand path are as follows:

  • Kanku
  • Haldi
  • Abeer
  • Gulal 
  • Sindoor 
  • Ghee
  • Coconut
  • Pachrangi Nada
  • Yagyopaveet
  • Perfume 
  • Agarbatti
  • Dhoopbatti 
  • Kapoor
  • Cotton wool
  • Matchbox
  • Badi Supari
  • Pancmewa
  • Betel
  • clove
  • Elaichi 
  • Fruit 
  • Garland 
  • Flower 
  • Prasad 


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