Chanting of Hanuman Chalisa

Hanuman Chalisa Pathan

From 21 September to 27 September 2020

Chanting of Hanuman Chalisa

Hari Om,

A very joyful news for all Shraddhavans.

Every year, the weeklong chanting (pathan) of Shree Hanuman Chalisa is held at Shree Aniruddha Gurukshetram. This year, Online pathan will be held from Monday, 21st September 2020 to Sunday, 27th September 2020. Keeping in mind the multiple constraints being faced this year due to the pandemic situation, it is not possible to have the pathan at Aniruddha Gurukshetram, therefore, it has been decided to organize this event virtually.

The video recording of Hanuman Chalisa pathan over the last few years will be streamed through the Website, Facebook page and YouTube channel of 'Aniruddha TV'. Also, the audio of the same will be broadcast through 'Aniruddha Bhajan Music Radio' for the benefit of all Shraddhavans.

Any Shraddhavan may participate in the pathan as a 'japak' , from their own home for one or more number of days as per their own wish. As per the usual practice, the Chanting will be performed in two batches, 'A' and 'B', and a Shraddhavan can only be a part of one batch each day.

The timetable of pathan will be as under:

'A' Batch'B' BatchAvartans - (No. of Chanting)Shraddhavans in both the batches will perform chanting in the slots of 1-hour each. They will have to attend 6 such slots during the day. When japaks of 'Batch A' chant, japaks from 'Batch B' will have a break and vice versa.
8 am to 8:15 am, japaks of both the batches will chant together.3
18:15 am to 9 am9 am to 10 am8 + 11
210 am to 11 am11 am to 12 pm11 + 11
312 pm to 1 pm1 pm to 2 pm11 + 11
42 pm to 3 pm3 pm to 4 pm11 + 11
54 pm to 5 pm5 pm to 6 pm11 + 11
66 pm to 7 pm7 pm to 8 pm11 + 11
8:00 pm to 8:15 pm, japaks of both the batches will chant together3

To participate in the chanting, Shraddhavans can register at the following link:

https://pathan.aniruddha-devotionsentience.com

|| Hari Om || || Shree Ram || || Ambadnya ||

|| Naathsanvidh ||

Hanuman Chalisa Pathan

From 21 September to 27 September 2020
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