Hanuman Hinduism is supposed to be 'apauruseya', i., of impersonal origin & so also are the Gods of Hinduism. They are eternal & though the deities appear to be different & independent, they are really facets of the same Brahman, the Supreme God.
Lord Hanuman is considered as embodiment of Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. Lord Hanuman is easily approachable and there is no prayer to Him which is ever left unanswered. Lord Hanuman represents Consciousness -highly evolved prana or life energy. Lord Hanuman is very simple and compassionate; yet he is also very powerful and courageous. He never hesitates to bestow the quickest and the most abundant benefits to his devotee. Lord Hanuman makes one brave and fearless. Protect us
hows Hanuman, the monkey god, after setting fire to the island Lanka and the palace of the demon king Ravana, by trailing his burning tail behind him. He is seen here flying back to the mainland to rejoin Rama and give him valuable information on Ravana's forces.
Some say Hanuman was born as the son of the King and Queen of the Monkeys. To others, he is the son of Anjana, an female Apsara who had been transformed into a monkey by a curse, and Vayu, the wind god. It is also said that from his father Vayu Hanuman received the ability to fly. In this painting, Hanuman is seen as a child, playing with his father and mother, King and Queen of the Monkey Kingdom.