Hanuman is one of several zoomorphic characters in Indian mythology, but is the only wholly animal figure who is revered as a god today. The mythic texts speak of him as a monkey child of the Wind God, as possessing enormous strength, keen intellect and a mastery over the Vedas and other branches of learning.
Hanuman (/ˈhʌnʊˌmɑːn/; Sanskrit: हनुमान्, IAST: Hanumān) is a Hindu god and heavenly vanara partner of the god Rama. Master Hanuman is one of the focal characters of the Hindu epic Ramayana. He is a fervent aficionado (for Ruler Rama) and one of the chiranjeevis. He is additionally referenced in a few different writings, for example, the epic Mahabharata and the different Puranas. Hanuman is additionally child of the breeze god Vayu, who as indicated by a few stories, assumed a job in his birth.
The proof of reverential love to him is absent in the writings and archeological locales of antiquated and the vast majority of the archaic period. As per Philip Lutgendorf, an American Indologist known for his examinations on Hanuman, the philosophical hugeness and reverential commitment to Hanuman rose around 1,000 years after the piece of the Ramayana,