Samarth Ramdas Swami has composed the Maruti Stotram , the great saint of 17th century. Here, Samarth Ramdas Swami describes Maruti (Hanuman) and praises him in the various stanzas of the Maruti stotram. The first 13 stanzas describe Maruti, and the later 4 are the phalashruti (or what are the merits / benefits that one derives from reciting this stotra). One who recites the Maruti stotram, all their troubles, difficulties and worries are vanished by the blessings of Sri Hanuman. They become trouble free from all their enemies & all evil things. It is said in the that stotram fulfills all wishes when recited for 1100 times.
श्रीगणेशाय नम: ॥
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