Hanuman is mostly known as the passionate devotee of Lord Rama. He himself is worshiped as a god among the religious Hindus. He is commonly known as the Brangbali and plays a central character in the Hindu Epic Ramayana. We can find his name in various other religious and mythological texts. This deity looks like a vanara or monkey. In Hindu Puranas he is mentioned as an incarnation of Lord Shiva. Hanuman is the son of Anjana and Kesari and he was born in the Benaras. The name of Hanuman has many histories. Some ancient texts suggest that it is derived from Hanu means “Jaw” and man or “mant” that means “Disfigured”. That means Hanuman means one who has a disfigured jaw. He is also famous as the son of deity Vayu, the God of wind.