Kesari (Ramayana)

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Kesari was a male vanara who was brave and inquisitive by nature–and a chief.wikipedia
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He was the father of the Hindu god Hanuman and husband of Anjana.
Hanuman, known as the Lord of Celibacy is an ideal "Brahmachari" or called Baal Brahmachari or "Naisthika Brahmachari in Sanskrit and is one of the central characters of the Indian epic Ramayana . As one of the Chiranjivi, he is also mentioned in several other texts, such as the Mahabharata'' and the various Puranas. Hanuman is the son of Anjana and Kesari and is also son of the wind-god Pawan, who according to several stories, played a role in his Avatar.

Añjanā

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He was the father of the Hindu god Hanuman and husband of Anjana.
According to a version of the legend, was an apsara named Puñjikastalā, who was born on earth as a vanara princess and married Kesari, a vanara chief.

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Kesari was a male vanara who was brave and inquisitive by nature–and a chief.

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Together with Anjana, he prayed to the god Shiva for a son.

Sugriva

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Kesari was a chief of Sugriva's vanara force.

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The birth of God becomes necessary to eliminate the terror of Ravana, leading to the birth of two of the most powerful and mutually attached gods: Shri Rama and Hanuman, sons of Ayodhya's King Dashrath and the ape-headed King Kesari respectively.

Hanuman Jayanti

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The Valmiki Ramayana states that his father Kesari was the son of Brihaspati, he was the King of a place named Sumeru.

Ramcharitmanas

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Hanuman is joined by Angad, Nala, Nila, Kesari and Jambavan as well as many others as they head to the south.