Many a times it may happen that due to bad planetary influences a person may only be facing failures in life. During such times, Bajrang Baan and Hanuman Chalisa should be recited. Everyone is well versed with Hanuman Chalisa but not many know about Bajrang Baan. Bajrang means Lord Hanuman and Baan means his Arrow. Which together means that Lord Hanuman's Baan, which is bound to hit the target and nothing, can stop it.
It is said that if Bajrang Baan is recited even for one time, lord Hanuman himself comes there. I am giving a Prayog of Hanuman ji. In this Prayog, the procedure is the same for Bajrang Baan and Hanuman Chalisa. The Sadhak can decide whether he wants to read Hanuman Chalisa or Bajrang Baan. Suggestively, Bajrang Baan if there has been an unfilled wish since a long time or if there is a life threatening situation. Bajrang Baan should not be recited on a regular basis without a particular purpose and mistake should not be made while reading Bajrang Baan. Bajrang Baan is extremely powerful and the devotee should not get scared when he is doing Anushthaan or he will mostly become a lunatic.
Following is the Hanuman Chalisa and Bajrang Baan Prayog:
There are two variations of this Prayog:
1] The first one is just a onetime prayog:
The devotee has to do the Anushthaan on the first Tuesday of Shukla Paksha or Hanuman Jayanti or Ram Navami in the morning. He has to sit on a Kush Aasan, wear red clothes, and keep a photo of Ram Darbar in front of him. An Akhand Diya has to be made. The Sadhak has to take 1-1 fistful of flours- wheat, rice, Green Gram, Lentil (Udad Dal) and Black Sesame and make a dough using Gangajal and then the Diya. If using 5 grains is not possible then, he should make a Diya of wheat flour using Gangajal. After this, He should then use a white, raw cotton thread [kaccha sut ka dhaaga] and measure the thread from his head to toe 7 times and use it to light the Diya.
He should then do Dhyaan and Pujan of Lord Ganesha, the Guru and Lord Rama.He should recite "Om Raamaay namah" at least 5 Malas. The Sadhak should then take a Sankalp of chanting Hanuman Chalisa or Bajrang Baan that particular day 108 times. If possible, the recitation should be done in a single sitting.
On the day of Anushthaan, The Day before and The Day after the Anushthan; the person has to maintain Brahmacharya and should only eat vegetarian food without onion and garlic. The person can also observe fast on the day of Anushthaan. The place where he is doing the Anushthaan should be clean and nobody should disturb him. Especially if he is reciting Bajrang Baan, in the place where the Sadhak is doing the Anushthaan, other people should not come. During the entire Anushthaan, the Diya should be kept burning.
2] The second long term Prayog:
This Prayog the same as above except the difference is that, the Anushthaan has to be done for 40 days in case of Bajrang Baan and 45 days in case of Hanuman Chalisa. The Sankalp has to be taken accordingly. The Anushthan has to be commenced from the first Tuesday of a Shukla Paksha. The number of recitations for Bajrang Baan and Hanuman chalisa is 11,21,31, 54 or 108 times daily. The Akhand Diya should be kept burning for the respective number of days in the same place. The Ram Darbar too should not be moved. One must regularly pray to Guru and Lord Ganesha for success in the Anushthan.