The importance of Hanuman Chalisa is to be explored. Author feels that the small booklet (Hanuman Chalisa) is the theme of Veda, Upanishad and Bhagwad Gita; how?
The knowledge and bliss expressed in four Vedas are described by 1 lakh mantras (of course, some are repeated). To have the grip on Veda, very exhaustive Grantha of Sanatan Dharma, the seers of Ancient Indian Wisdom (AIW) have developed Upanishads. This means that the Upanishads are the condensed form of Vedas. Further, lord Krishna has simplified the understanding of Upanishads by teaching Gita to Arjuna. This means that Bhagwad Gita is condensed form of Upanishad. In early 17th century, Shri Tulsidas has visualized the condensed form of Bhagwad Gita and he wrote forty Choupai (verses) of Hanuman Chalisa, which is again the condensed form of Bhagwad Gita. In nutshell, we can conclude that Hanuman Chalisa consists of essence of Veda & Upanishad (though, it is the smallest treasures of Veda) and the same has been explored by the author in the scientific manner. The articles on important verses (Choupai) are being placed before the reader to comment.