Chanting (reading or reciting) the Hanuman Chalisa is thought to invoke Shri Hanuman Ji's supernatural intervention to allay fear and resolve major issues in daily, material, and spiritual life. If you have more time, you can also recite the Hanuman Chalisa 108 times, which, if done faithfully and with mental purity, is claimed to have rapid results.
The advantages of the Hanuman Chalisa are numerous, regardless of whether you chant it once, seven times, eleven times, 100 times, or 108 times. The following are just a few, drawn from my own life experiences thus far.
gain physical and mental fortitude
Become wise and intelligent
increases your understanding
Gain self-assurance and respect
protects you from significant, life-threatening issues
gives you bhakti, which increases your devotion to God
will help you in a time of financial need
will fix any problems with personal or professional relationships.
provides you with comfort
offers health and well-being
Increase your physical activity Increase your capacity for compassion and service
makes you a better person by enabling you to experience unconditional love
It is best to read or recite the Hanuman Chalisa in the early mornings and late evenings, particularly before or during sunrise and during or after sunset. Like I do, you can also say it aloud as you drive to work each day or just before bed.
As long as your heart is full of dedication, your mind is pure, and you maintained good hygiene during the period of chanting, reading, or reciting, we think it doesn't really matter.
Author of the Hanuman Chalisa
The Hanuman Chalisa's complete lyrics were first composed in the 16th century by Sant Goswami Tulsidas in the Awadhi language (an Eastern Hindi dialect associated with the ancient city of Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Rama).
It exemplifies the virtues of Shri Hanuman Ji, including his unwavering love and devotion to Lord Rama and his immeasurable power, courage, knowledge, and wisdom.