Hanuman, the devotee of Rama, carrying Sanjeevani Mountain from Himalayas to Lanka.
Hindu god Hanuman, the divine Vanar (monkey), is an ardent devotee of Ram—an avatar (incarnation) of Hindu God Vishnu. He is the son of Vanar (monkey) king Kesari and Anjana. He is also believed to be one of the avatars (incarnation) of Hindu god Shiva on Earth. Lord Pawan (Wind God) had blessed him with his powers when he was in Anjana’s womb. For this reason, he is also known as Pawanputra. During the war in Lanka, when Lakshman was injured fatally by the arrow of Ravan’s son Indrajeet, Hanuman flew up the north to Himalayas and carried entire mountain filled with medicinal herbs to Lanka to cure Lakshman.