The Hanuman Chalisa (Devanagari: हनुमान चालीसा; Hindi pronunciation: [ɦənʊmaːn tʃaːliːsaː]; literally Forty chaupais on Hanuman) is a Hindu devotional hymn (stotra) addressed to Hanuman.[1][2] It is traditionally believed to have been authored by 16th-century poet Tulsidas in the Awadhi language,[1] and is his best known text apart from the Ramcharitmanas.[3][4] The word "chālīsā" is derived from "chālīs", which means the number forty in Hindi, as the Hanuman Chalisa has 40 verses (excluding the couplets at the beginning and at the end).

Om Jai Jagdish Hare is a Hindu bhajan (devotional song), composed in or near the 1870s by Pandit Shardha Ram Phillauri in Punjab, India. Although a Hindi language composition, it is widely sung by many Hindus within the Indian Diaspora, regardless of their mother tongues.