'Journey of Hanuman' preserves moments still existing in India that have not been disturbed by globalization and are connected with the antique spiritual knowledge of India. I wanted to link such scenes with two great poets: Octavio Paz, the famous writer, noble prize recipient of Mexico, who served as Mexico's ambassador to India from 1962 to 1968, a time of rapid change and open creativity. The spiritual bond between the famous writer and the people of India, and his love poems written there, became a source of inspiration to the world. I also related this film with the poet Valmiky who wrote the Sanskrit epic 'The Ramayana'; love and adventure scenes are performed underwater. This story is on the heart of the Indian people and shows the highest love between Rama and Sita, and the fight against the corruption of demon Ravana. Hanuman is the great warrior god of this epic and film.
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