I gave a gist of it.
Abhishek Labhe

Yes! That closely resembles the story I have heard. Also — in this westernized version, Hamuman’s jaw was broken when he thought the sun was a mango and was struck back to earth. Bringing the mountain/herb to Ram to heal Lakshman was a sort of redemption. Ahhhh, the story is told when we attempt hanumanasana — the splits. It is named that after his broken jaw?

And — Throwing Rice — Symbol of fertility and prosperity, traced back to the Romans. Did you find something similar?

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