you may like to be introduced to Swami Bananananda!
Swami Bananananda lives in the high branches of the tallest mangrove tree in the Sunderbans Tiger Preserve of the Gangetic delta. He is considered to be a partial manifestation (less than 5% by weight) of Lord Rama's great devotee Hanumanji.
Here is an excerpt from an article featuring our Swami bananandaji:
Q: If you don't mind my asking, Swami, when did you first realize that you were an incarnation of Hanumanji?
A: The first sign, I believe, appeared when I was about three years old. My grandfather used to wear a pair of glasses with bright shiny gold wire rims. One day I sneaked up behind him, jumped on his head, grabbed the glasses and scampered off to hide under the kitchen table. Then when I was about seven I took to climbing to the top of the dining room hutch and throwing peanut shells down into my aunt's plate of dal. A couple of years later during monsoon season I insisted on trying to jump over every puddle I saw in the road, no matter how big it might be. By then we had pretty much figured it out. If you dig deeply into our hole-y books, you'll find that all the signs and symptoms described for a manifestation were in evidence. But enough about me?it is merely a fiery monkey's tale. I thought you had some questions.
Excerpted from 'Global Vedanta' magazine,Fall 2009 edition-Good articles are featured in this edition -Swami Damodarananda of R K Mutt reminiscing on his meeting with Sri Bhagavan and other articles .
You may download it here:http://www.vedanta-seattle.org/rkma/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/GVFall09OPTZED.pdf