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The word Navaratri is a sanskrit word which means nine nights. During Navratri Durga Maa Arti is performed two times a day. Maanga sinduura viraajata Ujjvalase dauu naina Chandravana niiko On your forehead is a resplendent mark of vermilion along with a mark of musk signifying good luck. Your twin eyes are bright and your face is as beautiful as the moon. Kanaka samaana kalevara, Raktapushpa galamaala, Kanthahaara saaje Your body with a tinge of gold is splendidly dressed in red attire; on your throat lies a wreath of red blossoms just as beautiful as a necklace. Kehari vaahana raajata, Sura nara munijana sevata, Tinake dukha haari Your vehicle, the lion, is, O Mother in keeping with your splendid form; you bear a sword and a skull in your hands, and on you attend the gods, men, hermits and your votaries whose grief you drive away.

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For example, it can be a form of respect when performed to elders, prayers when performed to deities, or hope when performed for homes or vehicles. Emotions and prayers are often silent while doing Aarti, but this is determined by the person carrying out the ritual or the holiday involved. Ganges river and concentrates on the form of god by looking into the eyes of the deity it is said that eyes are the windows to the soul to get immersed.

The flame of the aarti illuminates the various parts of the deity so that the performer and onlookers may better see and concentrate on the form. Aarti is waved in circular fashion, in clockwise manner around the deity. The idea here is that aarti represents our daily activities, which revolves around god, a center of our life. Looking at god while performing aarti reminds the performer and the attendees of the aarti to keep god at the center of all activities and reinforces the understanding that routine worldly activities are secondary in importance.

This understanding would give the believers strength to withstand the unexpected grief and keeps them humble and remindful of god during happy moments.

A third commonly held understanding of the ritual is that aarti serves as a reminder to stay vigilant so that the forces of material pleasures and desires cannot overcome the individual.

Just as the lighted wick provides light and chases away darkness, the vigilance of an individual can keep away the influence of the material world. Aarti can performed not only to all forms of life, but also inanimate objects which help in progress of the culture.

This is exemplified by performer of the aarti waving aarti to all the devotees as the aarti comes to the end — signifying that everyone has a part of god within that the performer respects and bows down to. It is also a common practice to perform aarti to inanimate objects like vehicles, electronics etc. It is similar to the ritual of doing auspicious red mark s using kanku kumkum and rice.

Aarti songs[ edit ] Aarti dance in Bangalore, It primarily eulogizes to the deity the ritual is being offered to, and several sects have their own version of the common aarti songs that are often sung on chorus at various temples, during evening and morning aartis. Sometimes they also contain snippets of information on the life of the gods. The most commonly sung aarti is that which is dedicated to all deities is Om Jai Jagdish Hare , known as "The Universal Aarti" and is another common aarti song.

In Ganesha worship, the aarti Sukhakarta Dukhaharta is popular. In most temples in India, aarti is performed at least twice a day, after the ceremonial puja , which is the time when the largest number of devotees congregates.

In Pushtimarg Havelis, aarti is performed by a sole mukhiyaji priest while Haveli Sangeet Kirtan is being sung. Devotees only watch the aarti being done and do not get to take a major part in it. During bhajan or utsavs festivals celebrated at home, Jai Jai Shree Yamuna is sung while devotees perform aarti. It is said that Sandhya Aarti is done to see if Lord Shrinathji had gotten hurt while playing outside because it is performed after sundown.

In Sikhism the aarti sung is Gagan mein thaal. Aarti in southern Indian temples [ edit ] Aarti performed at southern Indian temples consists of offering a camphor lamp or oil lamp to the Deities and then distributing it to the devotees, who line up. They hover their hands over the flame and touch their hands to their eyes, this may be done once or three times. It is the last ritual performed in puja. Aarti in Gaudiya Vaishnavism[ edit ] Group arati at the Dashashwamedh Ghat Lighted incense ceremony Aarti steps In Gaudiya Vaishnavism , aarti refers to the whole puja ritual, of which offering the lamp is only one part.

A shankha conch is blown to start the aarti, then an odd number of incense sticks are offered to the deity. The lamp is offered next, and then circulated among the devotees. A conch is then filled with water, and offered; the water is then poured into a sprinkler and sprinkled over the devotees. A cloth and flowers are then offered, and the flowers are circulated to the devotees, who sniff them.

The deity is then fanned with a camara whisk, and a peacock fan in hot countries. Aarti dance in Durga Puja[ edit ] See also: Natyashastra During the Bengali festival Durga Puja ritual drummers — dhakis , carrying large leather-strung dhak , show off their skills during ritual dance worships called Aarati or Dhunuchi dance.

The concept is similar to bowing before Guru Granth Sahib on knees.

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Durga Aarti – Jai Ambe Gauri lyrics in Hindi

For example, it can be a form of respect when performed to elders, prayers when performed to deities, or hope when performed for homes or vehicles. Emotions and prayers are often silent while doing Aarti, but this is determined by the person carrying out the ritual or the holiday involved. Ganges river and concentrates on the form of god by looking into the eyes of the deity it is said that eyes are the windows to the soul to get immersed. The flame of the aarti illuminates the various parts of the deity so that the performer and onlookers may better see and concentrate on the form. Aarti is waved in circular fashion, in clockwise manner around the deity. The idea here is that aarti represents our daily activities, which revolves around god, a center of our life. Looking at god while performing aarti reminds the performer and the attendees of the aarti to keep god at the center of all activities and reinforces the understanding that routine worldly activities are secondary in importance.

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Jai Ambe Gauri Aarti lyrics and meaning for your Friday prayers

Today I brought ambe maa aarti for you. Do it daily and get blessing of ambe maa. She is maa and she will take all your sorrows and will give immense happiness and success to everyone. Mang sindur virajat tiko mrigamad ko Ujjwal se dou naina chandrawadan niko Maiya.. Kanak saman kalevar raktambar raje Rakt pushp gal mala kanthan par saje Maiya.. Kehari wahan rajat khadag khappar dhari Sur-nar-munijan sewat tinake dukhahari Maiya.. Kaanan kundal shobhit nasagre moti Kotik chandr diwakar rajat sam jyoti Maiya..

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आरती: जय अम्बे गौरी, मैया जय श्यामा गौरी। (Jai Ambe Gauri Maiya Jai Shyama Gauri)

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