Aarti (आरती) is a Hindu religious ritual of worship, a form of puja. Aarti are the verses or poems sung in the praise of God with light from wicks soaked in ghee or camphor. In the Vedas there is a ritual of Havan or homa from here the concept of Aarti is derived. Aarti is generally performed one to five times daily at the end of worship. It is performed during all Hindus ceremonies. The word may also refer to the traditional Hindu devotional song that is sung during the ritual. Aarti is performed and sung to develop the highest love for God. In procedure of “Aarti” it involves the circulating of an 'Aarti plate' or 'Aarti lamp' around a person or god and is generally accompanied by the singing of songs in praise of that God or person. It is said that lamp is supposed to acquire the spiritual power. The priest circulates the plate or lamp to all those present. They cup their down-turned hands over the flame and then raise their palms to their forehead to get the blessings of God. In Hinduism there are different versions of aarties for different Gods. In holydrops.com one can find hindi lyrics of all the aarties of hindu God and Goddesses. Aarti in hindi language are provided for easy pronunciation for all members. English Aarties are also provided. Aarti Video links are also provided.


Brihaspati Vrat Ki Arti

Jai jai arti Ram tumhari ! Ram dyalu bhakt hitkari II Janhit pragte Hari vratdhari I Jan Prahlad pritgya pari II Drupadsuta ko chir badhayo I Gaj ke kaj pyade dhayo II Das sir ch...

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Annpurna Mata Aarti

Om jai Annpurna mata, jai Annpurna mata. Brahma  snatan devi, shubh phal ki data. Arikul padam vinashini jan sevak trata. Jagjivan jagdamba harihar gungata. Sihn ko va...

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Om Jai Jagdish Hare Aarti

This is one of the most famous aarti of God Vishnu recited in India by Hindus. This aarti is specially recited by common Hindu people who worship God Vishnu at their homes.   Om j...

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Aarti Shri Ganga Ji Ki

This is the aarti of Maa Ganga who resides in the hairs of God Shiva. Ganga is the holiest river in India and it is believed that even one bath in this will remove all sins. The river Ganga ...

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Shri Ram Aarti

This is the aarti of Shri Ram Chander ji, seventh incarnation (avatar) of God Vishnu. Shri Ram Chander is considered as supreme human being. He spent all his life fulfilling various duties w...

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Maa Kali Aarti

This is the Aarti of Maa Kali who is the Goddess of Death. The word Kalli is derived from Kaal (Time), as no one can escape his/her death from Kaal so Maa Kali signifies Death. Maa Kali always destr...

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Aarti Shri Lakshmi Mata

This is the Aarti of Goddess Mahalakshmi, the Goddess of wealth, prosperity and material things. She is the wife of God Vishnu and is worshiped by all the hindu people all over India. On diwali fest...

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Aarti Shri Gayatri Ji Ki

This is the aarti of Goddess Gayatri  who in Hinduism is the combination of all the three faces of creation. She is portrayed as shinning with unmatched brilliance. She is the mother of the God...

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Shri Saraswati Mata Aarti

This is the Aarti of Saraswati Mata recited in the Hindi Language by the devotees for seeking Her blessings. Mata Saraswati is the Hindu Goddess of learning, arts and higher knowledge. Every artist ...

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Shri Krishna Aarti

This is aarti of Lord Krishna, the eighth incarnation of God Vishnu. Krishna is the god of love and He had killed King Kansa who was very cruel. The worship of Krishna is popular not only in India, ...

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