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Complete Maa Durga Aarti lyrics

Maa Durga Aarti is a heartfelt expression of devotion and reverence towards Goddess Durga, the divine mother who embodies the supreme power of the universe.

Aarti, in its essence, is a ritual of worship, where devotees offer their prayers and gratitude to the deity through the medium of light, sound, and song.

In this article, we will delve deep into the significance of Maa Durga Aarti , its verses, and the spiritual experience it imparts to the faithful.

Maa Durga, also known as Adi Parashakti, is the epitome of feminine power and represents the triumph of good over evil.

Her divine form is described as radiant and majestic, symbolizing the cosmic energy that sustains the universe.

Maa Durga Aarti , like all aartis, is performed with deep devotion and love, creating an intimate connection between the devotee and the devi.

The Maa Durga Aarti typically takes place during the evening or morning worship, depending on individual preferences and traditions. The aarti plate is adorned with a diya (oil lamp), incense sticks, camphor, and flowers.

The devotees light the diya and incense, creating an ambiance of purity and sanctity. The flickering flame of the diya signifies the divine light of Maa Durga, dispelling darkness from our lives.

The verses of Maa Durga Aarti are profoundly meaningful, praising the various attributes and forms of the goddess.

They often describe her as the destroyer of evil, the protector of the righteous, and the compassionate mother who listens to the prayers of her devotees.

The devotees join in, singing the aarti with utmost devotion, their voices resonating with love and surrender.

The Maa Durga Aarti serves as a bridge between the mortal world and the divine realm.

It is not merely a ritual but an expression of unwavering faith and love towards the goddess.

As the aarti progresses, the devotees surrender their ego, fears, and desires to Maa Durga, seeking her blessings for a harmonious and prosperous life.

Maa Durga Aarti is not confined to temples alone; it is also a cherished practice in households during Navratri and other festive occasions.

Families gather together to perform the aarti, passing on the tradition from one generation to another.

It instills a sense of spirituality, unity, and cultural richness among the devotees.

The fervor and devotion with which Maa Durga Aarti is performed are a testament to the enduring power of faith.

Maa Durga Aarti

It is a moment when the material world fades away, and the devotee is immersed in the divine presence of the goddess.

The aarti is a reminder that, in times of darkness and despair, Maa Durga’s light and grace are always there to guide and protect us.

Maa Durga Aarti lyrics

Jay Ambe Gauri, Maiya Jay Shyama Gauri ।
Tumko NisDin Dhyawat, Hari Brahma Shivri ।।

Om Jay Ambe Gauri.. ।।

Mang Sindur Virajat, Tiko Mrigmad Ko।
Ujjwal Se Dou Naina, ChandraVadan Neeko।।

Om Jay Ambe Gauri.. ।।

Kanak Saman Kalevar, Raktambar Raje।
 Rakt Pushpgala Gal Mala, Kanthan Par sajhe।।

Om Jay Ambe Gauri.. ।।

keHari Vahan Rajat, Khadak Khapper Dhari ।
Sur-Nar-Munijan Sevak, Inke Dukh Hari ।।

Om Jay Ambe Gauri.. ।।

Kanan Kundal Shobhit, Nasagray Moti ।
 Kotik Chandra Diwakar, Sum Rajat Jyoti ।।

Om Jay Ambe Gauri.. ।।

Shambhu Shambhu Vidari, Mahishasur Ghaati ।
Dhumar Vilochan Naina, NishDin MadMaati ।।

Om Jay Ambe Gauri.. ।।

Chand-Mund Sahare, Sonit Beej Hare ।
Madhu Katav Dou Mare, Sur Bhay Heen Kare ।।

Om Jay Ambe Gauri.. ।।

Brahmani Rudrani, Tum Kamla Rani ।
Aagam Nigam bakhanee Tum Shiv Patrani ।।

Om Jay Ambe Gauri.. ।।

Chausath Yogini Mangal Gavat, Nritya Karat Bhairav ।
Bajat Taal Mridanga Aru Bajat Damru ।।

Om Jay Ambe Gauri.. ।।

Tum Hi Ho Jag Mata, Tum Hi Ho Bharta ।

Bhaktan Ki Dukh Harta, Sukh sampatti Karta ।।

Om Jay Ambe Gauri.. ।।

Bhuja Char AtiShobhit, Khadak Khappad Dhari ।

Manvanchit Fal Paavat, Sevat Nar Nari ।।

Om Jay Ambe Gauri.. ।।

Kanchan Thaal Virajat, Agar Kapoor Bati ।

Shri malketu Mein Raajat, Koti Ratan Jyoti ।।

Om Jay Ambe Gauri.. ।।

Ambe ji ki Aarti Jo Koi Nar Gaave ।

Kahat Shivanand Swami Sukh Sampatti Pave ।।

Jay Ambe Gauri…. ।।

Jay Ambe Gauri, Maiya Jay Shyama Gauri ।।

जय अम्बे गौरी, मैया जय श्यामा गौरी ।

तुमको निशदिन ध्यावत -२ , हरि ब्रह्मा शिवरी ॥

ॐ जय अम्बे गौरी..॥

मांग सिंदूर विराजत, टीको मृगमद को ।

उज्ज्वल से दोउ नैना -२, चंद्रवदन नीको ॥

ॐ जय अम्बे गौरी..॥

कनक समान कलेवर, रक्ताम्बर राजै ।

रक्तपुष्प गल माला -२, कंठन पर साजै ॥

ॐ जय अम्बे गौरी..॥

केहरि वाहन राजत, खड्ग खप्पर धारी ।

सुर-नर-मुनिजन सेवत -२, तिनके दुखहारी ॥

ॐ जय अम्बे गौरी..॥

कानन कुण्डल शोभित, नासाग्रे मोती ।

कोटिक चंद्र दिवाकर -२, सम राजत ज्योती ॥

ॐ जय अम्बे गौरी..॥

शुंभ-निशुंभ बिदारे, महिषासुर घाती ।

धूम्र विलोचन नैना -२, निशदिन मदमाती ॥

ॐ जय अम्बे गौरी..॥

चण्ड-मुण्ड संहारे, शोणित बीज हरे ।

मधु-कैटभ दोउ मारे -२, सुर भयहीन करे ॥

ॐ जय अम्बे गौरी..॥

ब्रह्माणी, रूद्राणी, तुम कमला रानी ।

आगम निगम बखानी -२, तुम शिव पटरानी ॥

ॐ जय अम्बे गौरी..॥

चौंसठ योगिनी मंगल गावत, नृत्य करत भैरों ।

बाजत ताल मृदंगा -२, अरू बाजत डमरू ॥

ॐ जय अम्बे गौरी..॥

तुम ही जग की माता, तुम ही हो भरता,

भक्तन की दुख हरता -२, सुख संपति करता ॥

ॐ जय अम्बे गौरी..॥

भुजा चार अति शोभित, खडग खप्पर धारी ।

मनवांछित फल पावत -२, सेवत नर नारी ॥

ॐ जय अम्बे गौरी..॥

कंचन थाल विराजत, अगर कपूर बाती ।

श्रीमालकेतु में राजत -२, कोटि रतन ज्योती ॥

ॐ जय अम्बे गौरी..॥

श्री अंबेजी की आरति, जो कोइ नर गावे ।

कहत शिवानंद स्वामी -२, सुख-संपति पावे ॥

ॐ जय अम्बे गौरी..॥

जय अम्बे गौरी, मैया जय श्यामा गौरी ।

In conclusion, Maa Durga Aarti is not just a ritualistic chant; it is a profound spiritual experience that connects the devotee with the divine mother.

Through the verses, the music, and the symbolism of the aarti, it invokes a sense of devotion, peace, and gratitude in the hearts of all those who participate.

It reminds us that, in Maa Durga’s divine presence, we find strength, solace, and the eternal light to dispel the darkness of our lives.

So, let us continue to sing the Maa Durga Aarti with unwavering devotion, seeking her blessings and protection in all our endeavors.

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Gauransh Raghuwanshi

I am Gauransh Raghuvanshi. I am a resident of Najibabad district Bijnor Uttar Pradesh. I am a student of Imperial International School, a prestigious school in Najibabad.

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