Saturday, November 05, 2011

Shiva Aarti


Lord Shiva symbolizes 'shakti' or power, and is known as the destroyer. He is the most powerful God of the Hindu pantheon and one of the godheads of the Hindu trinity. He always appears in a meditating posture, with his matted hair holding the flowing Ganges, a crescent moon, a serpent coiled around his neck, covered with ash all over and a trident held firmly in one hand. In the temples, Lord Shiva is represented as a phallic symbol of the 'linga', representing the energies necessary for life on both the microcosmic and the macrocosmic levels, which, in turn, constitutes the whole universe.

Lord Shiva Aarti (with lyrics)

Jai Shiv onkara, Prabhu jai Shiv onkara
Brahma Vishnu Sadashiv ardhangi dhara, Om
Har Har Mahadev....

Ekanan, chaturanan, panchanan raje,
Hansasan GarudaSan Vrishvahan saje, Om Har
Har Mahadev....

Do bhuj, charu chaturbhui dashmukh ati sohe
Tinon rup nirakhte tribhuvan janmohe, Om Har
Har Mahadev....

Akshyamala banamala mundmal dhari
Chandan mrigmad sohai, bhale shubhkari, Om
Har Har Mahadev....

Shvetambar Pitambar Bagambar ange,
Brahmadik Sankadik Pretadik sange, Om Har
Har Mahadev....

Kar madhye kamandalu au trishul bhari,
Sukhkari dukhahari jagpalankari, Om Har Har
Mahadev....

Brahma Vishnu Sadashiv janat aviveka,
Pranavakshar men shobhit ye tinon eka, Om
Har Har Mahadev....

Trigun svami ki arti jo koi nar gave
Kahat Shivanand svami man vanchhit phal pave.

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