ganesh aarti lyrics meaning
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Background:

In Hindu mythology, Aarti has a very special place. For every God and Goddess, there is a distinct aarti, which is sung in front of the deity.While there are many popular aartis for Lord Ganesha in different parts of the country, the aartis given below are the most popular and is sung in most places. Below find ganesh aarti lyrics meaning in english

  1. Jai Ganesh Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh Deva.

Jai Ganesh Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh Deva. Maata Jaaki Parwati, Pita Mahaa Deva.

Ek Dant Dayaa Want, Chaar Bhuja Dhaari. Mathe Sindoor Soye, Moose Ki Sawari.

 

Paan Chadhe Phool Chadhe, Aur Chadhe Mewa. Ladduan Ka Bhog Lage, Sant Kare Sewa.

Jai Ganesh Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh Deva, Maata Jaaki Parwati, Pita Mahaa Deva.

 

Andhan Ko Aankh Det, Kodhin Ko Kaya, Baanjhan Ko Putra Det, Nirdhan Ko Maya.

Soor Shyam Sharan Aaye, Safal Kije Sewa.

 

Jai Ganesh Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh Deva, Maata Jaki Parwati, Pita Maha Deva.

Deenan Ki Laaj Raakho, Shambu Sutkaari, Kaamna Ko Pooran Karo Jai Balihaari.

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Ganesh Aarti lyrics meaning :

Hail to you Oh, Lord Ganesha, I bow before you. Salutations to the one, who is the son of Mother Parvati and Lord Mahadeva. Salutations to the one who has one tusk, and has four hands, and is very kind. The sindoor (vermillion) adorns his forehead, and he is mounted on a Mouse (his vehicle).

Here’s offering the paan (betel leaves), the flowers, and the Mewa (a byproduct of milk). Here’s offering the laddoos (an Indian sweet), as the saints serve him. May the victory be yours, Lord Ganesha, who mother is Parvati and father is Mahadeva.

He gives vision to the one, who is blind, and good body to the one who is suffering from illness.

He blesses childless with kids, and poor with wealth. Sur Shyam is now under your care, please bless his efforts and make them fruitful.

May the victory be yours, Lord Ganesha, who mother is Parvati and father is Mahadeva.

Please maintain respect for the poor, and fulfill our wishes. I owe it to you.

  1. Sukhkarta Dukhharta Varta Vighnachi

Sukhkarta Dukhharta Varta Vighnachi

Nurvi Purvi Prema Kripa Jayachi

Sarvangi Sundara Uti Shendurachi

Kanthi Jhalake Maala Muktaphalanchi

Jai Deva Jai Deva Jai Mangalamurti

Darshanamatre Manakamana Purti

 

Ratnakhachita Phara Tuja Gaurikumara

Chandanachi Uti Kumkumkeshara

Hire Jadita Mukuta Shobhato Bara

Runjhunati Nupure Charni Ghagaria

Jai Deva Jai Deva Jai Mangalamurti

Darshanamatre Manakamana Purti

 

Lambodara Pitambara Phanivara Bandhana

Sarala Sonda Vakratunda Trinayana

Daasa Ramacha Vaata Pahe Sadana

Sankati Pavave Nirvani Rakshave Suravaravandana

Jai Deva Jai Deva Jai Mangalamurti

Darshanamatre Manakamana Purti

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Ganesh aarti lyrics meaning in English

Salutations to the Lord who is the giver of joy, the one who brings happiness, the remover of sorrow, and the one who eliminates hurdles. He is the one who spreads love and grace everywhere. His identification is that he has sindoor (vermillion) smeared all over his body and he wears the necklace of the “muktaphal“, around his neck. Hail to you, O Lord Ganesha, the one who epitomizes auspiciousness. Our wishes manifest into reality merely by having his darshan. This means, only if we see him, all our wishes get fulfilled, without even telling him.

O son of mother Gauri, here we are your devotees, and we offer you the seat studded with Ratnas (precious jewels). Here, we smear Chandan (sandalwood paste) on your body and the kumkuma (a red coloured holy powder) on your forehead. The crown studded with diamonds adorns your head beautifully. The tinkling sound of your anklets is very sweet and music to ears. Victory be yours, O Lord Ganesha, you are the epitome of auspiciousness. All our desires get fulfilled as we get his darshan.

The one who has a big stomach, and wears the yellow-coloured attire. He has a curved trunk and has three eyes. Here, we all await your arrival like a servant of Lord Rama. Kindly bless us during all difficult and challenging times and save us from all troubles. Victory be yours, O Lord Ganesha, you are the epitome of auspiciousness. All our desires get fulfilled as we get his darshan.

  1. Shendur Lal Chadhayo Achchha Gajmukh Ko

Shendur lal chadhayo achchha gajmukhko |
Dondil lal biraje sut gauriharko ||
Hath liye gudladdu sai survarko |
Mahima kahe na jay lagat hoo padko || 1 ||

Jai Jai Shri Ganraj Vidhyasukhdata |
Dhanya Tumara Darshan Mera Man Ramataa ||

Ashtau Siddhi Dasi Sankatako Bairi |
Vighna-vinashan Mangal Murat Adhikari ||
Kotisurajaprakash Aibee Chhabi Teri |
Gandasthal-madamastak Jhoole Shashibihari || 2 ||

Jai Jai Shri Ganraj Vidhyasukhdata |
Dhanya Tumara Darshan Mera Man Ramataa ||

Bhavbhagat se koi sharanagat aave |
santat santat sabhi bharpur pave ||
Aise tumMaharaj moko ati bhave |
Gosavinandan nishidin gun gave || 3 ||

Jai Jai Shri Ganraj Vidhyasukhdata |
Dhanya Tumara Darshan Mera Man Ramataa ||

Ganesh Aarti Lyrics Meaning in English:

I offer red sindoor (vermillion) to the magnificent and good-looking God with the head of an elephant. I bow to the son of Gauri, who is seated in all glory, with his large belly. He holds a laddoo made out of gur (jaggery) in his hands. His glory is such, that words fall short while explaining it. Hail to you, the king of ganas. All victory be yours, Shri Ganesha, the bestower of knowledge and happiness. When I think about you, my mind gets completely engrossed in you, and your darshan gives me a lot of pleasure. Victory to you Oh Lord! Victory to you Oh Lord!

You are the one who grants eight kinds of powers and repels all kinds of troubles and dangers. You are the all auspicious authority and remover of all obstacles. Your appearance is just like millions of suns are shining together. Your cheeks and forehead are as resplendent as the moon itself. Hail to you, the king of ganas. All victory be yours, Shri Ganesha, the bestower of knowledge and happiness. When I think about you, my mind gets completely engrossed in you, and your darshan gives me a lot of pleasure. Victory to you Oh Lord! Victory to you Oh Lord!

You are so kind, that if anyone seeks your shelter with a pure heart and purpose, he attains everything be it wealth or lineage, which is much more than his expectations. Such is your personality, oh king of kings, that I am enamored by your looks. And it is you, in whose praise Gosavinandan, sings songs daily.

FAQs:

  1. What is the importance of aarti in Hindu mythology?

Ans: In Hindu mythology, Aarti has a very special place. For every God and Goddess, there is a distinct aarti, which is sung in front of the deity.

  1. How does Lord Ganesh bless the childless and the poor?

Ans: Lord Ganesha blesses the childless with kids, and poor with wealth.

  1. How does Lord Ganesha bless the blind and people suffering from illness?

Ans: He gives vision to the one, who is blind, and good body to the one who is suffering from illness.

4. What is the mark of identification of Lord Ganesha?

Ans: The marl of Lord Ganesha is that he has sindoor (vermillion) smeared all over his body and he wears the necklace of the “muktaphal”, around his neck.

5. How many kinds of powers are granted by Lord Ganesha?

Ans: 8 kinds

 

 

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