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Mahadev Aarti

Written in the early nineteenth century by Swami Shivananda, Mahadev Aarti or Shiv ki Aarthi gained a lot of popularity among devotees across India. The whole Mahadev Aarti regards Lord Mahadev as Holy Tridev and as a creator, sustainer and destroyer.

This aarti is the holiest of all bhajans in Hinduism and it is said that one who worships the Lord and performs this Aarti attains moksha. Girls who are not yet married, get married on time and blessed with good husband if they perform this aarti.

Lord Shiva is celebrated for being one and all who embellish all the glory of the world. The Mahadev Ji ki aarti will help relieve you from griefs, distresses, worries and disappointments. By singing or listening to this aarti every day will create serenity of mind and bring peace and restore balance in life.

Lyrics and Meaning of Mahadev Aarti

Om jai Shiv Omkara, Om jai Shiv Omkara,

Bramha, Vishnu, Sdashiva, ardhanghidhara ||

|| Om jai Shiv Omkara... ||

Glory to you O Lord Shiva, Glory to you O Lord Shiva! May you who represent Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva help me get rid of my sufferings and miseries.

Ekanana, chaturanna, panchanaraje,

hansanan, gharurasna, vrishvahan saje ||

|| Om jai Shiv Omkara... ||

O Lord Shiv, you represent the Holy Trinity as one-faced Brahma, four-faced Vishnu, and five-faced Shiva that your sight of being all of them beholds anyone. Moreover, you are also seen riding majestically on the swan, regally on Garuda and royally on the bull, which adorn you anytime. Glory to you O Lord Shiva.

Do bhuj char chaturbhuj, das bhujatisohe,
teenorupanirakhta, trivubanjaanmohe ||
|| Om jai Shiv Omkara... ||

As Lord Brahma, you possess two arms, as Lord Vishnu four and as Lord Shiva (Dashabaahu) ten, all of which look matchlessly lovely. Your appearance with these triple aspects make every living thing quite enchanting in three worlds of ‘pritvi’, ‘swarg’ and ‘pathal’ O Lord Omkara, Glory to you.

Akshamala vanamala, rudramala dhari,
Chandan mirgamaad sohe, bhole shubhkari ||
|| Om jai Shiv Omkara... ||

O Lord Shiva, you are known to be wearing a garland of rudraksha, a garland of beautiful flowers seen the forest and a garland of skulls. The sandal paste smeared on your body make you look glistening O Bolenath, who adorns the crescent moon on your head. Glory to you O Lord Shiva.

Shwetambar, pitambar, bhagambarange,
sankadik, bhramhadik, bhootadiksanghee ||
|| Om jai Shiv Omkara... ||

Attired in white and yellow clothes and tiger skin, O Mahadev, you are worshipped by and seen with all gods, hobgoblins, sages and seers; O Lord Shiva, glory to you.
Kar Men Madhya Kamandalu Chakra Trishooldharta,

Jagkarta Dukhaharta, Jag Palankarta ||
|| Om jai Shiv Omkara... ||

O Lord Bolenath, you hold the oblong water pot (kamandalu) in one hand and the trident (trishul) in the other, with which you bless us for happiness and joy and destroy all evils and hardship and observes and protects the universe. Glory to you O Lord Shiva.

Brahma, Vishnu, Sadashiv, Janat Aviveka,
Pranvakshar Ke Madhye, Yah Tinon Eka ||
|| Om jai Shiv Omkara... ||

Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva are three forms of deities for those who are ignorant, but they all are one you, which is completely and divinely merged to a mystic symbol ‘Om’. O Lord Shiva, glory to you.

Trigun Swamiji Ki Aarti Jo Koi Nar Gave,
Kahat Shivanand Swami, Manvanchhit Phal Pave ||
|| Om jai Shiv Omkara... ||

Trigun Lord Shiva’s glorious Mahadev aarti if recited every day will help attain fulfillment in one’s life says Swami Shivananda. Glory to you O Lord Shiva.

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