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Aartis are a common and everyday Hindu ritual, in which lamps made from cotton wicks dipped in Ghee or oil are lit and a prayer in praise of a deity is recited with devotion and love. Camphor balls are also lit as an alternative to oil or Ghee. The lamp is kept in a special Aarti plate or thali and at the end of the Aarti the light or flame is offered to all the persons attending the Aarti, where they put their hands over the flames and then put their hands on their faces and heads to seek the blessings of the deity.

Aartis are performed one or more times daily, depending upon the devotees, generally there is an Aarti in the morning and evening at dusk. Various deities have different weekly days attached to them.

The practice of reciting Aartis is an ancient Hindu tradition which descends from the Vedic period and it is a ritual of offering fire to the deity. This is also said to be Homa or the fire ritual.

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Marathi Aarti
These are various popular Aartis in Hinduism and more and more Aarties will be added to this list.

List of Aartis in Hindi and English Text
लिस्ट ऑफ़ आरती इन हिंदी एंड इंग्लिश

Aarti of Kali English-Hindi-2
Hanuman Aarti-English Hindi
Salasar Hanuman Aarti-English Hindi
The Mehandipur Balaji Aarti -English Hindi
Shani Dev Aarti English-Hindi
Shani Dev Aarti-English Hindi 2
Bhairav Aarti English-Hindi
Santoshi Mata Aarti English-Hindi
Shri.Ram Aarti English-Hindi
Shri Ram Aarti-English Hindi 2
Saraswati Aarti English-Hindi
Saraswati Aarti - English - Hindi - 2
Saraswati Aarti - English - Hindi - 3
Mahalaxmi Aarti - English - Hindi
Vaishnodevi Aarti English-Hindi
Vindeshwari Devi Aarti English-Hindi.
Durga Maa Aarti English-Hindi
Durga Maa Aarti -English Hindi 2
Ganga Maa Aarti English-Hindi 2
Ganga Maa Aarti English -Hindi 1
Gayatri Aarti English-Hindi
Gayatri Aarti-English Hindi 2
Shri Ganesh Aarti English-Hindi
Shri Ganesh Aarti - English - Hindi - 2
Shivji Aarti English-Hindi
Maha Shivratri Aarti-English Hindi
Surya Dev Aarti English-Hindi
Surya Dev Aarti-English Hindi 2
Surya Dev Aarti -English Hindi 3
Aarti Kunjbihari ki -English-Hindi
Banke Bihari ki Aarti-English Hindi
Shri Krishna Aarti-English Hindi
Radha Krishna Aarti -English Hindi
Aarti Ramayan ki-English-Hindi
Satyanarayana Aarti-English-Hindi
Aarti Bhagwat Puran Ki-English Hindi
Bhagwat Bhagwan Aarti-English Hindi
Annapurna Devi Aarti-English Hindi
Om jaya Jagadiśa hare Aarti-English Hindi
Parvati Mata Aarti -English-Hindi
Brihaspati Aarti-English Hindi
Tulsi Aarti -English Hindi
Shri Badrinath Aarti-English Hindi
Khatu Shyam Aarti-English-Hindi
Aarti Jagdamba Ki-English-Hindi
Narasimha Aarti - English - Hindi
Vaman Dev Aarti - English - Hindi

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