Shri Krishna Aarti

About Shri Krishna Aarti

Shri Krishna Aarti To Rejuvenate Your Inner Self

Shri Krishna is not just a mere Hindu Deity, but has variety of perspective, related to it. He is considered as the eight avatar of God Vishnu. Worshipping Lord Krishna comes a long way, like in 4th century BC. Worshipping him as Svayam Bhagavan can be seen during Middle ages, in context of Bhaki Movement.

Time for it to perform

Mainly during the time of Janmashthami, Shri Krishna Aarti can be seen performed by Pujaris, mainly Brahmins. Other than that, all Krishna temples can also enjoy the evening aarti, taking place within their premises.

Why you need to perform

If you are struggling to understand the real meaning of Dharma, Shri Krishna Aarti is the finest way to understand it. it focuses primarily on hearts and portray the love related to it.

Advantages related to it

Worshipping Sri Krishna, defined as an Lord Vishnu’s incarnation is the best way to uplift your inner spirit and look for a brighter day ahead. It is the force to wade off evil spirits.

Shri Krishna Aarti

Aarati Yugal Kishor Ki Kije |
Tan Man Dhan Sab Arpan Kije ||
Ravi Shashi Koti Vadan Ki Shobha |
Tohi Nirakh Mera Man Lobha ||
Gaur Shyam Mukh Nikhrat Rije l
Prabhu Ka Rup Nayan Bhar Pije ||
Kanchan Thal Kapur Ki Baati |
Hari Aaye Nirmal Bhayi Chati ||
Phulan Ki Seja Phulan Ki Mala |
Ratna Sinhasan Baithe Nandalala ||
Mor Mukut Kar Murali sohe|
Natavar Vesh Dekh Man Mohe ||
Ang Nila Pita Pata Sari |
Kunj Bihaari Giravaradhaarii ||
Shri Purushottam Girivar Dhari |
Aarati Karat Sakal Nar Nari ||
Nand Nandan Vrushabhaanu Kishori |
Paramananda Swami Avichal Jodi ||