Shree Ganesh Ji Ki Aarti – Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh Deva

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Shree Ganesh Ji ki Aarti begins with the words – Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh Deva.

Shree Ganesh Ji Ki Aarti Lyrics in English

Jai Ganesh Jai Ganesh,
Jai Ganesh Deva ।
Mata Jaki Parwati,
Pita Maha Deva ॥

Ek Dant Daya Want,
Char Bhuuja Dhari ।
Mathe Sindor Shoye,
Muse Ki Sawari ॥

Jai Ganesh Jai Ganesh,
Jai Ganesh Deva ।
Mata Jaki Parwati,
Pita Maha Deva ॥

Pan Chadhe Phool Chadhe,
Aur Chadhe Mewa ।
Laduan Ko Bhog Lage,
Sant Kare Sewa ॥

Jai Ganesh Jai Ganesh,
Jai Ganesh Deva ।
Mata Jaki Parwati,
Pita Maha Deva ॥

Andhan Ko Aankh Det,
Kodhin Ko Kaya ।
Bajhan Ko Purta Det,
Nirdhan Ko Maya॥

Jai Ganesh Jai Ganesh,
Jai Ganesh Deva ।
Mata Jaki Parwati,
Pita Maha Deva ॥

‘sur’ Shaam Sharan Aaye,
Safal Ki Jiye Sewa ।
Mata Jaki Parwati,
Pita Maha Deva ॥

Jai Ganesh Jai Ganesh,
Jai Ganesh Deva ।
Mata Jaki Parwati,
Pita Maha Deva ॥

—– Additional —–
Deenan Ki Laaj Rakho,
Shambhu Sutakari ।
Kamana Ko Poorn Karo,
Jaoon Balihari ॥

Jai Ganesh Jai Ganesh,
Jai Ganesh Deva ।
Mata Jaki Parwati,
Pita Maha Deva ॥

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About Ganesh Ji

Lord Ganesha is the giver of Riddhi-siddhi and the provider of auspicious benefits. He removes the obstacle, crisis, disease, and impoverishment of the devotees. According to the scriptures, it is believed that the day of special worship of Gajanan is Wednesday. On this day worshipping God with a true heart fulfills all desires. Also, if the planet Mercury is in an inauspicious state in your horoscope, then worshipping on this day also calms it down.

‘Jai Ganesh Deva ‘ is very auspicious to chant this aarti on Wednesday every week. Along with this, during every Ganesh Chaturthi, you should worship the Lord Ganpati for the removal of all the obstacles. This festival is celebrated prominently in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh. It is believed that worshipping Ganesha does not cause any hindrance in any auspicious work. It is a ritual to worship Lord Ganesha before doing every auspicious work.

Shree Ganesh Ji Mantra

In Sanskrit:

ॐ गंग गणपतये नमो नमः !!

In English:

Om Gan Ganpataye Namo Namah !!

Shree Ganesh Ji Ki Sawari

Ganesh Ji ki Sawari
Ganesh Ji ki Sawari

Ganesha’s ride is a mouse. Being the lord of the Ganas, he also has the name Ganapati. In astrology, Lord Ganesha is believed to be the deity of Ketu. He mounts a mouse and roams around the universe. Shri Ganesh is the first god in all the worships and devotions.

Shree Ganpati Ji Symbol

Just have a look at the idol of Gajanan at your home or in the temple, you will find a number of symbols, wherein each has its own meaning. Shri Ganesh Ji has large ears that are symbolic of listening more. Ganesh Ji has a big head which is the symbol of thinking big and learning more. It also refers to using intellect to your fullest potential.

Shree Ganpati Ji History and Significance

Lord Ganesha has a main significance in the Hindu religion. He rides a mouse which is a representation of desire. Shri Ganesha tells us that desire must always be in control, else it can result in havoc. It can easily be controlled and rid, disallowing it to take you in control. Gajanan also has a large stomach which means digesting all the positives and negatives that happen in life.

Ganesh Ji has been given the position of the first god in Hinduism. This means that in any kind of worshipping in the religion, he will be worshipped first and then the other proceedings shall take place. It is a good practice to offer vermilion (सिन्दूर (Sindur)) to Ganesha on Wednesday to fulfil all your wishes. It is also a good practice to chant the special mantra while offering vermilion because although vermilion is offered to every deity, it is important to offer vermilion to the Shiva family or all the incarnations of Shiva. Therefore every Wednesday you should offer vermilion with this mantra to Shri Ganesha.

First Published | Tuesday | 27 April 2021 , 2:26 PM