Maa Durga Ji Ki Aarti – Jai Ambe Gauri

Maa Durga Aarti: Watch and download free Maa Durga Ji Ki Aarti - Jai Ambe Gauri from YouTube

Team Inligting
  • Updated
  • :
  • 05 June 2021,
  • 7:42 PM
Durga Ji Ki Aarti starts with the words – Jai Ambe Gauri. Goddess Durga is worshipped on the very first day of Navratri and every Friday of the week.

Maa Durga Ji Ki Aarti Lyrics in English

Jai Ambe Gauri, Maiya Jai Shyama Gauri
Tumko Nishadin Dhyavat, Hari Bramha Shivri

Om Jai Ambe Gauri

Maang Sindur Virajat, Tiko Mrigamad Ko
Ujjval Se Do Naina, Chandravadan Niko

Om Jai Ambe Gauri

Kanak Saman Kalevar, Raktambar Raje
Raktpushp Gal Mala, Kanthan Par Saje

Om Jai Ambe Gauri

Kehari Vahan Rajat, Khadag Khapar Dhari
Sur-Nar-Munijan Sevat, Tinake Dukhahari

Om Jai Ambe Gauri

Kaanan Kundal Shobhit, Nasagre Moti
Kotik Chandra Divakar, Rajat Sam Jyoti

Om Jai Ambe Gauri

Shumbh-Nishumbh Bidare, Mahishasur Ghati
Dhumravilochan Naina, Nishidin Madamati

Om Jai Ambe Gauri

Chand-Mund Sanhare, Shonit Beej Hare
Madhu-Kaitabh Dou Mare, Sur Bhaya Door Kare

Om Jai Ambe Gauri

Brahmani, Rudrani, Tum Kamala Rani
Agam Nigam Bakhani, Tum Shiv Patarani

Om Jai Ambe Gauri.

Chausath Yogini Gavat,Nritya Karat Bhairon
Bajat Tal Mridanga, Aru Baajat Damaru

Om Jai Ambe Gauri

Tum Hi Jag Ki Mata, Tum Hi Ho Bharata
Bhaktan Ki Dukh Harta, Sukh Sampati Karta

Om Jai Ambe Gauri

Bhuja Char Ati Shobhit, Varamudra Dhari
Manvanchhit Phal Pavat, Sevat Nar Nari

Om Jai Ambe Gauri

Kanchan Thal Virajat, Agar Kapur Bati
Shrimalaketu Mein Rajat, Koti Ratan Jyoti

Om Jai Ambe Gauri

Shri Ambeji Ki Aarti, Jo Koi Nar Gave
Kahat Shivanand Svami, Sukh-Sampatti Pave

More Devotional Bhajan Aarti in Hindi & English

Maa Durga Ji Ki Aarti with Lyrics ln Hindi
Maa Durga Ji Ki Aarti with Lyrics ln Hindi

About Maa Durga Ji

Maa Durga is a supreme goddess in Hinduism. She is associated with a number of legends, wherein most are associated with fighting the evils and demonic forces that pose a threat to peace and affluence. She is also the protector of Dharma that is the power of good over evil.

Maa Durga idol is installed on the first day of Navratri. Durga (Sanskrit: दुर्गा) is worshipped as the main part of the mother goddess Devi. She is most popular in the Hindu religion and most respected Indian divinities. She is also called Sherawali Maa and is related to security, strength, motherhood, devastation and war.

Maa Durga Mantra

In Sanskrit:

सर्वमङ्गलमाङ्गल्ये शिवे सर्वार्थसाधिके |

शरण्ये त्र्यम्बके गौरि नारायणि नमोऽस्तु ते ||

In English:

Sarva Mangala Mangalye Sive Sarvartha Sadhike |

Saranye Trayambike Gauri Narayani Namostute ||

Durga Ji Ki Sawari

Maa Durga Ji Ki Sawari
Maa Durga Ji Ki Sawari

To kill the demon Mahishasura, Trimurti combined their powers and hence created a warrior woman, who was then named Maa Durga. Over the times, she was popular with the name Sherawali Maa. She mounts/rides a lion that was gifted by Himavan, the lord of the Himalayas. Durga Ji Ki Sawari is Lion.

Durga Ji Symbol

Maa Durga is a symbol of “self-within” and she is considered as the divine mother of all the creations. She holds various weapons to fight the evil forces. Each weapon has a different symbolism, such as self-discipline, prayer, self-examination, and others.

Durga Ji History and Significance

Indus Valley civilization has the mention of Kalibangan that had a cylindrical seal which holds the evidence of a goddess-like Durga. Among her earliest references, chapter 10.125 of the Rig Veda mentions her. The Veda is also known as Devi Suktam hymn (abridged) and is well known Hindu scripture.

The Goddess Durga took birth to kill the evil demon Mahishasura. She was created with the combined powers of the trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. She is the most powerful female deity that has ten arms.

There are a number of incarnations of Maa Durga such as Kali, Bhagwati, Meenakshi and Kamakshi, and even Sherawali Maa. She is worshipped to get rid of evil powers and attain peace of mind and soul.

First Published | Thursday | 29 April 2021 , 10:19 AM