Lord Shiva

Shivratri Aarti : शिवरात्रि आरती

Shivaratri

Maha Shivratri, which literally translates to “great night of Shiva” is a Hindu festival largely celebrated in India as well as in Nepal. Shivratri is the night of marriage of Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati. This day celebrated with lot of joy and happiness. People keep fast for whole day and take food after evening or after 12 O’clock aarti in night. (Shivratri Aarti, Arti Of Shivaratri, Shivratri Aarti In Hindi)

Shivratri Aarti : शिवरात्रि आरती

A musical night of bhajan is arranged by devotees at night to celebrate this day. Aarti of Shivratri describes the all happenings and movements of the marriage of Lord Shiv and Devi Parvati.

Shivratri Aarti : शिवरात्रि आरती

आ गई महाशिवरात्रि पधारो शंकरजी
हो पधारो शंकर जी आरती उतारें
पार उतारो शंकरजी हो उतारो शंकर जी

तुम नयन नयन में हो, मन धाम तेरा
हे नीलकंठ है कंठ, कंठ में नाम तेरा
हो देवों के देव, जगत में प्यारे शंकर जी

तुम राज महल में, तुम्ही भिखारी के घर में
धरती पर तेरा चरण, मुकुट है अम्बर में
संसार तुम्हारा एक हमारे शंकर जी

तुम दुनिया बसाकर, भस्म रमाने वाले हो
पापी के भी रखवाले, भोले भाले हो
दुनिया में भी दो दिन तो गुजारो शंकर जी

क्या भेट चदाये, तन मैला वर सुना
ले लो आंसू के गंगाजल का हैं नमूना
आ करके नयन में चरण पखारो शंकर जी

Shivratri Aarti In English

Aagyi Mahashivratri Padharo Shankarji,
Ho Padharo Shankarji, Aarti Utare
Paar Utaro Shankarji, Ho Utaro Shankarji

Tum Nayan Nayanme Ho Man Man Me Dham Tera.
He Neelkanth Hai Kanth Kanth Me Naam Tera,
Ho Devon Ke Dev Jagat Ke Pyare Shankarji.

Tum Raj Mahal Me, Tum Hi Bikhari Ke Ghar Me,
Dharti Per Tera Charan Mukut Hai Ambar Pe.
Sansar Tumhara Ek Hamare Shankarji,

Tum Duniya Besa Kar Bharam Ramane Wale Ho.
Papi Ke Bhi Rakhwale Bhole Bhale Ho,
Duniya Me Bhi Do Din To Gujaro Shankarji.

Kya Bhent Cherhaye Tan Maila Ghar Suna Hai,
Le Lo Aansoo Ke Gangajal Ka Namuna Hai.
Aakerke Nayan Me Charan Pakharo Shankarji.

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Origin of Shivratri:

According to the Puranas, during the great mythical churning of the ocean called Samudra Manthan, a pot of poison emerged from the ocean. The gods and the demons were terrified as it could destroy the entire world. When they ran to Shiva for help, he in order to protect the world, drank the deadly poison but held it in his throat instead of swallowing it. This turned his throat blue, and since then he came to be known as ‘Nilkantha’, the blue-throated one. Shivratri celebrates this event by which Shiva saved the world.

Find more Aarti with complete lyrics in English and Hindi font with translation Here.

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