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  • Durga Arti
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    JAI DURGA AARTI

               

    JAI AMBE GAURII MAIYAA
                  JAI SHYAAMAA GAURII
                  NISHADINA TUMAKO DHYAAVATA
                  HARI BRAHMA SHIVAJII

               

    Glory to you, O divine Mother Gauri, glory to you, O Parvati, who               are so rich in maiden grace (virgin beauty), the object of daily               meditation by Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva!

               

    MAANGA SINDUURA VIRAAJATA
                  TIKO MRIGA MADAKO
                  UJJVALASE DAUU NAINAA
                  CHANDRAVANA NIIKO

               

    O Ambe! On your forehead is a resplendent mark of vermilion along               with a mark of musk (signifying good luck). Your twin eyes are bright               and your face beautiful as the moon.

               

    KANAKA SAMAANA KALEVARA,
                  RAKTAAMBARA RAAJE
                  RAKTAPUSHPA GALAMAALAA,
                  KANTHAHAARA SAAJE

               

    Your body with a tinge of gold is splendidly dressed in red attire;               on your throat lies a wreath of red blossoms like a beautiful necklace.

               

    KEHARI VAAHANA RAAJATA,
                  KHADAGA KHAPPARA DHAARI
                  SURA NARA MUNIJANA SEVATA,
                  TINAKE DUKHA HAARI

               

    Your vehicle, the lion, is, O Mother in keeping with your splendid               form; you bear a sword and a skull in your hands, and on you attend               the gods, men, hermits and your votaries whose grief you drive away.

               

    KAANANA KUNADALA SHOBHITA,
                  NAASAAGRE MOTII
                  KOTIKA CHANDRA DIVAAKARA,
                  SAM RAAJATA JYOTII

               

    You are adorned with rings on your ears and with pearl on the tip               of your nose, your radiance looks as splendid as that of myriad               of suns and moons.

               

    SHUMBHA NISHUMBHA BIDAARE,
                  MAHISHAASURA GHAATII
                  DHUUMRA VILOCHANA NAINAA,
                  NISHADINA MADAMAATII

               

    O slayer of the demon Mahisha, you tore apart the bodies of Shumbha,               Nishumbha and Dhuumravilochana. (In the battle waged against them)               your eyes reflected a frenzy of fury everyday and night.

               

    BRAHMAANII RUDRAANII,
                  TUMA KAMALAA RAANII
                  AAGAMA-NIGAMA BAKHAANII,
                  TUMA SHIVA PATARAANII

               

    You are the beloved consort of Brahma, Rudra and Vishnu. The Vedas               and the Shastras describe you as the queen consort of Shiva,

               

    CHAUSATHA YOGINII GAAVATA,
                  NRITYA KARATA BHAIRON
                  BAAJATA TAALA MRIDANGA,
                  AURA BAAJATA DAMARUU

               

    Sixty-four Yoginis chorus your praise and glorify you, while Bhairava               (Shiva) dances in tune to the accompaniment of the sound of tambour               (mridanga) and drum (damaru).

               

    TUMA HO JAGA KII MAATAA,
                  TUMA HII HO BHARTAA
                  BHAKTANA KII DUKHA HARTAA,
                  SUKHA SAMPATI KARTAA

               

    You are mother of the universe, its sustainer, reliever of your               devotees’ affliction and bestower of happiness and prosperity.

               

    BHUJAA CHAARA ATI SHOBHITA,
                  VARA MUDRAA DHAARII
                  MANAVAANCHITA PHALA PAAVATA,
                  SEVATA NARA NAARII

               

    The four arms you have adorned your person, while the hand raised               in benediction reveals your benign aspect. Those among men and women               who wait on you and worship you have all their cherished wishes               ever fulfilled.

               

    KANCHANA THAALA VIRAAJATA,
                  AGARU KAPUURA BAATII
                  BHAALAKETU MEIN RAAJATA,
                  KOTIRATANA JYOTII

               

    In a golden platter are beautifully laid aloe and camphor, both               of which have lighted (to be waved before you); in he radiance of               your forehead is reflected the splendour of a myriad gems.

               

     

               

                               
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