Kali Maa Aarti Lyrics | Kali Maa Aarti Lyrics in English

Kali Maa Aarti Lyrics

Kali Maa Aarti

The incarnation of Goddess Parvati, Kali Maa, is feared by all. She is the significator of time, death, destruction and violence. She is the epitome of fertility, feminine energy, motherhood and creativity.

Maa Kali has the powers to destroy the world with her ambiguous powers of lightning and electrical force. She stands in protection for nature as a mother, and she abducts negativity, demons and ill-hearted people from the world.

She is a protector and nurturer. She is said to live in Naraka and has 10 forms known as ‘Tantric Goddesses’.

Kali Maa Aarti Lyrics in English

Ambe Tu Hai Jagadambe Kali, Jai Durge Khappar Wali,
Tere Hi Gun Gaven Bharati, O Maiya Hum Sab Utare Teri Aarti.

O Maiya Hum Sab Utare Teri Aarti.

Tere Bhakta Jano Par Mata Bheed Padi Hai Bhari,
Danava Dal Par Tut Pado Maa Karke Singh Sawari.
Sau-Sau Singhon Se Bhi Balshali, Hai Ashta Bhujaon Wali,
Dukhiyon Ke Dukhde Niwarti.

O Maiya Hum Sab Utare Teri Aarti.

Kali Maa Aarti Lyrics in English

Kali Maa Aarti Lyrics in English

Maa-Bete Ka Hai Is Jaga Mein Bada Hi Nirmala Nata,
Poot-Kaputa Sune Hai Par Na Mata Suni Kumata.
Sab Pe Karuna Darshane Wali, Amrita Barsane Wali,
Dukhiyon Ke Dukhde Nivarati.

O Maiya Hum Sab Utare Teri Aarti.

Nahin Mangte Dhana Aur Daulat, Na Chandi Na Sona,
Hum To Mangein Tere Charanon Mein Chhota Sa Kona.
Sabki Bigadi Banane Wali, Laj Bachane Wali,
Satiyon Ke Sata Ko Sanwarati.

O Maiya Hum Sab Utare Teri Aarti.

Charana Sharana Mein Khade Tumhari, Le Puja Ki Thali,
Varada Hasta Sar Par Rakha Do Maa Sankat Harne Wali,
Maa Bhara Do Bhakti Rasa Pyali, Ashta Bhujaon Wali,
Bhakton Ke Karaja Tu Hi Sarati.

O Maiya Hum Sab Utare Teri Aarti.

Benefits of Reciting Kali Maa Aarti

  • Worshipping Maa Kali will result in an abundance of good luck and fortune in devotees’ lives.
  • Maa kali will provide wealth and prosperity to the devotee.
  • Hardships, troubles, negativity and evil eyes will not harm the devotee if he recites Maa Kali aarti.
  • Maa Kali aarti is chanted for mental and emotional stability in devotee’s life.
  • Recitation of Maa Kali aarti showers the devotees with prosperity and wealth.
  • Maa Kali aarti is performed for the stability and happiness in married life.
  • Reciting aarti of Maa Kali will lead the path of patience for the devotee.
  • Maa Kali will bless the devotee with success and prosperity in his career or business.
  • Devotees will feel content, stable, fearless and peaceful after praying to Maa Kali.

Best Day and Time to Recite Kali Maa Aarti

  • Tuesday is considered best for the fast or upwas and for Kali Maa pooja and aarti.
  • Diwali is known for Mahakali pooja and is the auspicious day for the aarti.
  • Mahakali jayanti is also considered best for the Kali Maa pooja.
  • At homes or in temples, aarti can be performed in the morning, and as well in the evening after taking a bath and wearing clean clothes.

Offerings in Kali Maa Aarti

  • Offerings of khichdi and kheer should be presented before Maa Kali during pooja.
  • Rice, lentils and sweets made of milk and dry fruits are offered to Maa Kali before aarti.
  • Red hibiscus or rose flowers can be offered to the feet of Maa Kaali, provided you have a picture or idol of Maa Kali.
  • A deepak or diya filled with ghee should be lightened with camphor in any earthen diya during the aarti.
  • Shankh should be blown, and bells should be ringing during the pooja and after the completion of aarti.

Pooja Vidhi for Kali Maa Aarti

  • Puja should be performed using the image of Goddess Kali, stamping on Shiva. It needs to be laid on a red cloth.
  • Mustard oil is required to light the lamp. It’s a good idea to give a red shoe flower as a gift. The chandan dhoop should be used.
  • Mixed white and black til (sesame) with coconut, mishri, black peppercorns, and red chandan should be offered.
  • Til (sesame) based food or bhog should be made available. This bhog (prasad) should be shared with a virgin woman later on.
  • A white pumpkin (safed bhopla) should be coated with sindhoor and sliced into two halves before being offered to the Goddess.
  • All offerings to the Goddess should be dumped in a forest region that is not visited by humans.

Pooja Mantra or Dhyan Mantra

  • The Pooja Mantra or Jaap (Dhyan Mantra) hold significance for the meditating purposes and peace in the spiritual lifestyle of the devotee.
  • One may recite the mantra for however long with a rosary (mala) with a count of 108 times or in any other suitable way as long as the purpose is to serve the spiritual path in oneself.
  • The mantra can be recited anytime of the day, and after the completion of the aarti or pooja, one may sit on the aasan in front of the Goddess and recite the jaap mantra given below for the benefits of inner and mental peace.
  • The mantra that should be recited after pooja and aarti is “Om Kring Kalikaye Namah”.
  • The Dhyan mantra for the Jaap is “Om khargang chakra-gadeshu-chapa-parighan shulang bhushundIng shirah shankhang sanda-dhatIng karistri-nayanAng sarbanga-bhushabritam. nIlashma-dyutimasya pada-dashakang sebe maha kalikang yamastou-chhaite harou kamalajye hantung madhung kaitavam”.

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