Shree Krishna Aarti | Shree Krishna Aarti Lyrics in English

Shree Krishna Aarti

Shri Krishna is the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu and he is known as the epitome of simplicity, love and survival. Lord Krishna is known for his philosophies and teachings. He blesses his devotees with protection from evil and discontent. Krishna’s legend appears to be a mash-up of numerous old Indian deities, the earliest of which being Vasudeva. In the Mahabharata and the Bhagavad Gita, Vasudeva and Krishna merged to form a single deity, which appears in the Mahabharata, and they began to be linked with Vishnu. Shri Krishna brings peace and harmony in one’s life by directing the path of truthfulness and righteousness. Lord Krishna showers his devotees with peace, happiness and prosperity.

Lord Shree Krishna is the provider of compassion, love, wisdom and protection. He is presented as the essence and symbol of divine love in all theologies and philosophies, with human life and love as a reflection of the divine. Krishna’s longing and love-filled traditions are philosophically considered as metaphors for human longing for the holy and meaning, as well as the play between the universals and the human soul. Krishna’s Lila is a love-play ideology.

Shree Krishna Aarti Lyrics in English

Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki,
Shri Giridhar Krishna Murari Ki.


Gale Mein Baijanti Mala, Bajave Murali Madhur Bala,
Shravan Mein Kundal Jhalakala, Nand Ke Anand Nandlala.

Gagan Sam Ang Kanti Kali, Radhika Chamak Rahi Aali,
Latan Mein Thaadhe Banmali.

Bhramar Si Alak, Kasturi Tilak, Chandra Si Jhalak,
Lalit Chavi Shyama Pyari Ki.
Shri Giridhar Krishna Murari Ki.


Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki,
Shri Giridhar Krishna Murari Ki.

Kanakmay Mor Mukut Bilse, Devata Darsan Ko Tarse,
Gagan So Suman Raasi Barse.

Baje Murchang, Madhur Mridang, Gwaalini Sang,
Atul Rati Gop Kumari Ki.
Shri Giridhar Krishna Murari Ki.


Shree Krishna Aarti Lyrics in English

Shree Krishna Aarti Lyrics in English

Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki,
Shri Girdhar Krishna Murari Ki.

Jahaan Te Pragat Bhayi Ganga, Sakal Mal Haarini Shri Ganga,
Smaran Te Hot Moh Bhanga.

Basi Shiv Shish, Jataa Ke Beech, Harei Agh Keech,
Charan Chhavi Shri Banvaari Ki.
Shri Giridhar Krishna Murari Ki.


Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki,
Shri Giridhar Krishna Murari Ki.

Chamakati Ujjawal Tat Renu, Baj Rahi Vrindavan Benu,
Chahu Disi Gopi Gwaal Dhenu.

Hansat Mridu Mand, Chandani Chandra, Katat Bhav Phand,
Ter Sun Deen Dhukaari Ki.
Shri Giridhar Krishna Murari Ki.


Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki,
Shri Giridhar Krishna Murari Ki.

Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki, Shri Giridhar Krishna Murari Ki.
Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki, Shri Giridhar Krishna Murari Ki.

Benefits of Reciting Shree Krishna Aarti

  • Worshipping Lord Krishna will give escape from the karmic cycle of death and rebirth.
  • One will find salvation by chanting Shree Krishna aarti with devotion.
  • Recitation of Shree Krishna aarti will give peace of mind and positive energy.
  • Lord Krishna blesses the devotee with spiritual connection to the God himself.
  • Reciting Shree Krishna aarti provides harmony in family and married life and wealth, health and stability flourishes in one’s life.
  • Troubles from enemies and evil will be restricted by Shree Krishna himself.
  • One will find his path of spirituality in life.
  • Chanting of Shree Krishna aarti with “naam jaap” (hare krishna, hare krishna, krishna krishna hare hare, hare rama, hare rama, rama rama hare hare) of Shri Krishna will be beneficial for the devotee.

Best Day and Time to Recite Shree Krishna Aarti

  • Although one can worship Shree Krishna daily, Wednesday is considered to be the best day to perform Shree Krishna pooja and aarti.
  • Janmashtimi, the birthday of Shree Krishna, is found most auspicious for performing Shree Krishna aarti.
  • One can perform Krishna aarti after bathing, in the morning or evening, at home or temple.

Offerings in Shree Krishna Aarti

  • At home, one can light diya with ghee and offer flowers to the idol or picture of Shree Krishna as offering during aarti.
  • In Shree Krishna temple, one can perform aarti in the morning and evening time with offerings of prasadams and fresh flowers of any kind (recommended Tulsi leaves and any white flower).
  • At a temple or home, provided there is an idol of Shri Krishna, one should offer flowers to the feet of Krishna before performing the aarti.
  • One should blow shankh and ring a bell while performing the aarti.

Pooja Vidhi for Shree Krishna Aarti

  • Shri Krishna Pooja should be started with pakshal (washing) of the idol of Shri Krishna with gangajal, early in the morning
  • After the pakshal, offer new clothes, flowers and jewelry to the Lord Krishna.
  • After this step one should offer bhog or prasad made of dairy products to the almighty.
  • One can end the pooja at this step or proceed with a milk bath, 108 mantra jaap and then aarti.
  • One should not worship with foul mouth (eaten before the pooja), in temples or at home.

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 day and after the completion of the aarti or pooja, one may sit on the aasan in front of the lord and recite the jaap mantra for the benefits of inner and mental peace.
  • The mantra that should be recited after shri krishna aarti is “Om Shri Krishnah sharanam namah.”
  • The Shri Krishna Gayatri Mantra can be recited after aarti as well – “Om Damodaraya Vidmahe, Rukmani Vallabhaya Dhimahi, Tanno Krishnah Prachodayat.”

Also Read –

Ganesh Aarti Lyrics
Ganesh Chalisa Lyrics
Shivji Aarti Lyrics

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