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Mantra, Kirtan and Stotra: Sanskrit Chants For Spiritual Development and Joy of Heart

11.08.10, 15:35:00

The Arati and Mata Twameva chanted with Sukadev


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If a light is swung before the altar, then it symbolizes that God is "Jyoti Swarupa" - the proper form of light. The meaning, that camphor is burning in a lamp candlestick, is that the imprisonment will melt like the camphor as the individual soul is one with the highest light of lights. These should not be neglected external symbols on the spiritual path, as they are very helpful. Properly considered, they have in material and spiritual life an important role. Here is the text of the Arati:

Jaya Jaya Arati Vighnavinayaka
Vighnavinayaka Sri Ganesha
Jaya Jaya Arati Subramanya
Subramanya Kartikeya
Jaya Jaya Arati Venugopala
Venugopala Venulola
Papavidura Navanita Chora
Jaya Jaya Arati Venkataramana
Venkataramana Shankataharana
Sita Rama Radheshyama
Jaya Jaya Arati Gauri Manohara
Gauri Manohara Bhavanishankara
Sambasadashiva Uma Maheshwara
Jaya Jaya Arati Raja Rajeshwari
Raja Rajeshwari Tripura Sundari
Maha Lakshmi Maha Saraswati
Maha Kali Maha Shakti
Jaya Jaya Arati Anjaneya
Anjaneya Hanumanta
Jaya Jaya Arati Dattatreya
Dattatreya Trimurti Avatara
Jaya Jaya Arati Adityaya
Adityaya Bhaskaraya
Jaya Jaya Arati Senishwaraya
Senishwaraya Bhaskaraya
Jaya Jaya Arati Shankaracharya
Shankaracharya Adwaitagurave
Jaya Jaya Arati Sadguru Natha
Sadguru Natha Sivananda
Jaya Jaya Arati Jesus Gurave
Moses Gurave Buddha Gurave
Jaya Jaya Arati Mohammed Gurave
Laotse Gurave
Samasta Guru Bhyo Namah
Jaya Jaya Arati Venugopala

Subsequently, a dedication will be sung, the "Mata Twameva" from the Bhagavad Gita, XVIII, 66:

Twameva Mata Cha Pita Twameva
Twameva Bandhuscha
Sakha Twameva
Twameva Vidya
Dravinam Twameva
Twameva Sarvam
Mama Deva Deva.
Oh Gott der Götter! Du allein bist Mutter, Vater, Verwandter, Freund, Wissen, Reichtum und alles.
Kayena Vacha ManasendriyarvaKayena Vacha
Buddhyatmanava
Prakriter Swabhavad
Karomi Yad Yad
Sakalam Parasmai
Narayana Iti Samarpayami
Was auch immer ich an Handlungen mit Körper, Rede, Geist, Sinnen, Intellekt, Natur oder Emotionen ausführe, alle diese opfere ich dem Höchsten Gott.
Sarva Dharman Parityajya
Mam Ekam Sharanam Vraja
Aham Tva Sarvapapebhyo
Mokshayishyami Ma Succha

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