Shri Durga Aarti – Jai Ambe Gauri Lyrics

Shri Durga Aarti – Jai Ambe Gauri Lyrics

Shri Durga Aarti – Jai Ambe Gauri Lyrics. This is the aarti, or hymn, that is dedicated to goddess Durga, the supreme goddess of Shaktism and Hinduism.

The Devi Gita, declares her to be the greatest Goddess. Thus, she is considered the supreme goddess and primary deity in Shaktism, occupying a place similar to Lord Krishna in Vaishnavism.


Jai Ambe Gauri Lyrics Video

Jai Ambe Gauri Lyrics

Jai Ambe Gauri, Maiya Jai Shyama Gauri.
Tumako Nishadin Dhyavat, Hari Bramha Shivari.
Om Jai Ambe Gauri

Hail Mother Ambe, Hail Mother Parvati
You are so rich in purity and beauty, you are the focus of Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva
Hail Mother Ambe

Mang Sindur Virajat, Tiko Mrigamad Ko.
Ujjval Se Dou Naina, Chandravadan Niko.
Om Jai Ambe Gauri

On your forehead is a mark of vermillion, with a mark of musk
Your eyes are brilliant and bright, your face is as beautiful as the moon

Kanak Saman Kalevar, Raktambar Raje,
Raktpushp Gal Mala, Kanthan Par Saje.
Om Jai Ambe Gauri

Your body with a golden tinge is splendidly dressed in red
A wreath of red flowers around your neck look beautiful in full bloom

Kehari Vahan Rajat, Khadag Khappar Dhari,
Sur-Nar-Munijan Sevat, Tinake Dukhahari.
Om Jai Ambe Gauri

Your chariot is a lion, keeping in line with your regal form
You carry a sword and a skull, and protect your devotees from harm

Kaanan Kundal Shobhit, Nasagre Moti,
Kotik Chandr Divakar, Rajat Sam Jyoti.
Om Jai Ambe Gauri

You are adorned with earrings and pearls on your nose,
You look as splendid as many suns and moons

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