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Jai Tulsi Mata – Tulsi Aarti with Lyrics – Sanjeevani Bhelande – Hindi Devotional Songs

Popular Aarti “Jai Tulsi Mata” by Sanjeevani Bhelande with lyrics!

Jai Tulsi Mata – Tulsi Aarti is sung for Goddess Tulsi who is also known as Vishnupriya – beloved of Lord Vishnu. In Sanskrit the term ‘Tulsi’ means “the incomparable one” and is regarded as Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and the consort of Lord Vishnu. Tulsi (Holy Basil) is an important symbol of Hindu tradition and the Tulsi Plant is worshiped by Hindus all over the world.
 
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Aarti is a Hindu religious ritual of worship, a part of puja, in which light from wicks soaked in ghee (purified butter) or camphor is offered to one or more deities. Aartis also refer to the songs sung in praise of the deity, when lamps are being offered.

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Language: Hindi Singer: Sanjeevani Bhelande Composer: Traditional Lyrics: Traditional Music Producer/Arranger: Surinder Sodhi Sound Engineer: Mayur Bakshi Manager (Rajshri Music): Alisha Baghel Producer: Rajjat A. Barjatya Copyrights and Publishing: Rajshri Entertainment Private Limited
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Gurumahatmya (Importance of Guru)

Do you know what is Gurumahatmya? Read importance of having Guru in Hinduism!

Every living being born on this earth craves for mukti (redemption). In Hinduism, Moksha or Mukti means freedom from the materialistic world and the cycle of death and rebirth. Hence, acquiring Mukti is an ultimate goal of every human being. This journey for Mukti is not easy and one has to pass through difficult phases to overcome virtuousness. Here The Guru plays an important role in showing the path.  In this world, if we wish to find an unknown destination, we seek help from somebody to reach the destination. Similarly Guru offers guidance on this eternal path. The Guru directs, accompanies us and entrusts safe journey to the goal. The Guru and The God are equally revered and honored. The Guru is the representative of God to enlighten the human race on the Earth. ‘Gu’ means darkness  and ‘Ru’ means removal, thus ‘Guru’ means one who helps in eliminating darkness in one’s life.  Guru imparts essential knowledge to sanctify the person to enable him to achieve the much desired goal.
 
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In our Indian culture, Guru – Shishya (Teacher – Student) tradition is old. The Guru has attained special importance, even prior to God. Some of the great Hindu Gurus include Sage Vyasa, Adi Shankaracharya etc. They have contributed immensely in rejuvenating Hindu culture. One has to relinquish selfish and derogatory attitude / behavior in search of true Guru.  Once the Guru is found, surrender completely with full dedication to obtain his eternal blessings.
 
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On yielding entirely to Guru, he takes charge of disciple’s welfare and provides him with suitable mantra necessary for his spiritual upliftment. Consistent chanting of Guru Mantras help in cleansing of mind. Evil thoughts are eliminated to improve the stability of mind, concentration and to enable him to digest knowledge. The Guru   will remove the ensuing hurdles, difficulties on the right path.

 
गुरुर्ब्रह्मा गुरुर्विष्णुः गुरुर्देवो महेश्वरः ।
गुरुसाक्षातपरंब्रह्म, तस्मैश्रीगुरवेनमः।
 
This Guru mantra is very effective and has an eternal spiritual meaning. Guru represents Lord Bramha (creation), Lord Vishnu (preservation), and Lord Shiva (transformation or destruction). Obeisance to such a Guru who imparts knowledge, maintains it and destroys the ignorance of the mind, will certainly enlighten the disciples to follow the path successfully. ‘Guru Purnima’ is thus celebrated to revere all the Gurus.
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Hymns and Mantras

Shri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram by Shankar Mahadevan

Popular mantra “Shri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai” by Shankar Mahadevan!

The favourite mantra to remember Lord Ram, the Perfect Man and the Lord of Virtue. Immerse yourself in the divine. Jai Shri Ram.
 
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Ram Mantra – Shri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram

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Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki with Lyrics – Lord Krishna – Sanjeevani Bhelande

Popular Krishna Aarti “Aarti Kunj Bihari ki” by Sanjeevani Bhelande with lyrics!

Listen to Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki, a Hindi Devotional Aarti sung in praise of Lord Krishna.
 
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Devotees sing this aarti during the Hindu festival Janmashthami, celebrating the birth of Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna, popularly known as ‘Kunj Bihari’ or ‘Kanhaiya’ is the eight incarnation of Lord Vishnu and is worshipped across many traditions of Hinduism in varied perspectives.

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Singer – Sanjeevani Bhelande Language: Hindi Composer: Traditional Lyrics: Traditional Music Producer/Arranger: Surinder Sodhi Sound Engineer: Mayur Bakshi VFX Producer: Shravan Shah Manager (Rajshri Music): Alisha Baghel Producer: Rajjat A. Barjatya Copyrights and Publishing: Rajshri Entertainment Private Limited
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Vakratunda Mahakaya 108 Times | Ganpati Mantra With Lyrics

Popular Ganpati Mantra “Vakratunda Mahakaya” 108 times with lyrics!

Chant this peaceful Ganpati Mantra, Vakratunda Mahakaya with the help of lyrics only on Rajshri Soul.
 
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This mantra describes Lord Ganesha as the one with a curved trunk and a mighty body, who has the magnificence of a million suns.This elephant-headed deity is refereed to as an obstacle remover and is one of the most widely worshiped Hindu deities.


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Language: Sanskrit Singer: Ketan Patwardhan Lyrics: Traditional Music Producer/Arranger: Surinder Sodhi Sound Engineer: Mayur Bakshi VFX Producer: Tanmay Pawar Manager (Rajshri Soul): Ketan Patwardhan Producer: Rajjat A. Barjatya Copyrights and Publishing: Rajshri Entertainment Private Limited
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Jai Ambe Gauri – Durga Aarti With Lyrics – Sanjeevani Bhelande – Hindi Devotional Songs

Popular Aarti “Jai Ambe Gauri” by Sanjeevani Bhelande with Hindi and English Lyrics!

Aarti – A Hindu religious ritual of worship, refers to the songs sung in praise of the deity when lamps are being offered. Devotees express their complete and unflinching love towards God by singing aartis with a deep sense of reverence and adoration.

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Aarti Jai Ambe Gauri


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Language: Hindi Singer: Sanjeevani Bhelande Composer: Traditional Lyrics: Traditional Music Producer/Arranger: Surinder Sodhi Sound Engineer: Mayur Bakshi VFX Producer: Shravan Shah Manager (Rajshri Music): Alisha Baghel Producer: Rajjat A. Barjatya Copyrights and Publishing: Rajshri Entertainment Private Limited
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How to celebrate birthday as per Hindu religion

Read below to know how to celebrate birthday as per Hindu culture!

Celebrating one’s birthday is a momentous event of life. Some take the birthday as any other usual day. But it has significance in Hindureligion? It should be commemorative. With each birthday one, not only gets year older, but needs to get mature. This day gives you a chance to introspect yourself and look into the past. If you have committed mistakes in your past, ensure to avoid repeating them in future.
 
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On your birthday, get up early in the morning, take abhyangasnaan (an early morning bath) and wear new clothes. If you do not have new clothes, clad in clean and neat ones. This would have a strong impact on your mind and infuse confidence in your personality. Pay obeisance at the place of worship in your house and bow down to pray the God with dedication. You can chant regular mantras and shlokas. Spend some time in meditation.

The parents and elders in the family are to be greeted by bowing down and touching their feet. Pray to your ancestors and take blessings from them. These blessings are certainly going to pave way for achieving success in your life!  The mother (or any senior lady) will be performing Aukshawan (a kind of Puja, offered to living humane in place of God) for your long life and getting everything best in life. The Akshata (rice with kumkum) is put on the forehead three times. These Akshatas (Akshata – indestructible) are blessings that will carry Chaitanya waves (cosmic intelligence) that will help you in your life ahead.
 
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 You must make some resolution (constructive ideas) on this auspicious day and vow to fulfill it. Resolutions must be for the development our culture further and leading to welfare of the family and society.

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Sai Baba Aarti – Aarti Utaru Mere Satguru Sai Mere Baba Sai -With Lyrics – Sadhana Sargam

Popular Aarti “Utaru Mere Satguru Sai Mere Baba Sai” by Sadhana Sargam with Lyrics!

Sai Baba of Shirdi, also known as Shirdi Sai Baba, was an Indian spiritual master who was and is regarded by his devotees as a saint, fakir, and satguru, according to their individual proclivities and beliefs.

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Sai Baba Aarti with Lyrics


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Festivals

SHRI ADI SHANKARACHARYA JAYANTI

Do you know why we celebrate Shri Adi Shankaracharya Jayanti? Know more about this festival!

Shri  Adi  Shankaracharya  Jayanti
Date: 20th April 2018

Shri  Adi  Shankaracharya Swami Jayanti (Birthday) is celebrated on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha of Vaishakha month, as per Hindu calendar. This Vaishakha month has great significance as many divine teachers and sages were born this month. Shri Adi Shankaracharya was one such great Indian philosopher and Guru (teacher). He had combined Advaita – Vedanta (school of Hinduism to the path of spiritual realization) thesis and spread the teachings of Hindu culture all over India. The great guru Shankaracharya who had re-established the Hindu philosophy, was born approximately 1000 years ago in the village called ‘Kaladi’ in Kerala state, South India. He was born to a Brahmin couple Shuvguru-Aryamba.

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Even  after years  of marriage, Brahmin couple was childless. The couple worshipped Lord Shankar (Lord Shiva)  to get  children. Having satisfied with honest prayers, Lord Shiva appeared in their dreams and  asked to express their wish. The couple requested Him to bless them with a child having long life as well as  fame, stretching  worldwide. Lord Shiva replied, the child will either have  long life or worldwide fame.  The couple chose the fame over long life of the child.

A son was born to the couple as incarnation Lord Shiva. He was named as Shankar. He was one of the most intelligent among all boys of his age. He mastered ‘Vedas’ while he was 8 years old. He had memorised Hindu scriptures at the age of 12. He wrote many  Hindu Granthas (sacred text)  at the age of 16 years. Some of these Granthas include Bramhasutras, Vishnusahasranaam  and written comments on various other Granthas  etc. These Granthas are so magnificent that they cannot be completely understood by a human being in his/her one life!
 Next sixteen years he spent spreading Advaita Vedanta all over India. At the tender age of  32, he left for Heavenly abode  in Kedarnath, Uttarakhand state. He along with other Hindu preachers, played an important iconic role in securing, rejuvenating and establishing  values of Hinduism. By recalling his name only, we find pride and we bow down with respect. It is  because of Shri Adi Shankaracharya’s stupendous  work in Vedic culture, we could retain the dignity of our Hindu culture. He founded Peethas at Jagannathpuri, Shrungeri, Dwarka and Badrinath and fifth one at Kanchi. Thus people remember him on his birthday and thank him for to protect and invigorate Hindu culture.
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Akshay Tritiya

Do you know why we celebrate Akshay Tritiya? Read to know more about this festival!

AKSHAY TRITIYA

Date: 18th April 2018
Other Names: Akha Teej

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Akshay Tritiya is celebrated on third day of Vaishakh month, as per the Hindu calendar. The name itself signifies it to be indestructible. This day is considered as one of the, three and a half auspicious days, suggested in Shastras, that offers good luck in terms of investments, owning  a property, commencement of a new business, purchases of new vehicles, weddings  etc. It is believed that if one makes a beginning on this day, the success is guaranteed. The Gold, Silver and other jewels bought on this auspicious day, gets multiplied and remain permanently. The Lord Parashurama and Nara Narayana are supposed to have born on this day. In temples, special Havana (offerings with mantras in fire) are performed.

On this day, devotees get up early in the morning before Sunrise. They clean their houses and surroundings.  They greet and offer prayers to Lord Vishnu and chant Vishnu Sahasranaam. Some offer Puja and pray to their Kuldevata (Kula means clan and Devata means deity). People also pray their ancestors on this day and donate wheat, rice, milk to the needy people on behalf of their ancestors. This day has a special importance of donation. It is believed that, God blesses all those who donates anything.

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As Akshay Tritiya falls in the month of March or April (as per Gregorian calendar)  i.e. spring or summer season, the  devotees donate shoes, umbrellas, cooked rice mixed with curd, sugarcane juice or food items considered to be cool in nature, consumable in scorching heat of the  summer. It is also a practice to arrange for free drinking water service for thirsty ones. Various organizations arrange tree plantation events, invite people to plant different trees and request them to nurture these plants. Women gather in the evening to perform some religious formalities.


It is a common faith that if prayers offered to God with dedication, on this day, his/her Doshas (faults) are destroyed. We should pray God and seek their blessings. These blessings help us to overcome all sufferings of our life. On the occasion of Akshay Tritiya, the devotees must greet, revere and pray the God sincerely to protect ourselves from all the existing evils. Specific & special mantras are chanted for wellbeing and prosperity!
ममाखिलपापक्षयपूर्वकसकलशुभफलप्राप्तये
भगवत्प्रीतिकामनयादेवत्रयपूजनमहंकरिष्ये।