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Lakshmi Aarti - Om Jai Lakshmi Mata

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The Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity - Goddess Lakshmi who is believed to be the wife of Lord Vishnu is the most worshiped goddess by the Hindus. It is believed that one who devotedly worships Her is blessed with wealth and prosperity.

Aarti which is offered at the end of the puja is an act of offering burning camphor or lighted diyas / lamps in a circular or oscillatory motion. This way of worshiping is mostly accompanied with songs in praise of the god / goddess along with the rhythmic beats of drums, cymbals, bells and hand clapping. This is one of the important part of Hindu way of worshiping.

Dhanteras / Dhana Triodasi and Deepavali are the two important Hindu festivals when Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped across the country. Besides these two festivals, in some regions of the country particularly in the Southern states Lakshmi Devi is specially worshiped on Varalakshmi Vratam / Pooja day which is celebrated on the 2nd Friday in the auspicious Hindu month of Sravananam

Following are the lyrics of Lakshmi Aarti
Om Jai Lakshmi Maa Maiyya Jai Lakshmi Mata
Tumko Nisdin Sevat - 2
Har Vishnu Vidhata
Om Jai Lakshmi Mata

Uma Rama Bharmani
Tu Hi Jagki Hai Mata Maiyya Tuhi Jagki Hai Mata
Surya Chandrama Dhyawat - 2
Narad Rishi Gata
Om Jai Lakshmi Mata

Durga Roop Niranjan
Sukh Sampati Data Maiyya Sukh Sampati Data
Jo Koi Tumko Dhyavat - 2
Riddhi Siddhi Pata
Om Jai Lakshmi Mata

Tumhi Patal Basanti
Tu Hi Shubh Data Maiyya Tuhi Shubh Data
Karam Prabhav Prakasini - 2
Jag Nidhi Ki Trata
Om Jai Lakshmi Mata

Jis Ghar Mein Tharo Vaso OR (Jis Ghar Mein Tum Rahti)
Tehi Mein Gun Aata  OR (Sab Sadgun Aata)
Maiyya Tehi Mein Gun Aata
Karna Sake Sohi Karle - 2
Man Nahi Bhar Pata
Om Jai Lakshmi Mata

Tum Bin Yangya Na Hove
Vastra Na Koi Pata Maiyya Vastra No Koi Pata
Khan  Pana Ko Vaibhav - 2
Tum Bin Ko Jata
Om Jai Lakshmi Mata

Shubhgun Sundar Mukta
Ksheernidhi Jata Maiyya Ksheernidhi Jata
Ratna Chaturdashon Ko - 2
Koi Nahi Pata
Om Jai Lakshmi Mata

Ye Aarti Lakshmiji Ki
Joi Koi Gata Maiyya Jo Koi Gata
Purvananda Ati Umde - 2
Par Utar Jata
Om Jai Lakshmi Mata

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