Hanuman Aarti | हनुमान जी की आरती

Hanuman Aarti | हनुमान जी की आरती

Hanuman Aarti | हनुमान जी की आरती

आरती कीजै हनुमान लला की।

दुष्ट दलन रघुनाथ कला की॥

जाके बल से गिरिवर कांपे।

रोग दोष जाके निकट न झांके॥

अंजनि पुत्र महाबल दाई।

सन्तन के प्रभु सदा सहाई॥

दे बीरा रघुनाथ पठाए।

लंका जारि सिया सुधि लाए॥

लंका सो कोट समुद्र-सी खाई।

जात पवनसुत बार न लाई॥

लंका जारि असुर संहारे।

सियारामजी के काज सवारे॥

लक्ष्मण मूर्छित पड़े सकारे।

आनि संजीवन प्राण उबारे॥

पैठि पाताल तो रिजम-कारे।

अहिरावण की भुजा उखारे॥

बाएं भुजा असुर दल मारे।

दाहिने भुजा संतजन तारे॥

सुर नर मुनि आरती उतारें।

जय जय जय हनुमान उचारें॥

कंचन थार कपूर लौ छाई।

आरती करत अंजना माई॥

जो हनुमानजी की आरती गावे।

बसि बैकुण्ठ परम पद पावे॥

Here is the English translation of the Hanuman Aarti:

(Verse 1)
Aarti Ki Jai Hanuman Lala Ki
Glory to the darling of Hanuman, the son of the wind

(Verse 2)
Dushat Dalan Ragunath Kala Ki
The one who annihilates demons, and is the pride of Lord Rama

(Verse 3)
Jaake Bal Se Girivar Kaanpe
By whose might, even the mighty mountains tremble

(Verse 4)
Bhoot Pisaach Nikat Nahi Aave
Ghosts and ghouls cannot come near (those who chant your name)

(Verse 5)
Mahaveer Jab Naam Sunave
When the great warrior’s name is chanted

(Verse 6)
Naasaye Rog Hare Sab Peera
All afflictions and pain are eradicated

(Verse 7)
Japat Nirantar Hanumant Beera
Chanting the name of Hanuman, the brave one, continuously

(Verse 8)
Sankat Te Hanuman Chhudave
Hanuman frees us from troubles

(Verse 9)
Man Kram Vachan Dhyaan Jo Laave
Those who meditate on Hanuman with heart, actions, and words

(Verse 10)
Sab Par Ram Tapasvee Raaja
Lord Rama is the king of all sages and ascetics

(Verse 11)
Tin Ke Kaaj Sakal Tum Saaja
You fulfill all the tasks of those devotees

(Verse 12)
Aur Manorath Jo Koi Laave
And grant the wishes of those who seek your blessings

(Verse 13)
Soi Amit Jeevan Phal Paave
They attain the eternal fruits of life

(Verse 14)
Charon Yug Partap Tumhara
Your glory is renowned in all ages

(Verse 15)
Hai Parsiddh Jagat Ujiyara
The whole world is illuminated by your fame

(Verse 16)
Saadhu Sant Ke Tum Rakhware
You are the protector of sages and saints

(Verse 17)
Asur Nikandan Ram Dulhare
You are the destroyer of demons, and beloved devotee of Lord Rama

(Verse 18)
Ashta Sidhi Nau Nidhi Ke Daata
You possess the eight siddhis and nine nidhis (supernatural powers and treasures)

(Verse 19)
As Var Deen Janki Mata
You grant boons to the poor, and Mother Sita (the consort of Lord Rama)

(Verse 20)
Ram Rasayan Tumhare Paasa
You hold the elixir of devotion to Lord Rama

(Verse 21)
Sada Raho Raghupati Ke Dasa
Always remain as the humble servant of Lord Rama

(Verse 22)
Tumhare Bhajan Ram Ko Paave
By worshiping you, one attains Lord Rama

(Verse 23)
Janam Janam Ke Dukh Bisraave
All sorrows of countless lifetimes are forgotten

(Verse 24)
Antakaal Raghubar Pur Jaayi
At the end, you depart to be with Lord Rama

(Verse 25)
Jaha Janma Hari Bhakt Kahayi
And take birth again where Lord Rama’s devotees reside

(Verse 26)
Aur Devta Chit Na Dharai Hanumant Sei Sarb Sukh Karai
No other deity is as efficient in bestowing happiness as Lord Hanuman

(Verse 27)
Sankat Kate Mite Sab Peera
All troubles are eliminated, and all pains are relieved

(Verse 28)
Jo Sumirai Hanumat Balbeera
By meditating on Hanuman, the mighty and brave

(Verse 29)
Jai Jai Jai Hanuman Gosai
Hail, Hail, Hail, Lord Hanuman

(Verse 30)
Kripa Karahu Gurudev Ki Nyahin
Please bestow your grace, O Guru Dev (Divine Teacher)

(Verse 31)
Jo Sat Baar Paath Kar Koi
Whoever recites this Aarti one hundred times

(Verse 32)
Chhutahi Bandi Maha Sukh Hoi
Will be liberated from all bondages and attain great happiness.

Hanuman Aarti, also known as “Hanuman Aarati,” is a devotional hymn dedicated to Lord Hanuman, the beloved devotee of Lord Rama and a prominent figure in Hindu mythology. This Aarti is chanted or sung by devotees to express their reverence and seek blessings from Hanuman, who is revered for his unwavering loyalty, courage, and strength.

The Hanuman Aarti is usually performed during evening prayer ceremonies or on Tuesdays and Saturdays, which are considered auspicious days to worship Lord Hanuman. It is believed that reciting the Aarti with devotion can bring protection, courage, and spiritual growth.

The Aarti typically begins with the lighting of oil lamps or camphor, and devotees join their hands and close their eyes, immersing themselves in prayer. The Hanuman Aarti is often sung melodiously in a rhythmic manner to enhance its spiritual impact. The lyrics of the Aarti are written in various Indian languages like Hindi, Sanskrit, or Marathi, depending on the region and tradition.

The Hanuman Aarti, when recited with faith and devotion, is believed to invoke the blessings and protection of Lord Hanuman. It is a way for devotees to express their love and gratitude towards this divine figure and seek his guidance in their lives.