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Shiva Aarati - Om Jai Shiv Omkāra

aum jai shiv omkārā svāmī jai shiv omkārā
brahmā vishnu sadāshiv ardhāngī dhārā
aum jai shiv omkārā

Aum, victory to Shiva-Omkara, victory to Shiva,
To Brahmā, Vishnu and Sadashiva, partial holders of one body.
Aum, victory to Shiva-Omkara.

ekānan chaturānan pañchānan rāje
hansānan garudāsan vrishavāhan sāje
aum jai shiv omkārā

To the one-faced, the four-faced, the five-faced,
To the One whose mount is the swan, the eagle, the bull.
Aum, victory to Shiva-Omkara.

do bhuj chāru chaturbhuj dash bhuj te sohe
teeno rūp nirakhtā tribhuvan man mohe
aum jai shiv omkārā

To the One with two shoulders, four shoulders, ten shoulders,
The three worlds take delight in seeing Thine three forms.
Aum, victory to Shiva-Omkara.

akshamālā vanmālā rundamālā dhārī
chandan mrigamad sohe bhāle shashidhārī
aum jai shiv omkārā

To the One garlanded in rudraksha beads, in forest flowers, in skulls,
Anointed with chandan and musk, forehead adorned with the crescent-moon.
Aum, victory to Shiva-Omkara.

shvetāmbar pītāmbar bāghāmbar ange
sanakādik brahmādik bhūtādik sange
aum jai shiv omkārā

To the One clad in white robes, in yellow robes, in tiger skins,
Worshipped by the Devas, the sages and all beings.
Aum, victory to Shiva-Omkara.

kar ke bīch kamandal chakra trishul dharatā
jag karatā jag hartā jag pālan kartā
aum jai shiv omkārā

To the One who holds the waterpot, the discus, the trident,
The Creator, the Sustainer and Dissolver of the world.
Aum, victory to Shiva-Omkara

brahmā vishnu sadāshiva jānat avivekā
pranavākshar ke madhye yeh tīno ekā
aum jai shiv omkārā

The non-discriminating know Brahmā, Vishnu and Sadashiva
Are indeed one within the holy syllable Pranava (Aum).
Aum, victory to Shiva-Omkara.

triguna svāmījī kī āratī jo koī jan gāve
kahat shivānanda svāmī manavānchhit phal pāve
aum jai shiv omkārā

Whosoever should sing this hymn of the three-fold Lord,
Says Swami Shivananda, he shall receive whatever he wishes.
Aum, victory to Shiva-Omkara.


Note:
Please, note that refrain Om Jai Shiv Omkārā which is the last line of each verse is often replaced with Har Har Har Mahadev.

Om Jai Shiv Omkārā!

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