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Date: 28-Aug-2014
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Aar – means Aaradhya Dev (the deity who is worshipped), ti = means timir (darkness). With aarti, we invoke our deity to remove darkness from our life and fill it with the divine light (diya).
Aarti is conducted at the time of twilight. Twilight is neither day nor night. During that period there are no negative or positive forces. In this neutral environment, we do aahvahan (invocation) of our aaradhya dev by singing a strotra (a hymn in praise of the almighty), and doing diya (lamp). Diya is encircled around God to make sure God remains there and does not disappear. After aarti has been completed, we offer the lamp to God to fill it with God's energy. Then we proceed to take the aarti and wave our hands in a circular motion from left to right so that we will absorb God's energy into our body. We then encircle aarti with water to cool down the intensity of energy, so that it does not burn the surrounding. We also wash our hands so that energy does not burn us but keeps us in balance.


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Aar – means Aaradhya Dev (the deity who is worshipped), ti = means timir (darkness). With aarti, we invoke our deity to remove darkness from our life and fill it with the divine light (diya). Aarti is conducted at the time of twilight. Twilight is neither day nor night. During that period there are no negative or positive forces. In this neutral environment, we do aahvahan (invocation) of our aaradhya dev by singing a strotra (a hymn in praise of the almighty), and doing diya (lamp). Diya is encircled around God to make sure God remains there and does not disappear. After aarti has been completed, we offer the lamp to God to fill it with God's energy. Then we proceed to take the aarti and wave our hands in a circular motion from left to right so that we will absorb God's energy into our body. We then encircle aarti with water to cool down the intensity of energy, so that it does not burn the surrounding. We also wash our hands so that energy does not burn us but keeps us in balance. Aarti 2014-08-28 https://www.myinnerkarma.org/articles/default.aspx?title=aarti