Aarti(आरती) Chalisa(चालीसा) Bhajan(भजन)
Online library of all aarti(आरती), chalisa(चालीसा), mantra(मंत्र), katha(कथा) and bhajan(भजन)
Aarti also spelled arti, arati, arathi, aarati, aarthi, aarthy, arthy (आरती ) is a Hindu religious ritual of worship, a part of puja, in which light (usually from a flame) is offered to one or more deities. Aarati(s) also refers to the songs sung in praise of the deity, when the light is being offered.
Chalisa is a prayer offered in the simple language of God. Reciting te calisa of te presiding deity has a wonderful effect in a person’s life. In addition, this payer is called chalisa beacause it consists of the forty lines. It does not require any special rules.
A Mantra (मन्त्र) is a sacred utterance, a numinous sound, a syllable, word or phonemes, or group of words in Sanskrit believed by practitioners to have psychological and/or spiritual powers. Some mantras have a syntactic structure and literal meaning, while others do not.
Katha (or Kathya) is an Indian style of religious storytelling, performances of which are a ritual event in Hinduism. It often involves professional storytellers (kathavahchak or vyas) who recite Hindu religious texts. Kathas sometimes take place in households, involving smaller stories related to the Vrat Katha.
Bhajan refers to any devotional song with religious theme or spiritual ideas.It is generally done with one or more lead singers, accompanied with music, and sometimes dancing. There are instruments such as tabla, a dholak or tamborine. Handheld kartals are commonly used to maintain the beat, rhythm. A bhajan may be sung in a temple, in a home, under a tree in the open, near a river bank or a place of historic significance.
Live Darshan (लाइव दर्शन)
Live Dasrhan is a live telecast of various religious places through live streaming so that people who cannot visit to temple can watch and offer pray directly to God from any place.