Sai Baba Ki Aarthi

Sai Baba Ki Aarthi
English Transliteration E-Text Source:
Translated by P. R. Ramachander

[Aarthi is a very preferred form of worship to any God in North India; normally the devotee sings this song before the God. This Aarthi is addressed to Shirdi Sai Baba.]

Aarti Shree Sai Guruvar Ki, l
Parmanand Sada Survar Ki. ll 1

This is song of prayer to the great teacher Sai,
The great God who was always immersed in divine joy.

Jaki kripa vipul sukhkari, l
Dukh, shok, sankat, bhaykari ll 2

His mercy gives great pleasure,
And removes all types of sorrow.

Shirdi mein avtar rachaya, I
Chamatkar se tatva dikhaya ll 3

He took birth in Shirdi
And due to his greatness,
He showed essence of all principles.

bhakt charan par aaye, l
veh sukh-shanti chirtan paye ll 4

The devotees came to his feet,
And they got happiness and peace.

Bhav dhare mann mein jaisa, I
pavat anubhav woh hi waisa ll 5

Their experiences were very similar,
With the attitude that they had in mind.

Guru ki lagave tan ko, I
Samadhan lahbhat uss mannko ll 6

The one who surrenders his body to the Guru,
Would get mental peace.

Sai naam sada jo gave, l
So phal jag mein shshvat pave ll 7

He who sings the name of Sai,
Would get results which are permanent in this world.

Guruvarsar kari pooja-sevaI,
uss par kripa karat gurudeva ll 8

On him who serves the great Guru,
He Would show mercy on him.

Ram, krishna, Hanuman roop mein, I:
De darshan jaanat jo mann mein ll 9

To those who think of Rama, Krishna or Hanuman,
He spears to them in that form in their mind.

Vividh dharm ke sevak aate,
Darshan se eechit phal pate ll

To those who are devotes of different temples,
He appears to them in that form and fulfills their desires.

Jai bolo Saibaba ki, l
Jai bolo Avdhotguru ki ll 10

Tell victory to Sai Baba
Tell victory to Sai Baba.

Saidass Aarti ko gave, l
Ghar mein basi sukh, mangal pave ll 11

If the devotee of Sai sings this prayer,
In his house he will have pleasure and joy.

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