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Aarti is the most important aspect of Hindu prayers or Pujas. When aarthi is offered to the deities, it symbolizes the song chant in praise of the deity. Lighting aarti means it removes the darkness from the place. In the Hindu Aarti ceremony, flowers represent the solidity, water element represents the liquidity, the ghee or oil lamp represents the fire element, the peacock fan represents the air, and the yak-tail represents the space. And the incense represents the peace and purity of mind. Puja N Pujari is a spiritual formation for all puja. And we have more collections of aarti stands like Kapoor aarti stand, brass aarthi stand, crystal dhoop aarthi stand, silver aarti stand, nakshatra, and 108 Diya aarti stand. So Buy these 108 Diya Aarti Stand Online and perform aarti for the god and goddess.
Significance of Aarthi Stands
Aarti can be offered to the deities, at the end of Puja. Normally it can be performed more than one to three times a day. This is the most important aspect of prayers in Hinduism, which means the removal of darkness by true spiritual enlightenment. It is performed by a camphor lighting in front of deity while praying using Puja Bells. This aarti is done with total enthusiasm of respect, feeling of intense love and acclaim and the meditation of thought towards deities. The reason behind the performing Aarti with divine aarti Diya is the aim of admiring the deities in humbleness and great fullness, thus the worshipers become greatly plunged in God's holy form. Aarthi generally represents the five elements of the universe i.e., Water, Earth, Wind, Fire, and Ether. Aarti can be performed by lighting lamps with wicks or Camphor. Arthi is done with the help of an aarti plate made up of metal, brass, silver, bronze or copper on top of a metal lamp filled with puja oil or ghee and a thick wick placed. If you perform this aarthi with a complete love to the deities, they will show their boons on you.
- Brass: This brass aarti stand is made up of brass. It can be used for lighting the camphor and ghee wicks or oil wicks in front of gods or goddesses while praying. It has a perfect handle to hold it is also made up of brass. This stand is available on our website at the best price in India.
- Camphor: This stand can be used for lighting the camphor. Hindus will light camphor or Kapoor as an offering to deities at the end of the puja. At that time the devotee or camphor Aarti holder places cupped hands over the light and touches the eyes and top of the head, which means the illumination of vision and purity of thought. This stand length is 7.5inches.
- Crystal: Crystal Aarti stands made with crystal. It can be used for lighting dhoop during aarti time at the end of the puja. It is an attractive design, this stand has a curved shape. It is in white.
- Silver: This Silver Aarti Stand made with silver. It spreads positive aura in your pooja room with this heavenly aarti stand. Elegantly designs and modified to capture the essence of spirituality. These stands are a smart choice to have in any Hindu rituals setting. From different sizes and designs to choose from. Puja N Pujari brings spirituality home.
What is the importance of aarthi?
The purpose of performing aarthi is the removal of darkness by true spiritual enlightenment. And the reason behind the performing aarthi to admire the deities in humbleness and great fullness, thus the worshipers become greatly plunged in God's holy form. Aarthi generally represents the five elements of the universe, they are Water, Earth, Wind, Fire, and Ether.
Why do we ring the bell during aarthi?
Ringing the bell while doing puja is believed that when the bell has romped then there is a trembling in the atmosphere, which goes far enough due to the climate. Even while performing ceremonies like Aarathi, we ring the bell and the propitious sound of the conch and other musical instruments are also romped along with it.
What is the meaning of Aarathi?
The meaning of Aarathi is "complete love for God". The word meaning of "Aa" means "complete" and "Rathi" means "love".
Aarthi stand is made from which materials?
Normally, Aarthi stands are made up of metal, silver, brass, crystal, bronze, and copper.