Can you ever imagine a celebration without songs? Not at all! There are wide collections of Diwali songs written specially for the occasion to have maximum fun with your dear ones. This five day extravaganza of the festive season calls in for maximum enjoyment as people gather in large numbers and tap their feet to the tune of Diwali songs. Songs reveal the real essence of the festival and keep the mood of merriment intact. These melodious yet charismatic songs add spice and aura to the festival spreading the wave of enthusiasm all around. These songs help you depict enthusiasm and joy awaiting its arrival and while eagerly pepping up the preparations. Express yourself with the aid of these songs and enjoy the moments of every five days of Diwali. In case, you are in search of Diwali songs, you have come to the right place. Scroll further to find details of the Diwali songs and learn the lyrics right away!
Songs For Diwali
Maa Lakshmi Aarti
"Jai lakshmi maataa, maiyaa jai lakshmimaataa
Brahmaani, rudraani, kamlaa, tu hi haijagamaataa
Surya chandramaadhyaavata, naarada rishi gaataa
Jo koi tumkodhyaavata, riddhi siddhi dhanapaataa
Tu hi haipaatalabasanti, tu hi shubhadaataa
Karma prabhaavaprakaashaka, jaganidhiketraataa
Jisgharamein tum rahati, sabasadagunaaataa
Kara sake koiikara le, mananahinghabaraataa
Tumabinayagyana hove, vastranakoiipaataa
Khaanapaanakavaibhava, sab tumse hi aataa
Ratanachaturdashatuma hi, koiinahinpaataa
Shree Ganesh Aarti
"Jai Ganesh Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh deva
Mata jakiParvati, Pita Mahadeva.
Ekdantdayavant, char bhujadhari
Mathesindursohai, muse kisavari, Jai
Andhanko ankh det, kodhinko kaya
Banjhankoputradet, nirdhankomaya, Jai
Pan chadhe, phulchadhe, aurchadhemeva
Ladduankabhoglage, sahtkareseva, ,Jai
Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh deva,
Mata jakiParvata, Pita Mahadeva."
Lord Rama Aarti
"Shri Ram AartiShriRamachandrakripalubhaju man,
karkanj pad kanjarunamKandarpaganitamitchhavi,
pat pit manahuntaditruchi,
Bhuj din bandudineshdanav,
Ajanubhuj san-chap dhar,
shesh muni man ranjanam,
kamadikhal dal bhanjanam.
Manujahiracheumilahi so bar sahajsundarsanvaro,
TuIsibhavanihinpuji-punimudit man mandirchali.
Siyahiyaharshuna jai kahi,
Mentioned above are aarti songs which can be sung while performing aarti. These songs would help you perform aarti in traditional way. Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Rama are very much associated with Diwali. No celebration is complete without worshipping Lord Ganesh.