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Vani Devi sings the Shri Ganga Arati. You can find it in the Yoga Vidya Kirtan booklet under number 312. "Shri Ganga Arati" is one of the many Aratis that are recited or sung in India. Arati means light ceremony, Arati is the ritual that is performed to worship the divine everywhere. Ganga Arati is especially addressed to Ganga. Ganga is the river, also known as Ganges, Ganga is considered a goddess. The Durga, the Divine Mother, also manifests as Ganga, and this Ganga comes into this world to purify us, to open our heart, to ultimately fill us everywhere with light, with power, with purity, so that we can perceive the Divine in itself and become the instrument of the Divine. Here is the text to sing along: Om Jaya Gange Mata, Maiya Jaya Gange Mata Jo Nara Tuma Ko Dhyata, Jo Nara Tuma Ko Dhyata Mana-vanchhita Phala Pata // Om Jaya Gange Mata// 1 // Chandrasi Jyoti Tunhari, Jala Nirmala Ata, Maiya Jala Nirmala Ata Sharana Parie Jo Teri, Sharana Parie Jo Teri, So Nara Tara Jata // Om Jaya Gange Mata // 2 // Putra Sagara Ke Tare, Saba Jaga Ko Jnata, Maiya Saba Jaga Ko Jnata, Kripadrishti Tunhari, Kripadrishti Tunhari, Tribhuvana-sukha-data // Om Jaya Gange Mata // 3 // Eka Hi Bara Jo Teri Sharanagata Ata, Maiya Sharanagata Ata Yama Ki Trasa Mita Kara, Yama Ki Trasa Mita Kara, Parama Gati Pata // Om Jaya Gange Mata // 4 // Arati Mata Tunhari, Jo Koi Nara Gata, Maiya Jo Koi Nara Gata, Dasa Vahi Sahaja Mẽ, Bhakta Vahi Sahaja Mẽ Mukti Ko Pata // Om Jaya Gange Mata // 5 // Karpura-gauram Karunavataram Sansara-saram Bhujagendra-haram Sada Vasantam Hridayaravinde Bhavam Bhavani-sahitam Namami // 6 // Bol Ganga Maiya Ki Jay Satchidananda-bhagavan Ki Jay Shri Sadguru Svami Shivananda Maharaja Ki Jay Namah Parvati-pataye Hara Hara Mahadev // 7 // For more kirtan and mantra vocal recordings click here. Further information about yoga, meditation and ayurveda can be found on the internet pages of Yoga Vidya.