In Hindu homes, the singing the aarti (hymn) dedicated to God Hanuman is considered the apt way to conclude a prayer session. The arti of lord Hanuman is also popularly called the Bajrangbali aarti. Hindu devotees believe that the worship of God Hanuman is incomplete without the singing of the Hanuman arti. The Hanuman aarti praises the lord and thanks him for the fact that by his grace, problems and ill-health do not affect his devotees.
Lord Hanuman, in Indian mythology, is hailed for bringing back Lord Laxman to life and for overcoming evil by defeating demon, Ravana at the battle in Lanka. Swami Tulsidas has hence sung praises of Bajrangbali in his aarti. It is believed that people who sing the Hanuman aarti will get the honor of being at the highest pedestal in heaven. Sing the aarti given below to truly feel its divine power.
Aarti Keejai Hanuman Lalla Ki, Dushtdalan Raghunath Kala Ki
Jake bal se girivar Kanpai, Roga dosha Bhaye nikat na Janke
Anjani putra maha baldahi, Santan ke prabhu sada sahai
De veera Raghunath pathaye, Lanka jari Siya sudhi laye
Lanka so kot samudra si khai, Jat Pavansut var na lai
Lanka jari asur sab mare, Siyaramji ke kaaj sanvare
Lakshman murchit pare dharni pai, Aani Sanjivan pran uvare
Paithi patal tori yamkare, Ahiravan ke bhuja ukhare
Bhahe bhuja sub asurdal mare, Dahine bhuja santjan tare
Sur nar munijan aarti utare, Jai Jai Jai Hanumanji uchare
Kanchan thar kapur lau chhai, Aarti karat Anjani mai
Jo Hanumanji ke aarti gavai, So vaikunt amarpad pavai
Lanka vidhvans kiye Raghurayee, Tulsidas prabhu keerati gayee.
Singing of Hanuman or Bajrangbali aarti is considered the apt way to end a prayer in Hindu homes. Read on Hanuman arti.