AARTI KUNJ BIHARI KI LYRICS IN PDF

He has a garland from Lord Vishnu around his neck Who as a child plays a melodious flute Who has shining hoops in his ears A dear one of Nanda Who is a cloud of happiness The moon for the village of Vraja Dear to Radhika Who is Giridhara who roams in the gardens We sing this aarti to Lord Krishna Kunj Bihari Who is Giridhara who roams in the gardens. Who has a body like clouds and a dark complexion Who has a shining friend Who stands in the creepers and the shrubs Who has dark locks of hair A wild turmeric mark on his forehead Whose glance is like the moon The dear one of Shyama Who is Giridhara who roams in the gardens We sing this aarti to Lord Krishna Kunj Bihari Who is Giridhara who roams in the gardens. He has a gold crown of peacock feathers Who the demi-gods flock for a glimpse of Who is showered with flowers from the sky The harp and drums play when he is with the cow maids Who has immeasurable charm Who is the child of Gopa Who is Giridhara who roams in the gardens We sing this aarti to Lord Krishna Kunj Bihari Who is Giridhara who roams in the gardens. Where his feet land, the river Ganga flows The river Ganga washes away all the dirt from within us The river which destroys desire The river that is matted in Lord Shiva's hair He who is Banvari Who is Giridhara who roams in the gardens We sing this aarti to Lord Krishna Kunj Bihari Who is Giridhara who roams in the gardens.

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Shri Kunj Bihari is one of the several names of Lord Krishna, where the word Bihari alludes to Krishna and Kunj represents Vrindavan, where Shri Krishna grew up and spent his whole youth. Gale me vaijyanti mala Bajaave murali madhur baala Shravan me kundal jhalkaala Nand ke nand, sri anand kand, mohan brij chandra Radhika raman bihari ki Shree girdhar krishna muraari ki Aarati kunj bihaari ki Shree girdhar krishna muraari ki.

Gagan sam ang kanti kaali Radhika chamak rahi aali Latan me thaade banmaali Bhramar si alak, Kasturi tilak, Chandra si jhalak, Lalit chavi shyama pyari ki Shree girdhar krishna muraari ki Aarati kunj bihaari ki Shree girdhar krishna muraari ki. Jaha te pragat bhai ganga Kalush kali haarini sri ganga Smaran te hot moh bhanga Basee shiv sheesh, jata ke beech Hare agh keech Charan chhavi sri banwari ki Shree girdhar krishna muraari ki Aarati kunj bihaari ki Shree girdhar krishna muraari ki.

Along these lines, 'Kunj-Bihari' signifies Lord Krishna, the person who goes to or likes investing energy in the lovely gardens which are obscure from various sides.

On what all occasion is the aarti recited? Aarti kunj bihari ki shri girdhar krishna murari ki is presented on numerous events associated with Lord Krishna like on Krishna Janmashtami, and so on. This Aarti is recounted to look for the gifts of Lord Krishna. It is additionally presented in numerous Hindu homes while they state their daily prayers. What is the best time to recite Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki? The aarti can be chanted twice a day, which is early morning and evening time.

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