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मराठी मुख्य सूची|आरती संग्रह|देवी आरती संग्रह|
जय देवी मंगळागौरी । ...

देवीची आरती - जय देवी मंगळागौरी । ...

देवीदेवतांची काव्यबद्ध स्तुती म्हणजेच आरती.
Aarti, arti, arathi, or arati is a Hindu ritual, and is generally accompanied by the singing of songs in praise of that God or Goddess.

देवीची आरती
जय देवी मंगळागौरी । ओवाळीन सोनियाताटी ॥
रत्नाचे दिवे माणिकाच्या वाती । हिरेया ज्योती ॥ धृ. ॥
मंगळमूर्ती उपजली काया । प्रसन्न झाली अल्पायुषी राया ॥
तिष्टली राज्यबाळी । अयोपण द्यावया ॥ जय. ॥ १ ॥
पूजेला ग आणिती जाईच्या कळ्या । सोळा तिकटी सोळा परिची पत्री ॥
जाई जुई अबुल्या । शेवंती नागचाफे ॥
पारिजातके मनोहरे ।गोकर्ण महाफुले ॥
नंदेटे तगरे ।पूजेला ग आणिली ॥ जय. ॥ २ ॥
साळीचे तांदूळ मुगाची डाळ ।आळणी खिचडी रांधिती नार ॥
आपल्या पतीलागी । सेवा करिती फार ॥ जय ॥ ३ ॥
डुमडुम डुमडुम वाजंत्री वाजती । कळावी कांकणे हाती शोभती ॥
शोभती बाजुबंद । कानी कांपाचे गवें ।
ल्यायिली अंबाबाई शोभे ॥ जय. ॥ ४ ॥
न्हाऊनी माखुनि मौनी बैसली ।
पाटावाची चोळी क्षीरोदक नेसली ॥
स्वच्छ बहुत होउनी । अंबा पूजू बैसली ॥ जय. ॥ ५ ॥
सोनियाचे ताटी घातिल्या पंचारती । मध्ये उजळती कापुराच्या वाती ॥
करा धूप दीप । आतां नैवद्य षड्रस पक्वान्नें ॥
ताटी भरा बोनें ॥ जय. ॥ ६ ॥
लवलाहें तीघे काशी निघाली ।माउली मंगळागौरी भिजवूं विसरली ॥
मागुती परतुनीयां आली ।अंबा स्वयंभू देखिली ॥
देऊळ सोनियाचे । खांब हिरे यांचे ॥
वरती कळस मोतियांचा ॥ जय. ॥ ७ ॥
Translation - भाषांतर

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  • (Politics and administration). Politics and administration or administrative politics in ancient India is dealt with in Manusmṛti and Agni Purāṇa. A very brief summary of it is given below: The King should organise six kinds of army formations, worship the Devas duly and then set out for war. Mūlabala, Bhūtabala, Śreṇībala, Suhṛdbala, Śatrubala and Āṭavikabala are the six kinds of army formations. The list is given in order of the comparative importance of the bala. The army has six parts i.e. Mantra (advisers), Koṣa (treasury), Padāti (infantry), Turaga (Cavalry), Gaja (elephant) and Ratha (chariot). If an attack is feared either against the forts or across rivers or trenches, the army should be marched for their protection. The Army Chieftains surrounded by mighty warriors should lead the divisions. The King and his wife should be at the centre of the army-division along with the treasury and first class soldiers. On both sides of the King should march the cavalry and the chariots should form the farther wings. Elephants should proceed on the two sides of the chariot and soldiers recruited from forests must march on the sides of the elephants. The supreme commander will march behind all the others guiding the army. If there is cause for fear in front of the army during the march, three Vyūhas (Phalanxes) Makara, Śyena or Sūcī should be put in the Vanguard. The Śakaṭa Vyūha is more suited to meet an attack from behind. If attack is feared from the flanks then also the Śakaṭavyūha is advisable. When attack from all the sides is feared sarvatobhadravyūha is indicated. It is the duty of the Supreme Commander to safe-guard his army and suppress reactionary forces whenever the army gets weakened, when it marches through caves, mountains or rocks or other difficult terrain or weakened by the persistent attacks of the enemy. When the time, place and the people's attitude are favourable, the King should engage himself in open war with the enemy, and if they are unfavourable he shall not go in for war. If confrontation with the enemy occurs under circumstances in which the King is visible to the enemy, powerful divisions of the army consisting of warriors of great calibre should be stationed either at the front or in the rear. In the formation of vyūhas (phalanx) there are seven factors called Uras (breast), Kakṣas (arm-pits), two Pakṣas (sides), two Madhyas (centre) and Pṛṣṭha (rear). The commanders should be surrounded by bold soldiers. The leader is the very life of the war. At the Uras of the vyūha powerful elephants, at the Kakṣas chariots and at the Pakṣas cavalry should be stationed. This is called pakṣabhedivyūha. If at the centre cavalry and at Kakṣas and Pakṣas elephants are stationed, it is called antarbhedivyūha. If there are no chariots, cavalry or infantry may be put in their place. Certain authorities maintain that in every vyūha elephants may be stationed in the place of chariots, if chariots are not available. [Agni Purāṇa, Chapter 242]. 

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