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  1. Arati is a fictional character from the 2008 film Phoonk.
  2. Arati is a fictional character from the 2009 film Gilli.
  3. Arati is a fictional character from the 2008 film Firaaq.
  4. Arati is a fictional character from the 1940 film Suktara.

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"Arati" is a film, directed by J. H. Satar.

  • genre: World cinema
  • released in (34 years ago)

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Google previewSupernatural Signs, Symbols, and Codes (2011)

by Arlene Billings, Beryl Dhanjal

LEFT: Arati is a ritual to ward off evil. OPPOSITE: The Firemark on a house was an insurance policy. Eventually ...

Google previewInner Awakening (2010)

by Nithyananda Paramahamsa

Arati is a beautiful celebration of sound and light that has been performed for thousands of years in India. It is an offering to the Divine which captivates all our senses. Every day, we appreciate this elegant ceremony at the temple, lost in time ...

Google previewIn the Presence of Sai Baba (2008)

Body, City, and Memory in a Global Religious Movement by Smriti Srinivas

The arati is an adaptation of a song (“Om Jaya Jagadisha Hare”) from the Hindi film, Purab aur Paschim (1970), also used in many temples and homes across India ...

Google previewKrishna in History, Thought, and Culture: An Encyclopedia of the Hindu Lord of Many Names (2016)

An Encyclopedia of the Hindu Lord of Many Names by Lavanya Vemsani Ph.D.

Arati is an important part of devotional practice in which the direct involvement of the devotee precludes every other aspect of the ritual, and the spiritual involvement of the devotee is an essential part of the ritual, transforming the performance ...

Google previewThe Burlington Magazine (1916)

Arati means the waving of the lamps. Tn: BuaLINoTON MAGAZINE, N0. 160. Vol. XXIX—July 1916. The eight small bells ...

Google previewThe Christian Life (1881)

The Arati is a specially Indian institution, but though we took part in it in our infancy, when idols were worshipped in our house, «e confess we never knew there was so much in it as when we saw it established in connection with the worship of ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Schopenhauer's Philosophy (2016)

by David E. Cartwright

Arati Barua. New Delhi, India: Book Centre, 2008. Atzert, Stephan. “Elements of Schopenhauer's Reception by Western Indologists and Comparativists.” In Schopenhauer and Indian Philosophy: A Dialogue between India and Germany, ed.

Google previewDictionary of Pāli Proper Names: A-Dh (1937)

by Gunapala Piyasena Malalasekera

Arati Sutta. — Once when Vanglsa was in Alavi ...

Google previewThe Illustrated Encyclopedia of Hinduism: A-M (2002)

by James G. Lochtefeld

Architecture Arati The act of waving a lighted lamp before a deity. The deity may be present in many forms, such as a picture, statue, symbol (svayambhu image) such as the shalagram, or even a natural phenomenon such as a river, as in the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Hinduism (2012)

by Denise Cush, Catherine Robinson, Michael York

ARATI ̄. See: A ̄rtı ̄...

Google previewA General Bibliographical Dictionary: A-E (1837)

by Frederic Adolphus Ebert

et Run Avieni car- mina iis respondentia Arati, quae a Cic. conversa interciderunt. Op. Jo. Perionii. Par., J. L. Tiletanus, 1540. 40. 104 pages. Scarce, but cheap. It is properly an appendage to Jo. Perionius de opt. gen.

Google previewA classical dictionary of India illustrative of the mythology, philosophy, literature [&c.] of the Hindus. [With] (1871)

by John Garrett (director of public instruction in Mysore.)

Arati, Alati — A ceremony on the birth of a brahman child. The Abbe DuBois thus describes it : " Upon a plate of copper they place a lamp, made of a paste from rice-flour. It is supplied with oil and lighted. The married women, but not widows, ...

Google previewA Classical Dictionary of India (1871)

Illustrative of the Mythology, Philosophy, Literature, Antiquities, Arts, Manners, Customs &c. of the Hindus by John Garrett

Arati, Alati — A ceremony on the birth of a brahman child. The Abbe DuBois thus describes it : " Upon a plate of copper they place a lamp, made of a paste from rice-flour. It is supplied with oil and lighted. The married women, but not widows, ...

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