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Mangala Aarti : An Auspicious Event Represents As The Conclusion

Singing Mangalam at the end of a performance or auspicious event signifies the conclusion of the storytelling or proceedings and is a way to offer good wishes and blessings to the listeners or participants. It is also a gesture of gratitude towards the divine and the creative forces that sustain our existence.

In Telugu tradition, it is customary to sing Mangala Aarti during auspicious occasions such as poojas, fasting, marriages, and birthdays. The concert or event concludes with a grand finale, and at that time, everyone looks for individuals who can sing the Aarti well. Even those who have a basic knowledge of singing may try to learn the four Mangala Aartis to enhance the experience.

Mangala Aarti & Lyrics

The lyrics of Mangala Harati Geetha are not only melodious but also carry a certain charm. Folk artists believe that listening to and reciting these songs brings good fortune to everyone. While the literal meaning of “Mangalam” in common language may imply leaving or stopping, its true intention is to convey good luck and to extend wishes for everyone’s happiness and well-being.

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