Since the arti of Maruti (Hanumant) has been composed by Samarth Ramdasswami it is overflowing with Bhav (spiritual emotion). Besides as it is sung by Sanatan seekers having spiritual emotion and as there is no background music it is even more charged with spiritual emotion. This also explains pronunciation of words, rhythm of words, emphasis to be laid on which syllables etc. Listening to it and singing it similarly will help in evoking spiritual emotion in you as well.
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Arti of Maruti
satrāṇe uḍḍāṇe huṃkāra vadanīṃ । kari ḍaḻamaḻa bhūmaṃḍaḻa siṃdhūjaḻa gaganīṃ । kaḍāḍileṃ brahmāṃḍa dhokā tribhuvanīṃ । suravara, nara, niśācara* tyā jhālyā paḻaṇī ।। 1 ।। jaya deva jaya deva jaya jaya hanumaṃtā । tumaceni pratāpe na bhiye kṛtāntā ।। dhṛ0 ।। dumadumile pātāḻa uṭhalā paḍaśabda । dhagadhagilā dharaṇīdhara mānilā kheda । kaḍāḍile parvata uḍugaṇa uccheda । rāmīṃ rāmadāsā śaktīcā śodha ।। 2 ।।
– samartha rāmadāsasvāmī
*Differences in lyrics : suravara, niśācara
Implied meaning of some words in the arti
In ‘satrāṇe uḍḍāṇe huṃkāra vadanīṃ ।’ ‘satrāṇe’ means with enthusiasm.
‘kṛtāntā’ from ‘tumaceni pratāpe na bhiye kṛtāntā’ is death.
‘dhagadhagilā dharaṇīdhara mānilā kheda’ means Hanuman’s prowess evoked envy in the mind of even Sheshnag (dharaṇīdhara) making him dejected.
In ‘kaḍāḍile parvata uḍugaṇa uccheda’ ‘uḍugaṇa’ refers to the region of planets (nakshatralok).
‘rāmīṃ rāmadāsā śaktīcā śodha’ means Samarth Ramdasswami found tremendous energy in Maruti who had become one with Shriram.