A common rule of Hindu religion is that whenever there is a worship of any god or goddess, whether it is Lord Vishnu or after every worship of Lakshmi or Shiva Parvati, or if worship is concluded with aarti.
In the aarti, the name of the Gods and Goddesses is taken. It is believed that with regard to the tradition and rhythm in the aarti, the gods and goddesses of meditation are worshiped by the deities.
But in addition to religious perspectives, scientific perspectives also show that performing aarti is very beneficial. And most importantly, the materials used and the method of arti.
There should be a pure feeling in the mind while doing aarti as if he is taking the aarti of God by inviting the deity in his Life. Ghee's flame is considered a symbol of the light of the soul. With pure ghee in a character, the aarti is lit by lighting the lights in an odd number (like three, five or seven) in it. Aarti can also be done from camphor.
Generally, the aarti is done with five lights. Aarti's plate or lamp (or Shastra Deep) is rotated from top to bottom in front of the fate of Dev Dutt. In the process of rotation, which is made in the circle, it should be like the nature of Om.
The lamp of the arti is rotated among the devotees present; people support the thali of aarti by joining their two hands. The purpose of which is to show their devotion and love to God.
Aarti's plate can be of brass, copper, silver or gold. The lamp is of metal, wet soil or mashed dough. This lamp can be round or Panchmukhi, half-day or more. It is lit by oil or pure ghee with cotton wick.
Aarti uses ghee in the lamp. In the aarti thali, it contains water, coconut, Mudra, copper coins, and river water.
The ability to generate satvik waves in copper is more than other metals. Basil has the ability to purify the atmosphere. Tulsi is also kept in the form of Prasad in Charanamrut.