Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: arti

  arti—and distress    SB 6.15.21-23, SB 6.16.13
  ārti—eagerness    Antya 14.28, Antya 14.30
  ārti—grief    Antya 20.1, Antya 20.5
  arti—movement    SB 5.11.10
  ārti—sufferings    SB 1.17.10-11
  ārti—distress    SB 3.20.25
  ārti—the distresses    SB 4.10.30
  ārti—misery    SB 6.1.51
  ārti—affliction    SB 9.16.15
  arti-hara—to relieve distress    SB 1.8.43
  eta ārti—so much eagerness    Antya 14.28
  loka-ārti-hara—vanquisher of the distress of the devotees    SB 3.8.27
  naraka-ārti-lipsu—desirous to suffer pain in hell    SB 2.7.22
  praṇata-ārti-hā—who can deliver His devotees from the greatest danger    SB 4.9.52
  prapanna-ārti-haram—who can mitigate all the distresses of a sheltered devotee    SB 8.7.22
  prapanna-ārti-haraḥ—one who drives away all kinds of dangers    SB 4.24.26
  prema-ārti—painful feelings of love of Godhead    Madhya 11.25
  vraja-jana-ārti-han—O one who diminishes all the painful conditions of the inhabitants of Vṛndāvana    Adi 6.67
  ārti-hareṇa—by He who is the vanquisher of the distresses    SB 3.4.4
  ārti-hetavaḥ—the cause of all inauspiciousness.    SB 3.17.4
  ārti-hā—will vanquish all your pains    SB 4.9.51
  ārti-jihīrṣaya—willing to relieve the distress of the sufferers    SB 3.1.43
  ārti-mūlam—full of anxieties    SB 3.9.6
  ārti-nāśanaḥ—it immediately vanquishes all kinds of disease.    SB 9.17.4
  ārti-yutaḥ—afflicted by distress    SB 3.4.21

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