Jyota se Jyota Jagao is a prayer to the Guru written in the Hindi language by Hari Om Sharan, a well-known Indian composer who was a devotee of Baba Muktananda. This prayer is frequently sung at the beginning or conclusion of Siddha Yoga satsangs. By singing Jyota se Jyota Jagao and performing arati, the traditional waving of a flame that represents the light of the Self, Siddha Yogis invoke the grace of the Guru.
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About Hari Om Sharan
Hari Om Sharan (1932 – 2007) was a devotee of Baba Muktananda and a well-known poet, composer, and singer in India. Throughout the 1960s, Hari Om accompanied Baba on his travels in India, and he visited Baba often in Gurudev Siddha Peeth. He offered seva singing and composing bhajans, namasankirtanas, and hymns for Baba. Many of his compositions have become part of the Siddha Yoga music canon.