In Hindu religion, Durga Mata or Durga Maa is the mother of the universe and is worshipped as the supreme power. Durga devi, in Sanskrit means "She who is incomprehensible." Goddess Durga is a form of Sakti worshiped for her gracious as well as terrifying aspect. Durgaji is also called by many other names, such as Parvati, Ambika, and Kali Durga, Jai Ambe. Destroyer of demons, Ma Durga is worshiped during an annual festival called Durga puja, where the devotees loose themselves while enchanting the Durga aarti and also the Durga slokas (or Durga mantras).
Jai ambe gaurii maiyaa, Jai shyaamaa gaurii Nishadina tumako dhyaavata, Hari brahma shivajii
Maanga sinduura viraajata, Tiko mriga madako Ujjvalase dauu nainaa, Chandravana niiko
Kanaka samaana kalevara, Raktaambara raaje Raktapushpa galamaalaa, Kanthahaara saaje
Kehari vaahana raajata, Khadaga khappara dhaari Sura nara munijana sevata, Tinake dukha haari
Kaanana kunadala shobhita, Naasaagre motii Kotika chandra divaakara, Sam raajata jyotii
These are a few extract from the Durga Ma arti done in the Durga Mandir.