As per Hindu mythology, there are many Benefits (fayade) of Sri Mahadevji ki Aarti chantings regularly. You will get many blessing of Bhagwan Shiva and get ample peace of mind.
It will be better to understand the Sri Mahadevji ki Aarti meaning in english or In your native language to maximize its Benefits. You can chant Sri Mahadevji ki Aarti in Devanagari / Hindi / English / Bengali / Marathi / Telugu / Tamil / Gujarati / Kannada / Odia / Malayalam or Sanskrit language i.e. the language you like or you speak.
Sri Mahadevji ki Aarti Paths or Jaaps (recites)
For regular worship single recital i.e. Ek paths of Sri Mahadevji ki Aarti is also sufficient. You can recite Mantra or Stotra of Bhagwan mahadev for 108 times in a single go i.e. 108 bar paths of the same, but it has to be with complete devotion and without haste.
How to do Paths (recites) of Sri Mahadevji ki Aarti or How to chant Sri Mahadevji ki Aarti?
As per Hindu mythology, The good time to chant Sri Mahadevji ki Aarti early in the morning on brahma muhurta and after taking bath.
I.e. While performing puja of Bhagwan mahadev, you can enlighten diyas (Better to enlight mustard oil Diya as there are many benefits of (Sarso tel) mustard oil) and enlighten essence stick (agarbatti) or the Gomay dhoop. You can also enligth camphor as there are many benefits of camphor. You can use fulmala and flowers to perform puja. You can check here how to perform Puja of Bhagwan mahadev.
You can also chant Sri Mahadevji ki Aarti in the evening which will help to Finish Your Day with a Peaceful Mind.
Chanting Sri Mahadevji ki Aarti with complete devotion and without haste will help you to make you calm and increase concentration.
Hindu Lord Mahadev
|| Om Namo Bhagwate Rudraay ||
Om Namah Shivaya
Lord Shivaji is originally from Mount Kailas and Goddess Parvati (Adishakti) is his Ardhangini (Wife). While Shri Ganesh and Karthikeya are considered his sons.
He is also known as Mahadev.
Shiva's color is white like that of Kapoor, so he is also called 'Karpoorgaur'.
Shiva is also known as Gangadhar, because the Ganges flows through Mahadeva's Jatas, and also Lord Shiva holds the moon on his forehead. Shiva is also called Nagendra as Lord Shiva holding Vasuki Nag aroundhis neck.
There is a third eye on Shivji's forehead between the eyebrows and just above the eyebrow.
Shiva's important twelve Jyotirlingas.
Mahadev, the God of Devas, appeared to his devotees from time to time, those places known as the "Jyotirlinga".