/ (ˈʌrtɪ) /

  1. Hinduism a ritual performed in homes and temples in which incense and light is offered to a deity

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How to use arti in a sentence

  • Nelle alpi si posero a lato le genti silvestri primitive e vi esercitarono le arti metallurgiche ed edificative.

    Italian Alps | Douglas William Freshfield
  • By their own act at last they restored the government to the Priors of the Greater arti.

  • Each city has an Accademia delle Belle arti, and there is no lack of students.

    New Italian sketches | John Addington Symonds
  • We have been told that the Albergo di Belle arti is both very comfortable and moderate.

    Pictures in Umbria | Katharine S. (Katharine Sarah) Macquoid
  • We find it illustrated with admirable naïveté in the tapestries which hang in the entrance corridor of the Belle arti in Florence.

    Americans and Others | Agnes Repplier