Other things needed for the aarti –
Begin aarti after performing acamana (purification). Offer obeisance’s to Srila Prabhupada, requesting to offer the aarti to the Lord. Begin aarti with the pancha-patra, taking three spoons of water from the pot and pouring them first into one hand, then the other, to purify the hands.
Before picking up and offering each item, first purify your right hand and then the item by sprinkling them with water from the pancha-patra. Purify the item by taking the spoon in your right hand and sprinkle water on the item directly from the spoon.
Open the curtains or altar doors while ringing the bell.
As aarti is performed, stand on the left side of the altar (as viewed from temple room), being careful not to block the front view of the altar. Each item to be offered is held in the right hand. With the bell always held in the left hand above the waist, continuously ring the bell while offering each of the items, in order.
Begin by offering first to SrilaPrabhupada, asking to assist as he offers each item first to the most prominent Deity, then offering to other deities, in descending order (e.g., Radha-Krsna first, then Jagannath Deities, then Gaura-Nitai, PanchaTattva, the Goswamis, the other Acaryas.
In a mood of humility, mentally asking that each item be accepted, wave the offered items (except chamar and fan) with a graceful circular motion. After the item has been offered to all the worship able deities, face out from the altar and offer the item, in the general direction of the devotees.
Offered items should not be mixed with unoffered items. So place them outside the plate.
Pour three spoons of water on the conch. Standing at the side of the altar (pointing away from altar), or standing just outside the temple room, blow loudly on the shankh three times. The transcendental sound of the conch purifies all who hear it, and announces the start of aarti. The conch may then be placed on an asana (stand).
Light a small ghee lamp, and use that flame to light incense, lamp etc.
Offer the items in this order:
Mangala Arati: Full 7 things.
Tulsi Arati: In tulsi aarti you should use three things – 1. Incense, 2. Ghee lamp and 3. Flowers.
Darshan Arati: In Darshan aarti you should use three things – 1. Incense, 2. Ghee Lamp and 3. Chamar.
Guru Puja – All 7 things.
Gaura Aarti – All 7 things.
For short aarti you can offer these three items-1. Incense, 2. Ghee Lamp, and 3. Flowers
Full artis (including fanning) may last up to 15-20 minutes. Shorter artis last only five to six minutes.