Annapoorna Stotram


"Anna" means food and "poorna" means perfect/complete. Goddess Annapoorna is a goddess of food and nourishment. 

By Sri Adi Shankaracharya



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4 comments:

  1. thankyou for these wonderful slokas please could i have a pdf copy for my own use-i am a dancer and often perform to our shlokas and mantras

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    1. Namaskaram,

      Could you please let me know your email as well as which sloka you would like to have? I shall be able to email it to you.

      Hari Aum,
      Nandini

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  2. Dear Nandini
    Excellent work here. Could I have the pdf copies of Sarada Stotram and Annapurna Stotram , please? My email is sumatmananda@gmail,com

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    1. It has been sent. Please let me know if you have not received it.

      Hari Aum!
      Nandini

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