This is in romanized sanskrit according to IAST standard. View this in plain english. Author: ādi śaṅkarācārya. nityānandakarī varābhayakarī. Annapurna Stotram (or Annapoorna Ashtakam) is the prayer of Goddess Annapoorna, the Hindu god of food and nourishment. The Annapurna Stotram app. Annapurna Stotram with a clean audio for all devotee and with a lot of features. Read more. Reviews. Review Policy. 4 total. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. A Google user.

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You who are the bestower of eternal happiness, the donor of gifts and protection, the ocean of beauty. The destroyer of all sins and the purifier, the Ananpurna Goddess. Who sanctified the lineage of Himavan, the king of the mountain of Himalayas, by taking birth as Devi Parvati, and who is the great deity of Kashi.

Shree Maa Sings: Episode 6. Annapurna Stotram

Please Mother Annapurna, grant us the alms of Your Grace. You who are adorned with ornaments made up of different kinds of gems, wearer of golden-laced dress. The space in between whose breasts shines with the pendant garland of pearls.

You who are the giver of happiness obtainable through yoga, the destroyer of the enemies, and the cause of getting us deeply rooted in righteousness. You are like a great wave shining with the Divine Energies of Moon, Sun and Fire which protects the three worlds.


Sri Annapurna Stotram

The donors of all riches, the bestower of the fruits of penance, and the presiding deity of Kashi. You are the resident of the caves of the Kailash Mountain, and you are known by various names like Gauri, Uma, Shankari, and Kaumari.

You are the cause of our comprehension of the Sacred Scriptures, whose basic syllable is Om. You are the opener of the doors of emancipation and the presiding deity anmapurna Kashi.

You are the conveyor of the visible and invisible divine attributes, the container of the primordial egg.

You are the directress of the divine play of creation, the flame of the lamp of true knowledge. You are the source of the mental happiness of Shri Visvanath, and the presiding deity of Kashi.

You are the Mother Earth and the Goddess of everyone. You have beautiful and dark braids of hairs flowing down like waves.

You are the giver of food daily. You are the direct bestower of emancipation and eternal welfare, and the presiding deity of Kashi. You are the maker of the letters ‘a’ to ‘ksha’. You fulfill the various wishes of the devotees and sustain the lives of people, and You are the presiding deity of Kashi.

You are adorned with different kinds of gems. You are the daughter of Daksha, the most beautiful. On the left You hold a bowl of sweet milk.

Shree Maa Sings Podcast Series: Episode 6. Annapurna Stotram – Devi Mandir

You are the doer of good to all, endowed with good fortune. You are the fulfiller of the desires of the devotees, doer of auspicious acts, and the presiding deity of Kashi. Your Divine splendor is like millions and millions of moons, suns and fires.

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Your face shines like the Moon, endowed with lips resembling the red Bimba fruit. You have locks of hair and ear-ornament shining like the moon, sun and fire, and have a annapugna radiating the Splendor of the Moon and the Sun.

AnnaPurna Stotra

In the four Hands You hold a rosary, book, noose, and hook, and You are the presiding deity of Kashi. You are the power that protects us and the remover of great fear. You are the Great Mother and an Ocean of Compassion.

You are the cause of the liberation of all, the eternal doer of good; the Prosperity, Welfare and Auspiciousness of Syotram Shiva. You are always full, and the dear consort of Shankara.

Please grant us the alms of Your Grace, awaken within us Spiritual Knowledge and freedom from all worldly desires. My Friends are the devotees of Shiva, and my country is all the Three Worlds.

Translation by Govinda Das Aghori.