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The Divine Mother Of food and nourishment

Nithyaananda Kari, Varaa Abhaya Karee, Soundarya Rathnaakaree, Nirddhotahakila Ghora Pavaanakaree, Prathyaksha Maheswaree, Praaleyachala Vamsa Pavaanakaree, Kasi Puraadheeswaree, Bhikshaam Dehi, Krupaa Valambana Karee, Mathaa Annapurneswaree.

Mata AnnaPurna Stotram, Verse 1

“O, Mother AnnaPurna! The Giver Of compassion and support, The Bestower Of eternal happiness, The Donor Of gifts and protection, The Ocean Of Beauty, The Destroyer Of all sins, The Great Divine Mother, The Purifier Of the family of Himavan and Kasi. O Mother, Grant us alms.”

Mata AnnaPurna, Also Known As Maa AnnaPurneshwari And Maa Annada, Is The Divine Manifestation Of Maa Parvati.

Mata AnnaPurna Is Depicted Holding A Ladle And A Vessel containing food, Which Signifies That the worshipper Is Assured Of food throughout his/her lifetime.

Mata AnnaPurna Symbolises Nourishing Care And Spiritual Perfection. Therefore, food cooked In The Name Of

The Divine Mother, such as Prasada, alchemically nourishes and transforms the body and mind of those who eat it.

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