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Annapurna Mantra

This is a Hindu Mantra, which is recited to seek the blessings of Annapurna Devi the Hindu Goddess of food and nourishment. Food and nourishment are essential for survival, none can survive without it.

Annapurna Devi is the form of the Divine Mother which gives food and nourishes each and every living being. The mantra is recited in the morning and evening before meals to thank Annapurna Devi for the food and nourishment she gives us. Those finding it difficult to meet the basic essentials requirements are also advised to recite the mantra.

Mahalaxmi,mahakali mahakaya mavali mahapuja keliya sakali dhan praptik fal-labh swaha ll

महालक्ष्मी,महाकाली महाकाया मावली महापूजा केलीय सकाळी धन प्राप्तिक फललाभ स्वाहा ll

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