Annapūrṇā stotram

This well known hymn composed by Śaṅkarācārya honours our source of food, our lifeline, our most basic requirement to live this embodied life. In this workshop we will understand “anna” or food, as described in ancient texts and learn to chant the 12 verses of this beautiful hymn.

Course objectives

At the end of this self-paced workshop, you will:

  • Learn the hymn Annapūrṇā stotram – following chandas (meter) and honouring Sanskrit pronunciation.
  • Understand the significance of this hymn.
  • Learn the significance of Anna or food, as described in ancient texts.

Course Curriculum

  • Welcome to your course!
    5 minutes
  • Download your workbook
    2 minutes
  • REPLAY – 2 hour LIVE workshop
    120 minutes
  • Practice śloka – 1
    15 minutes
  • Practice śloka – 2
    15 minutes
  • Practice śloka – 3
    15 minutes
  • Practice śloka – 4
    15 minutes
  • Practice śloka – 5
    15 minutes
  • Practice śloka – 6
    15 minutes
  • Practice śloka – 7
    15 minutes
  • Practice śloka – 8
    15 minutes
  • Practice śloka – 9
    15 minutes
  • Practice śloka – 10
    15 minutes
  • Practice śloka 11-12
    10 minutes
  • Annapūrṇā stotram – full practice
    10 minutes
  • Prayer before food
    20 minutes

Your Course Includes

Recording of workshop

This course includes the full recording of the two hour workshop taught to a live audience in April 2023.


Workbook with text for chanting in English transliteration,Devanāgarī and meaning.

Audio exercises

Additional audio exercises to practice the stotram in small sections for efficient learning.

Frequently asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
This is self paced workshop of 2 hours + additional audio practice which can be studied anytime.
How long do I have access to the course?
You will have unlimited access.
Can I have face to face interaction with Instructor
This is only possible in case you have signed up for the LIVE workshop. The self-paced course does not include instructor interaction.

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