Desi Cow Benefits

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The pure Indian breed desi cow produces A2 milk, which contains less Betacosmophorine-7 (BCM-7), Thus A2 milk is the healthier option. Attributes of desi cow milk: Calcium found in desi cow milk protects the colon cells from chemicals which lead to cancer.

Desi Cow gives us the entire requirement of our farming activities in Agriculture.  It helps us in transportation of our goods.  It works in our agricultural lands.  Thus the food we consume is because of the help of this mother cow.  It gives us the medicine for our health.  It saves the crop from pest, insect and fungi.  Finally it becomes a part of our family.

For giving all the above; what we are giving.  We are giving all the unwanted items for humans such as grass, stray etc, after taking the oil from cotton seeds, ground nuts, coconut and the remaining thing is given to the cow.

In case this is not required for cow, for human being it is a waste and in fact we have to spend money to dispose this.  Thus an environment recycle is done with the help of cow.

A1 and A2 Milk

 The National Bureau of Animal Genetic Research has recently demonstrated the superior milk quality of Indian cattle breeds.

After scanning 22 cattle breeds, scientists concluded that in five high milk-yielding native breeds – Red Sindhi, Sahiwal, Tharparkar, Rathi andGir – the status of A2 allele of the beta casein gene was 100 per cent.  In other Indian breeds it was around 94 per cent, compared to only 60 per cent in exotic breeds like Jersey and HF.

The A2 allele is responsible for making available more Omega-6 fatty acids in milk.  The pure Indian breed desi cow produces A2 milk, which contains less Betacosmophorine-7 (BCM-7), as opposed to the hybrid cows which generally produce A1 milk.

Benefits of Desi Cow Milk and Ghee

  • As per Ayurvedic tradition, Cow Ghee helps in the growth and development of Children’s brain
  • Regular consumption increases good (HDL) cholesterol (and not bad LDL cholesterol)
  • Stimulates digestion and aids absorption of fat soluble vitamins
  • An excellent all round anti-ageing vegetarian food & external applicant on the skin
  • Desi Cow milk is like nectar, because it has amino acids which make its protein easily digestible
  • It is good for kidney
  • It is a rich source of Vitamins like B2, B3 and A which help increasing immunity
  • Cow Milk helps in reducing acidity, (a common problem today)
  • Reduces chances of peptic ulcer
  • Helps in reducing chances of colon, breast and skin cancer
  • Desi Cow milk prevents the formation of serum cholesterol
  • It is one of the best natural anti-oxidants
  • After mother’s milk, it is only the cow’s milk which gives energy and full protection and is Digestible

Contents of Cows Milk

  • 100gms of Cows Milk contains:
  • Phosphorous 0.93 gms -> Energy release for metabolic activity and physical activity
  • Calcium 1.20gm -> Healthy bones and Teeth
  • Iron 0.002 gm ->
  • Magnesium -> for muscle function and elements Vanadium, chromium, tin, aluminum, abhrak and sisa.
  • It has 25 types of minerals and Vitamins as:
  • Vitamin B12 – for production of healthy cells
  • Vitamin A – for good eyesight and immune function
  • Zinc – for immune function
  • Riboflavin – for healthy skin
  • Folate – for production of healthy cells
  • Vitamin C – for formation of healthy connective tissues
  • Iodine – for regulation of the body’s rate of metabolism
  • Charaka Samhita, the ancient text on Indian Medicine, strongly recommends the use of Desi Cow products for the treatment of various ailments.

Our Products:

We produce organic fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides, insecticides from Desi Cow’s dung and urine for our agriculture requirement.  The fertilizers from Desi Cow’s bi-products will have all the essential requirement of the Agriculture and the crop.  The Fertilizer is called as Panchagavya and the Pesticides / Insecticides / Fungicides is called as Agnihastra.

Please contact us for your organic fertilizers and organic pesticides / insecticides / fungicides requirement.

Cow Urine Therapy

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Urine Therapy provides an Ayurveda, natural alternative care for most of the diseases.

  • Skin Diseases
  • Cancer
  • Heart Diseases
  • Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Male Sexual Disorders 
  • Aids
  • Hypertension
  • Diabetes Mellitus
  • Blood Disorders
  • Respiratory Disorders
  • Gastrointestinal Disorders
  • Endocrine Disorders
  • ENT Disorders
  • Gynecological Disorders
  • Obesity
  • Opthalmic Disorders
  • Psychiatric Disorders
  • Thyroid

  • Urological Disorders
  • Piles
  • Aids
  • Cold & Cough
  • Heart Problem
  • Blood Pressure
  • Asthma
  • Sugar Problem
  • Kidney Shrinkage
  • Liver Problem
  • Skin Disease
  • Cancer
  • Stomach Problem
  • Poor Sight
  • Gynic Problem
  • Woman's Problem
  • Chest Pain

Through consistent research and development we have been able to provide natural alternative herbal solutions based on 5000 year old natural ayurveda science to take care of patient.

Why Hindus worship Cow?

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All the parts of the Cow denote 33 Divine Energies as per our Sanathana Dharma:-

Body Part

Name of Deva

1. Right Eye
2. Left Eye
3. Right Nostril
4. Left Nostril
5. Forehead
6. Above Forehead
Kubera - The lord of North & Wealth
7. Right Horn
8. Left Horn
9. Right Ear
Budha (Mercury)
10. Left Ear
Bhruhaspati (Jupiter)
11. Throat
Saraswathi - Goddess of Wisdom & Speech
12. Upper part of Throat
Vageeshwari - The vocal Speech
13. Lower part of Throat
NakuliVageeshwari - Subtle Speech
14. Right Thigh
Bhairav – Time as witness
15. Left Thigh
16. Right Heel to Ankle
Meru of the East
17. Left Heel to Ankle
Ameru of the West
18. Heart
19. Hump
Brahma - The creator
20. Stomach
21. Below Stomach
Bhoodevi - Goddess of Earth
22. Udder
Amrithasagar (Ocean of Immortality)
23. Above Udder Hierarchy
(Kumaras, Seven Seers and Naradha)
24. Tip of the Spine
Parvathi (Sakthi)
25. Hind
Sridevi - Goddess of Wealth
26. Below Hind
The celestial sacred waters (Rivers)
27. Tail
Serpent of Time
28. Right Thigh
Divine Path
29. Left Thigh
Path of Pitris
30. Right Leg
From South Pole Heel to Ankle
31. Left Leg
From North Pole Heel to Ankle
32 Teats
  • Front Right
  • Front Left
  • Back Right
  • Back Left
  • Rig Veda
  • Yajur Veda
  • Sama Veda
  • Atharvana Veda
33. Four Hooves
  • Front Right
  • Front Left
  • Back Right
  • Back Left
  • Existence
  • Awareness
  • Thought
  • Action

Respect Holy Cow - Do not Kill, Lets Veg please

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Many, many, years ago there lived an old man and his wife in a village. The old man used to take his cow to the nearby meadows to graze and would bring her back home in the afternoons. He would have his lunch in the afternoons and then take the cow back for grazing and return home late in the evening, long after all the other villagers returned home. He would then put the cow in a cage-like enclosure in the cowshed. Thus the old couple passed their time peacefully for many years.

One evening, the old lady was washing vessels in front of the cowshed and the cow was watching the old lady doing her work. Suddenly the cow said, “Tonight a demon is going to visit our house. The demon will be in a black form and when he comes into the house, he will sit before the lamp that is burning in the room.” The cow then told the old lady, “Do not be afraid, I will give you a good idea to kill the demon.”

The cow then told the old lady, “Dear old lady, you inform all the people in the village about this evil-spirited demon who is going to visit the village. Tell everyone to be careful. You light the firewood and place the biggest vessel you have at home, filled with water. When the demon enters your home, hit him with the broomstick and push him into the vessel in which the water is boiling. Quickly close the container with a lid. Do not open the container till the demon dies. After that open the container, put the demon in the centre of the village and burn the remains so no harm will come to anyone in this village anymore.” Thus the cow warned the old lady of the danger that awaited the old lady and the villagers, and the old lady did exactly as the cow had advised her. When the demon was dead she informed all the villagers of what had happened. The village people were very happy when they came to know how the cow had saved all of them.

 From that day onwards they all began to worship the cow as mother Cow [Gomatha].They also started looking upon the Cow as Goddess Lakshmi. The cow not only gives milk and milk products like butter, curd, cheese, but even cow dung is very useful as manure and as a disinfectant. It is also considered very auspicious by the people of the village.

 During the Diwali festival, villagers make a little ball of the cow dung and place a big marigold flower over it and decorate their homes with these cow dung balls. They also make garlands out of these flowers and decorate their cows whom they consider divine. They decorate the horns of the cow by painting them white or red and decorate their bodies with bells, flowers and other fineries. They make a special food with rice and lentils and, after offering it to God, feed the cows with it.

On Diwali day, they have a special pooja called ‘Govardhan pooja’ when the young boys observe fast for Goddess Lakshmi and then offer pooja to their cows. When these boys return home after the pooja is over, the women of the house welcome them home with the traditional ‘arthi’ and then offer them the remaining special rice to break their fast. Later, they all pray to God and then distribute sweets to one and all. This is how the villagers celebrate Diwali by giving all importance to ‘Gomatha’ whom they consider as Goddess Lakshmi.

Why should one not kill and eat it?

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Levity apart, the source of this merry proclamation by the education minister may actually have been a WhatsApp forward. A brief Google search will land you on a Reddit India thread from 2015 which discusses a WhatsApp forward about the astonishing properties of cows. The contents of the message are given below:

“Cow is just an animal like a hen or goat... then why should one not kill and eat it?”

Cow is also an animal, but... a cow has many specialities that no other animal (not even human beings) has in this world. This is the reason that Hindus consider cow as ‘mother’ after their own mother, and pray to the cow with respect calling it “go-matha”.

These are some truths about go-matha.

-  If a cow eats something poisonous by mistake, and we drink its milk, will we fall ill? To find out, one cow was regularly fed a particular quantity of a poison every day. After 24 hours, its blood, urine, dung and milk were tested in a lab to check where the poison could be found. In this way, the tests were done not for 1 or 2 days, but continuously for 90 days in All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) New Delhi. The researcher did not find any trace of poison in milk, blood, urine or dung of that cow.

Then where did this poison fed for 90 days go? Just like Lord Shiva held poison in his throat, the go-matha hid the entire poison in her throat. This is a special quality that no other animal has.

-  This is the only creature that inhales oxygen and also exhales oxygen.

-  Cow milk has the quality of countering poison.

-  There are diseases that medical science has not yet understood; urine of Go-matha has the power to cure them.

-  If cow-ghee and rice are cooked together, two powerful gases called ethylene-oxide, propylene-oxide are released. Propylene-oxide is the best gas used for creating artificial rain.

-  Cow urine is the world’s best killer of microbes.

-  With medicines made using cow dung and cow urine, stomach-related ailments can be cured.

-  We can save ourselves from radio-waves by plastering the home floors and area outside home with cow-dung

- Cow-dung has the power to destroy the microbes causing cholera

-  If 10 grams of cow-ghee is put in fire (yagnya), 1 ton of oxygen is generated

-  Cow-urine is as sacred as ganga-jal

“Cow protection is the way that our species, our dharma will be protected. Cow-protection is no less than the need for independence.” - Mahatma Gandhi

Cow’s milk is tonic, its ghee is ambrosia and its meat is disease (Hazarat Mohamed)

Killing a cow is equivalent to killing a human (Jesus Christ)

Cow is a great boon to human society. Where a cow is looked after well, and protected, that country’s land will be great. Homes will prosper. Culture will progress. (Bernard Mike Faden)

The Quran does not encourage cow-slaughter (Hakeel Hajmal Khan)

Cow-slaughter is against the rules of Islam (Tauhin-e-Hind Bijaharu)

Can we see unity in diversity anywhere in the world other than in India? Whether we are a Hindu or a Muslim, or a Christian, as long as we live in our country, we are an Indian. Respecting the culture and tradition of our country is our dharma.

Freedom does not mean “live as we please”. It means living in a way that our country would like.

Kamadhenu pictured with her calf

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The Devi Bhagavata Purana narrates that Krishna and his lover Radha were enjoying dalliance, when they thirsted for milk. So, Krishna created a cow called Surabhi and a calf called Manoratha from the left side of his body, and milked the cow. When drinking the milk, the milk pot fell on the ground and broke, spilling the milk, which became the Kshirasagara, the cosmic milk ocean. Numerous cows then emerged from the pores of Surabhi's skin and were presented to the cowherd-companions (Gopas) of Krishna by him. Then Krishna worshipped Surabhi and decreed that she—a cow, the giver of milk and prosperity—be worshipped at Diwali on Bali Pratipada day.[2][18]

Various other scriptural references describe Surabhi as the mother of the Rudras including Nirrti (Kashyapa being the father), the cow Nandini and even the serpent-people nāgas.[19] The Mahabharata also makes a passing reference to Surabhi as the mother of Nandini (literally "daughter") in the context of the birth of Bhishma, an incarnation of a Vasu deity. Nandini, like her mother, is a "cow of plenty" or Kamadhenu, and resides with sage Vashista. Nandini is stolen by the divine Vasus and thus cursed by the sage to be born on the earth.[20] The Raghuvamsa of Kalidasa mentions that king Dilip—an ancestor of god Rama—once passed by Kamadhenu-Surabhi, but failed to pay respects to her, thus incurring the wrath of the divine cow, who cursed the king to go childless. So, since Kamadhenu had gone to Patala, the guru of Dilip, Vasistha advised the king to serve Nandini, Kamadhenu's daughter who was in the hermitage. The king and his wife propitiated Nandini, who neutralized her mother's curse and blessed the king to have a son, who was named Raghu.[21]

In the Ramayana, Surabhi is described to be distressed by the treatment of her sons—the oxen—in fields. Her tears are considered a bad omen for the gods by Indra, the god-king of heaven.[14] The Vana Parva book of the Mahbharata also narrates a similar instance: Surabhi cries about the plight of her son—a bullock, who is overworked and beaten by his peasant-master. Indra, moved by Surabhi's tears, rains to stop the ploughing of the tormented bullock.[22]

Kamadhenu - Surabhi

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Kamadhenu (Sanskrit: कामधेनु, [kaːməˈd̪ʱeːnʊ], Kāmadhenu), also known as Surabhi (सुरभि, Surabhī), is a divine bovine-goddess described in Hinduism as the mother of all cows. She is a miraculous "cow of plenty" who provides her owner whatever he desires and is often portrayed as the mother of other cattle as well as the eleven Rudras.[1] In iconography, she is generally depicted as a white cow with a female head and breasts or as a white cow containing various deities within her body. All cows are venerated in Hinduism as the earthly embodiment of the Kamadhenu. As such, Kamadhenu is not worshipped independently as a goddess, and temples are not dedicated to her honor alone; rather, she is honored by the veneration of cows in general throughout the observant Hindu population.

Hindu scriptures provide diverse accounts of the birth of Kamadhenu. While some narrate that she emerged from the churning of the cosmic ocean, others describe her as the daughter of the creator god Daksha, and as the wife of the sage Kashyapa. Still other scriptures narrate that Kamadhenu was in the possession of either Jamadagni or Vashista (both ancient sages), and that kings who tried to steal her from the sage ultimately faced dire consequences for their actions. Kamadhenu plays the important role of providing milk and milk products to be used in her sage-master's oblations; she is also capable of producing fierce warriors to protect him. In addition to dwelling in the sage's hermitage, she is also described as dwelling in Goloka - the realm of the cows - and Patala, the netherworld.

The Mahabharata (Adi Parva book) records that Kamadhenu-Surabhi rose from the churning of the cosmic ocean (Samudra manthan) by the gods and demons to acquire Amrita (ambrosia, elixir of life).[2] As such, she is regarded the offspring of the gods and demons, created when they churned the cosmic milk ocean and then given to the Saptarishi, the seven great seers.[9] She was ordered by the creator-god Brahma to give milk, and supply it and ghee ("clarified butter") for ritual fire-sacrifices.[10]

The Anushasana Parva book of the epic narrates that Surabhi was born from the belch of "the creator" (Prajapati) Daksha after he drank the Amrita that rose from the Samudra manthan. Further, Surabhi gave birth to many golden cows called Kapila cows, who were called the mothers of the world.[3][12] The Satapatha Brahmana also tells a similar tale: Prajapati created Surabhi from his breath.[3] The Udyoga Parva Book of the Mahabharata narrates that the creator-god Brahma drank so much Amrita that he vomited some of it, from which emerged Surabhi.[2][13]

According to the Ramayana, Surabhi is the daughter of sage Kashyapa and his wife Krodhavasha, the daughter of Daksha. Her daughters Rohini and Gandharvi are the mothers of cattle and horses respectively. Still, it is Surabhi who is described as the mother of all cows in the text.[14][14] However, in the Puranas, such as Vishnu Purana and Bhagavata Purana, Surabhi is described as the daughter of Daksha and the wife of Kashyapa, as well as the mother of cows and buffaloes.[2][15]

The Matsya Purana notes two conflicting descriptions of Surabhi. In one chapter, it describes Surabhi as the consort of Brahma and their union produced the cow Yogishvari, the eleven Rudras, "lower animals", goats, swans and "high class drugs". She is then described as the mother of cows and quadrupeds. In another instance, she is described as a daughter of Daksha, wife of Kashyapa and the mother of cows.[16] The Harivamsa, an appendix of the Mahabharata, calls Surabhi the mother of Amrita (ambrosia), Brahmins, cows and Rudras.[17]
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