Drink the Milk and Spare the Holy Cow–Prana Kishore

Drink the Milk and Spare the Holy Cow to live a blessed Life in this Birth-Prana Kishore

Hindu  Sacred Cow – Kamdhenu  Body is Full of Hindu Gods

kamadhenu cow

 

Kamadhenu is often addressed by the proper name Surabhi, which is also used as a synonym for an ordinary cow. Surabhi means fragrant, charming, pleasing, as well as cow and earth. It can specifically refer to the divine cow Kamadhenu, the mother of cattle who is also sometimes described as a Matrika (“mother”) goddess. the sacred cow, who is regarded as the source of all prosperity in Hinduism

Frederick M. Smith describes Kamadhenu as a “popular and enduring image in Indian art”. All the gods are believed to reside in the body of Kamadhenu—the generic cow. Her four legs are the scriptural Vedas; her horns are the triune gods Brahma (tip), Vishnu (middle) and Shiva (base); her eyes are the sun and moon gods, her shoulders the fire-god Agni and the wind-god Vayu and her legs the Himalayas. Kamadhenu is often depicted in this form in poster art. Another representation of Kamadhenu shows her with the body of a white Zebu cow (known as humped cattle or Brahman cattle ) crowned woman’s head, colourful eagle wings and a peacock’s tail. A cow, identified with Kamadhenu, is often depicted accompanying the god Dattatreya. She also symbolizes the Panch Bhuta (the five classical elements)

Origin

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).

 As such, she is regarded the offspring of the gods and demons, created when they churned the cosmic milk ocean and then gifted to the Saptarishi, the seven great seers. She was ordered by the creator-god Brahma to give milk, and supply it and ghee (“clarified butter”) for ritual fire-sacrifices.

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.[

The cow has been a symbol of wealth since ancient Vedic times. However, they were neither inviolable nor revered in the same way they are today.

The cow was possibly revered because Hindus relied heavily on it for dairy products and for tilling the fields, and on cow dung as a source of fuel and fertilizer. Thus, the cow’s status as a ‘caretaker’ led to identifying it as an almost maternal figure (hence the term gau mata).

The Cow was also venerated by Mahatma Gandhi. He said: “I worship it and I shall defend its worship against the whole world,” and that, “The central fact of Hinduism is cow protection.” He regarded her better than the earthly mother, and called her “the mother to millions of Indian mankind.”

Cow milk is the most compatible with human mothers milk then any other species in existence. This is because the DNA of the cow was specifically constructeds to be harmonious with mammalian human DNA. So it can be clearly understood that cow DNA was designed so humans could benefit from cows products being milk, cheese, butter, cream and yoghurt.

Even in the Old Testament of the Bible which applies to both Christians and Jews in Issaih, chapter 66 verse 3 we find: He that killeth an ox is as if he slew a man. He that sacrifices a lamb is as if he slit a dogs neck, he that offereth it as an oblation is as if he offered swines blood, he that burneth it as incense as if he blessed an idol. Yea they have chosen their way and their soul delighteth in their abominations.

Nepal – In Nepal, the cow is the national animal. The Nepalese have a festival called Tihar (Diwali) during which, on one day called Gaipuja, they pay worship to cows

Burma- The beef taboo is fairly widespread in Burma, particularly within the Buddhist community

In Zoroastrianism- The term “geush urva” means the spirit of the cow and is interpreted as the soul of the earth

 China

The beef taboo, known as niú jiè (牛戒), has historically been an important dietary restriction in China, particularly among the Han Chinese

Japan

Historically, there was a beef taboo in Japan

Egypt

The ancient Egyptians sacrificed animals, but not the cow because it was sacred to goddess Hathor, and also due to the contemporary Greek myth of Io, who had the form of a cow.[55]

In Egyptian mythology, Hesat was the manifestation of Hathor, the divine sky-cow, in earthly form

Leather

A Muslim would not accidentally purchase pigskin leather,and a Hindu would avoid cow leather.

Non-Vegetarians  and  Westerners

The word “The Holy Cow”  is mentioned by westerners in  Times of  Crisis.

The Holy Cow which gives Milk to us and babies.The Holy Cow which Gives Butter, Cheese,yoghurt

We  Buy Milk Every day and  Drink  Milk or Coffee or Tea  with Milk as source for Calcium ,Strength

Lets Not use that strength to Kill the Holy Cow and  Eat it as Beaf.

 For those of you who are eating Beef Pl Re-Evaluate Your Life Truthfully.

 Are You Really Happy Now?  Do you Have Inner Peace?

Are You Able To Sleep Well?   Are You Able To Digest  Without Heart Burn Medicines?

Just Stop Eating Beef For A  Month And Watch Your Life Gaining

Peace ,Happiness  Like Never Before.

( Where are the animals which ate Human Beings? Extinct !!!

Such is the Power Of Nature and Super Natural Powers in all religions  )

 Drink the Milk and Spare the Holy Cow to Live a Blessed Life in this Birth

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