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Cow is one of the most venerated animals in Hinduism. Hindus often refer to cows as Gomata, divine mother. Cow Mantra and rituals to worship.

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They toiled the land and made them suitable for agriculture.

Many gems, animal and gods appeared when the Gods and Demons churned the milky ocean. Shiva was annoyed with this advice related teluggu food and in fit of rage, banished Nandi to permanently live on earth and help the farmers to produce the extra food crops needed for people to eat every day. The aim of Jalli kattu is not to harm bulls but it is more a game of chivalry. On this day cows are decorated beautifully, their horns are sharpened and fed with tasty sugarcanes and succulent grass.

Cow Mantra is recited in praise of Gomata. Instead, Nandi wrongly advised people to take an oil bath once a month and eat every day.

There is nothing wrong in respecting or worshiping all creatures, including cows. First and foremost the cows are decorated and offered jaggery, rice, water and grass to please their gomatba. There are a few things to be done on Gopashtami. Sage Vasishta advised King Dilipan to worship Kamadenu as he was childless. Cow milk is considered the nearest alternative to human milk for human newborns.


This divine cow has the capacity to fulfill the very thought of a desire. It brings good fortune to those who worship it. Gopashtami is fairly restricted to the gmoatha part of our country. Every year Gopashtami is celebrated across the nation. This is a way of expressing gratitude to the noble creatures that serve us throughout the year. Each and every product from a cow is beneficial to man.

You must be logged in to post a comment. This serves as the basis for all the rituals and pujas we perform for cows today. One has to tame the raging bulls to win the competition.

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Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment. Other Vedic scriptures mention of Kamadhenu as Homadhenu meaning an entity from which commodities like clarified butter and milk etc. Gomatja often refer to cows as the mother of earth because they give a lot for the human race.

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Not everyone might rear cows in their own homes, such people can donate to etlugu shalas or feed stray cows on the roads. Also worshiping mother Kamadhenu or Cow helps in cleansing them of their sins committed in this birth and the previous one. India is a country of villages and before tractors came in all farmers invariably had to depend pooaj on bulls. The people also tend to take a parikrama around the cows to protect and take care of all cows.


Mahabharata — An Introduction. Gopashtami falls in the month of Karthika. Once Kamadenu left the Gods and reached the ashram of sage Vasishta.

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It is said in the Vedas that all Gods, Goddess, including the Trinity has their abode in the cow. Hence offering donations in kind, food or money is always appreciated. Right from our childhood we are taught to be gentle and caring to cows.

Kamadhenuthe ancestor of all cows is regarded as a divine wish fulfilling cow. One of the most venerated animals in Hinduism is the cow. There is also a funny back-story to the origin of Maatu Pongal, lord Shiva sent his bull Nandi from heaven to the earth to give his message to people that they should have an oil bath every day and eat once a month.

The Mahabharata is undoubtedly one of the greatest works of the world, unique in many[ There is high nutritional value in all dairy products.