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  • image Rig Veda 4.1.6: Excellent is the glance, of brightest splendor, which the auspicious God bestows on mortals. The God's glance, longed-for even as the butter, pure, heated, of the cow, the milk cow's bounty. Atharva Veda 1.22.1: Panchgavya produced...
  • image Islam is the most MIS-understood religion especially when it comes to cows. Many quotes in Islamic scriptures favor cow and glorify her...
  • image Zoroastrianism (Mazdaism) also cites interesting quotes around cows/bulls...
  • image A mother is one who not only nourishes but also protects her child from present and prospective dangers. Cow is blessed with such qualities. There are myriad injunctions in vedic scriptures glorifying cows and her worth in this regard...
  • image Gomaye Vasate Lakshmi - this phrase has repeatedly been used in Upanishad. Apparently, it may look an unbelievable connotation. How can Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, live in cow dung? How is cow dung relevant to creation of wealth?
  • image Jainism: The name of the first Tirthankara in Jainism is Rishabh (which means the "Bull"). King Nabhiraja (the father) invited his friends and relatives on the next day to a feast and announced that the child be named as 'Rishabh Kumar' since there is a sign of a bull on the thigh of the new born, and Marudeva (the mother) first of all saw a bull in her great dreams.
  • image Though there are numerous endowments from vedic cows, her five products are considered to be the most significant for health and spiritual advancement...
  • image India, the homeland of sacred cow, is now world's leading beef exporter. Beef shipments have nearly tripled between 2008 and 2013 and are at a record of nearly 1.9 million tons in 2014. India has become the second largest exporter with a 20 percent market share. This rise in recent years, is definitely inglorious.


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