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eshoppee vastu / Ashtdhatu Kamdhenu Cow fulfill your all wishes.
|Price:||1,101.00 FREE Delivery. Details|
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- for wish fulfillment.
- it also symbol of ma Annapurna.
- it brings wealth and prosperity.
- made by brass with 550 gm weight.
- SIZE: 10 X 8 X 5 CM.
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vastu / Ekkshapurti Ashtdhatu Kamdhenu Cow full fill your all wishes. It deemed that if you are doing worship of kamdhenu cow then you can full fill your all wishes because kamdhenu cow is the most powerful lord, born by brahamma,vishnu,mahesh for humanity .In symbolic shades, Kamadhenu is generally illustrated as a white cow with a female head and breasts. Kamadhenu cow is white as a pure light of divine soul. Every part of the cow's body has its own religious significance. Its four legs symbolizes the four Vedas and its teats the four purusharthas (dharma, artha, kama, moksha). Kamadhenu's horn symbolizes God's, its face symbolizes the sun and moon, shoulder depicts Agni (God of fire) and legs the great Himalayas. Kamdhenu Cow-Kamdhenu Wish Fullfilling Cow Kamadhenu cow (Sanskrit: Kāmadhenu), Kamadugha, Kamaduh also known as Surabhi (Surabhī), is a divine heavenly goddess mentioned in Hindu mythology as the mother of all cows. Kamadhenu cow is also depicted in the ancient Vedas as the cow of "wish" or "desire". When Brahma himself concluded Surabhi cows austerities he appeared before them and granted their wishes and blessed them with the benediction that cows would eternally be the sustainers of all creature creatures.Kamadhenu cow is supposed to fulfill all desires, so it is depicted as cow of innumerable fulfillment of wishes. Kamadhenu cow bestows the owner whatever he desires and is often portrayed as the mother of other cattle as well as the 11 Rudras. Kamadhenu's motherhood and nourishing attributes can be solely illustrated by her twin breasts.