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Kamadhenu

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INR 75,000

Kamadhenu, the "cow of wishes or desires"

Kamadhenu, the "cow of wishes or desires," has a bovine body, a female head, polychromatic wings like a tropical bird, and a peacock's tail. Her milk is streaming over a Shiva linga, only to be channelled by the yoni to become a sacrificial oblation in the sacred fire. Various brahmins in the foreground (center photo) pour ghee (clarified butter), another common offering, into the fire. The spiritual significance of the cow is readily apparent in the use of milk, butter, and ghee in vedic ritual ceremonies. Shiva and Pravati look on from above, surrounded by waves of light, making gestures of blessing, protection and assurance. Note the swastikas in the foreground (center photo). The word "Svastika" in Sanskrit (su-astika) means "auspicious mark". It is an old solar symbol (sun cross) and is found widely on temples in India and throughout Asia. Kamadhenu's complexion is like the white clouds. Every part of cow's body has a religious significance. Its four legs symbolize the four Vedas, and its teats the four Purusharthas. Its horns symbolize the gods, its face symbolize the sun and the moon, its shoulders Agni (the god of fire), and its legs the Himalayas

Product ID: KAF-1953

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INR 75,000
Kamadhenu