गौमाता की महिमा

”प्रिये गौ माता प्रिये गोपाल” गौमाता की महिमा इस पृथ्वी पर गाय के समान कोई धन नहीं है । गौमाता सर्वदेवमयी है । अथर्ववेद में रुद्रों की माता, वसुओं की दुहिता,आदित्यों की स्वसा और अमृत की नाभि-संज्ञा से विभूषित  किया गया है। गौ सेवा से धर्म, अर्थ, काम और मोक्ष इन चारों तत्वों की प्राप्ति सम्भवबताई गई है । भारतीय शास्त्रों के अनुसार गौ में तैतीस  कोटि देवताओं कावास है । उसकी पीठ में ब्रह्मा, गले में विष्णु और मुख में रुद्र आदिदेवताओं का निवास है । इस प्रकार सम्पूर्ण देवी-देवताओं की  आराधना केवलगौ माता की सेवा से ही हो जाती है । गौ सेवा भगवत् प्राप्ति के अन्यसाधनों में… Read More

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plastic cow

  The term “Cow Protection” brings many meanings to many minds based on faith and culture. Some say “why protection”? Some say “why cows, why not polar bear”? Some get involved in this movement without really knowing “what does it mean and why and how should one do it”?   Many believe that humans have souls while animals don’t. So humans are superior and can consume the innocent animals. If GOD wanted us to be superior, he could have made humans survive on stones and woods. Why would He want one of His child (the humans) to butcher His another child (the animals)? How GOD can be a merciful father… Read More

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गावो-विश्वस्य मातर:

हमारे शास्त्र कहते हैं गावो-विश्वस्य मातर: गाय विश्व की माता है। इसीलिए हम गौमाता की जय बोलते हैं। गौमाता की जय हमारी ही जय है। गाय बचेगी तो हमारा देश बचेगा, अन्न बचेगा, खेत बचेगा, धर्म और संस्कृति बचेगी। गौरक्षा के लिए हमारे गुरु-साधु, संत, राजा-प्रजा ने बडे-बडे बलिदान दिए हैं, संघर्ष किए हैं। भारत की संस्कृतिक को भारतभूमि को, भारत की आत्मा को, जनता के स्वास्थ्य को, कृषि और किसान को, भारत की जलवायु और प्रकृति को, धर्म को, राष्ट्रीय स्वाभिमान को सुरक्षित रखने के लिए गौरक्षा बहुत आवश्यक है। गौमाता को जीवन देकर ही एक भारतीय गौभक्त अपने गौदान के संकल्प को पूरा कर सकता है। गौ इस… Read More

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GAU-MATA

The various parts of the body of the cow in which the deities, the revered sages, the various elements, are believed to dwell are given as follows: 1) Two Horns of the Cow The Creator ‘Brahma’2) The Head of the Cow The Deity ‘Indra’3) Forehead of the Cow The Deity ‘Agni’4) Collar of the Cow The Deity ‘Yama’5) Brain of the Cow The Deity ‘Moon6) Upper Jaw of the Cow The Highest world Dyuloka7) Lower Jaw of the Cow The Earth8) The Tongue The Lightening9) The Teeth The Deity ‘Marut’10) The Throat The ‘Revatee’ Constellation11) The Shoulder The ‘Kritka’ Constellation12) Bones of the Shoulder The Summer Season13) All the Organs… Read More

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IMPORTANCE OF COW-URINE & COW-DUNG

COW URINE which has a unique place in Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of medicine. Commenting on the chemistry of gau mutra, Cow urine is used to produce a whole range of ayurvedic drugs, especially to treat skin diseases like eczema. Besides, gau mutra is a well known disinfectant. Anti-septic property is also the attribute of cow dung or gobar which is mixed with clay to form a plastering medium for mud huts. It is a proven fact that mud huts plastered with gobar keeps insects and reptiles away. This is the reason why people in the countryside still store grain in huge earthen pots plastered with gobar and gau mutra… Read More

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KAMADHENU MATA

In Hindu mythology, Kamadhenu (Sanskrit: कामधेनु, pronounced [kaməðenu]) was a divine cow who was believed to be the mother of all cows. Like her daughter Nandini, she could grant any wish for the true seeker. Kamadhenu provided Vasishta with his needs for the sacrifices. Kamadhenu (kama-dhenu, ‘wish-cow’), was a miraculous cow of plenty who could give her owner whatever he desired. The cow stands for prosperity—as does Lakṣmī (see Lakṣmī), the wife of Viṣṇu (see Viṣṇu). Kāmadhenu is especially associated with brahmans (see Brahmans) and their “wealth,” because she is the producer of the milk and the clarified butter, the offerings traditionally placed on the sacrificial fire. Kamadhenu, the sacred cow which… Read More

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