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"Cow - Symbol & Significance"
the Composer - Dr. Sri K. Parvathi Kumar has been teaching various
concepts of wisdom and initiating many groups into
the Path of Yoga of Synthesis in India, Europe, Latin
America and North America. His teachings are many
and varied. They are oriented for practice and are not
mere information.
Dr. Sri K. Parvathi Kumar has been honoured by
the Andhra University with the title Doctor of Letters
Honoris Causa, D. Lit. for all his achievements as a
teacher around the world. He works actively in the
economic, social and cultural fields with spirituality
as the basis. He says that the spiritual practices are of
value only if such practices contribute to the economic,
cultural, and social welfare of humanity.
Dr. Sri K. Parvathi Kumar is a responsible
householder, a professional consultant, a teacher of
wisdom, healer of a certain order, and is a composer
of books. He denies to himself the title of being an
author, since according to him,
Wisdom belongs to none and all belong to Wisdom.
The Publisher

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Introduction

The Vedas extol Cow as the most sacred being. Cow is
essentially celestial. As per the prayers of the planetary
Devas it condescended to be on Earth also to nourish
the beings with its milk, to restore health to the beings
and to fertilise the Earth with its dung and urine. The
presence of the Cow sanctifies the surroundings. Man’s
attitude to the Cow decides his wellbeing.
Harmlessness (Ahimsa), Love and Compassion
are taught by the men of God and prophets alike. A
human being who would demonstrate these three with
regard to the Cow would surely progress, says the Veda.
Many men who were sick, who were in deep crisis and
destituted, surmounted them by serving the Cow.
There are many stories in Puranas and Itihasas relating
to it to gain everlasting inspiration relating to Cow.
This book is a humble presentation to inform
the thinking man, the significance of Cow. May this
help mankind to regain right orientation towards the
Cow.

Dhanishta

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COW
Symbol & Significance

✦ Gow in Sanskrit is Cow in English. Gow through
time became Gau. Gau further became Go. A + U
becomes O grammatically. The three basic sounds
relating to Cow are Gow, Gau and Go.

✦ The seed sound G stands for movement. A stands
for First Logos, U stands for Second Logos. The
sound Gau or Go is therefore considered to be
the composite energy movement of Will, Love
and Knowledge. Worship of Cow is considered
beneficial for this reason.

✦ The Cow, the Mother of splendour, the Drink
of immortality and the Tree of fulfilment have
all emerged at the same time in the creational
process and are considered to be most splendorous
embodiments of divinity. These four are called in
Sanskrit – Kamadhenu (Cow), Kalpavruksha (Tree
of fulfilment), Amruta (the Drink of immortality)
and Lakshmi (the Goddess of splendour).
✦ The secretions for formation of the seven planes of
existence emerge from Kamadhenu and the related 10
formation of creation is therefore considered by the
Vedic seers as the form of Cow.

✦ Experience in creation by the beings of any plane is
again considered as experience of the milk of that
plane. And those who experience the seven planes
know the Cow in its complete form.

✦ In Cow the Vedic seers located 33 Devas (The gist
along with the related limbs of the Cow is given as
annexure).

✦ The Cow milk, Cow yogurt, Cow ghee (clarified
butter), Cow excrete and Cow urine are considered
most sacred for varieties of purposes including
medicinal purposes.

✦ Among the Cows coffee coloured (almost black)
is considered most sacred. These cows are called
Kapilas.

✦ Moon in Taurus is the Cow, Sun in Taurus is the
Bull and Mercury in Taurus is Calf. Taurus has
much to do with the family of Cow.

✦ The central star of Orion, Aldeberan (Rohini)
sends special rays via Taurus through Sun whose

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embodiment on Earth is Bull. Through Moon
the star Rohini sends the rays in Taurus whose
embodiment on Earth is the Cow. Likewise, the
rays of Rohini via Mercury in Taurus gives birth
to Calf.

✦ Lord Krishna whose birth moon is in Rohini
was known to be Gopala, the ruler of the Cow
principle. Throughout his life there was not a
single day where he did not serve the Cow.

✦ Cow (Kamadhenu), White Elephant (Iravatha),
White Swan and White Eagle find place anywhere
in the heaven, and hence are sacred.

✦ Among the above only Cow is worshipped even in
the heaven. The Devas also worship Cow to fulfil
their purposes.

✦ Worship of Cow and Bull is equivalent to worship
of Parents, Pitris and Devas.

✦ Any place gets purified if the place is sprinkled
with waters mixed in Cow dung.

✦ Even in places where horrible acts happened such
as murders and other atrocities could be restored

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to purity if a group of Cows are made to reside
therein for three days and three nights.
✦ Devotional songs sung on Cow, donation of Cows,
early morning darshan of Cows bring much luck
to human beings.
✦ Where a Cow stays agitated, hungry, thirsty or
frightened there humans meet with excessive
conflicts leading to unhappiness.

✦ Where the Cows live peacefully enjoying food and
drink where its breath remains rhythmic due to
the poise, there the negative energies are warded
off.

✦ Protection of Cow clears impediments on the way
of life.

✦ Worship of and service to Cow would bestow the
ability to regulate senses.

✦ If one arranges treatment to a sick Cow to restore
it to health the Cow reciprocates to restore health
to the one.

✦ If one protects Cow from fear, he transcends from
the fear he suffers from.

✦ When difficulties surround man and when he
finds himself in un-surmountable difficulties
worship and service to Cow helps clearing the way.

✦ The one who hurts and kills the Cow would
eventually suffer and would not be able to
surmount suffering.

✦ When you find a Cow hungry and thirsty, do not
neglect to attend to it.
✦ Killing a Cow denies one the path to the Divine.
✦ As long as man mishandles Cow so long he suffers
on Earth and he would not find way to the super
mundane world.
✦ Persons who kill Cows, eat Cow meat and
those who support these two acts would suffer
innumerable lives of sorrow.

✦ Natural wealth is more valuable than
material wealth. Amidst the natural wealth,
holding and serving the Cow is considered
most precious wealth.

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✦ Service and worship to Cow establishes one in the
quality of poise (sattva) – a quality that enables
ascent into higher planes of existence.

✦ Inhalation of the smell of Cow dung would
neutralise the poison caused by scorpion bite and
snake bite.

✦ Cow dung smoke is healthier than smoke coming
from coal and gases.
✦ Daily after morning shower looking at the Cow,
touching its hind and sprinkling the dust from the
Cow feet upon oneself causes instant purification.
Such purification is equivalent to taking bath in
all the sacred rivers.

✦ If one donates land to provide shelter for Cows it
brings much auspiciousness to the donor.

✦ If one plants and grows the feed for the Cow, he
too would be equally wealthy.

✦ If one hinders the wellbeing of Cow in one way or
the other he would fall in his state of awareness.
✦ The one who ritualistically serves Cows would

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receive the same benefits as he would receive by
conducting innumerable rituals and sacrifices.

✦ By mere act of touching the Cow daily one gets
purified. If one serves the Cow one gets wealthy.
If one donates Cow to the needy the result is inner
Joy.
✦ There is no wealth on Earth equivalent to the
Cows and there is no service equivalent to serving
the Cow.
✦ Worship of Cow is equivalent to annual pilgrimage.
✦ Worship of Cow is equivalent to worship of
Vishnu.

✦ Worship of Cow is equivalent to moving around
the Earth.

✦ Worship of Cow is equivalent to recitation of the
Vedas.

✦ The wise ones work for the growth, nourishment
and the protection of the Cows. As many Cows
one protects so much protection comes back to
him.

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✦ In Cow dung there is the energy of good luck
coming from Goddess Lakshmi.
✦ In the Cow urine there are the vibrations of the
sacred rivers.
✦ Cow ghee is equivalent to Amruta, the drink of
immortality.
✦ Cow milk improves buddhi, discriminative will.
Buffalo milk causes dullness to brains.
✦ Fire rituals done with Cow ghee could invite rainy
clouds.
✦ Just as Goddess Lakshmi is present in the energies
of Cow dung, Goddess Gauri (Parvathi) resides in
the energies of Cow urine, says Manu Vaivasvatha.
✦ Worship of and service to Cow enables proper
secretion of glands, thereby restituting good health
and even good conduct.
✦ All beneficial secretions in creation are relatable to
the secretion of Cow milk.
✦ The Winter Solstice, when Sun takes to northern

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coursing, the 7th ascending moon phase in
Aquarius, the 14th descending moon phase every
month are considered auspicious for Cow worship
✦ The months of Scorpio and Sagittarius are generally
considered auspicious for Cow worship.
✦ Ensure that the Cow milk is collected by humans,
only after the calves have taken their due share. If
the calves are denied of their share of milk, such
milk taken by the humans will bring in much
sorrow.
✦ Man's greed for money compels him to separate
the calf from the Cow, by which act the cowherd
would have done immeasurable unconscious
damage to himself. The Cow and the calf are
inseparable energies and should be taken care of
together by those who consider themselves devotes.
✦ The presence of Cow helps all theistic practices
until their fulfilment.
✦ Service to Cow helps the three preceding and three
succeeding generations.
✦ Cow supports land's fertility and land supports

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Cow's nourishment and growth.
✦ Cow urine is the best agent to maintain the pH
levels of cultivable land.
✦ The Veda prescribes a preparation with five
Cow products whose consumption in the size
of a gooseberry is most beneficial to man in
harmonising his energies. The five products are
Cow milk, Cow yogurt, Cow ghee, Cow dung
and Cow urine.
✦ Ayurveda considers the Cow products in variety of
ways to cure different diseases.
✦ The Earth gets inspired by the presence of the
seven sacred ones. They are the Cow, Master of
Wisdom, Scriptures, Donors, Sacrificers and the
Truth speakers.
✦ If one gets inspired to touch a Cow he would do
well to touch the hind side than the forehead.
✦ Touch not the forehead of the Cow, it disturbs
the Cow and such disturbance brings ill-health.
Touch the tail and the back.

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✦ The Cow is immensely pleased if one gently
caresses the dewlap. (the skin hanging below the
lower jaw)
✦ Frequently the seers look through the eyes of the
Cow. The aspirants and the disciples do well to
look into the compassionate eyes of the Cow.
✦ Worship of Cow shall have to be together with the
worship of the calf. Worship of Cow without the
calf is inadequate.
✦ The energy of Cow exists in the sounds Guru,
Ganga, Gayathri, Geeta, Gouri and Govinda.
Service and worship to these is equivalent to
service and worship of the Cow.
✦ Among the duities cast on mankind, service
to and worship of Cow is considered as
foremost by the Vedas and Puranas. Those
who propagate this knowledge are also
indirectly benefited by such service to Cow.

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Protect the Cow and get protected.

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Annexure

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Devas in Cow’s Body

# Body Name of Deva
1 Right Eye Sun
2 Left Eye Moon
3 Right Nostril Mitra
4 Left Nostril Varuna
5 Forehead Siva

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6 Above Forehead Kubera – The lord of
North and Wealth
7 Right Horn Jaya
8 Left Horn Vijaya
9 Right Ear Budha (Mercury)
10 Left Ear Bhruhaspati (Jupiter)
11 Throat Saraswathi - Goddess of
Wisdom and Speech
12 Upper part of Throat Vageeshwari - The vocal
Speech
13 Lower part of Throat Nakuli Vageeshwari –
Subtle Speech
14 Right Thigh Bhairav – Time as
witness
15 Left Thigh Hanuman
16 Right Heel to Ankle Meru of the East
17 Left Heel to Ankle Ameru of the West
18 Heart Vishnu
19 Hump Brahma – The creator
20 Stomach Agni
21 Below Stomach Bhoodevi – Goddess of
Earth
22 Udder Amrithasagar (Ocean of
Immortality)
23 Above Udder Hierarchy
(Kumaras, Seven Seers
and Narada)

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24 Tip of the Spine Parvathi (Sakthi)
25 Hind Sridevi – Goddess of
Wealth
26 Below Hind The celestial sacred
waters (sacred rivers)
27 Tail Serpent of Time
28 Right Thigh Divine Path
29 Left Thigh Path of Pitris
30 Right Leg – from South Pole
Heel to Ankle
31 Left Leg – from North Pole
Heel to Ankle
32 Teats
• Front Right Rig Veda
• Front Left Yejur Veda
• Back Right Sama Veda
• Back Left Adharva Veda
33 Four Hooves
• Front Right Existence
• FrontLeft Awareness
• Back Right Thought
• Back Left Action
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Mars - The Kumara and the Six-Armed Cross (Shanmukha). Picture of Ludger Philips
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Раковина на Санскрите —
шамкхам. Щам — это Сатурн, а Кхам — Юпитер.

у раковины глубокий символизм. Её держит четверорукое божество индусского пантеона. Она
настоятельно напоминает нам, чтобы мы развивали способность слушать. Слушать тишину, Голос Безмолвия. Она
также даёт намёк на существование как комбинацию расширения и сжатия.

В верхней части раковины круги более
широкие, а к нижнему концу они постепенно сужаются. Кончик представляет Сатурн, а голова — Юпитер. Это
сообщает идею о том, что в высших кругах сознание шире, а в более низших оно кристаллизуется.

В высших кругах это
сознание, это расширение, тогда как в низших кругах оно зажато, ограничено и даже, можно сказать, находится в
заключении.

Раковина также несёт послание о том, что каждое существо в мироздании задушено, ограничено и находится в неволе,
и что оно должно принять Закон чередования, относящийся к расширению и сжатию.

https://worldteachertrust.org/en/web/publications/kpk-overview-russian
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Birth of Guha & 1-st Shakh

"When Indra heard about his bravery, he came along with other deities to fight him Indra assaulted Guha with his Vajra on the right side of his body, which resulted into the manifestation of a very powerful entity named 'Shakh'. Indra again assaulted him on the left side of his body, from which manifested an extremely powerful entity named 'Vishakh'. Indra assaulted Guha for the third time- this time his chest was the target. From this third blow of Indra manifested 'Naigam'.

Guha accompanied by all the three powerful entities- Shakh, Vishakh and Naigam attacked Indra and his army, but they fled away.

Six goddesses arrived on the scene. All of them tried to feed that small child out of affection. They started quarelling among themselves. Right then they were surprised to see the child appearing with six head. Now their problems were solved. Each of the goddesses fed their breast milk to the child. They took Guha with them and brought him up with great love and care. Guha later on became famous as Kartikeya." http://hinduonline.co/Scriptures/Puranas/ShivaMahaPurana.html
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What's up in Galaxy that very now, before and little bit in future?! - know it first - as you my dear co-Earthlings - as There its still sounds proud, while Here we in such a small boat, and 2-nd name is "Best news he ever had a chance to share!" http://www.psy.in/World-o-f-Painting/World-of-Painting-in-a-place/
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