Cow is considered the soul of Indian culture. The cow is capable of destroying all the three heats, adhidaivik, adhidahik and adhibhautik. For this reason, the cow which provides priceless things like nectar like milk, curd, ghee, cow urine, gomaya and gorochan has been called the provider of all happiness in the scriptures.
Cow has been given the status of mother in Hinduism. You can see all the gods and goddesses just by seeing the cow and you can get the blessings of all the gods and goddesses by serving the cow. By worshiping it and feeding fodder, you get as much virtue as bathing, donating and feeding Brahmins on pilgrimage. Cow's service has special importance during Pitra Paksha. It is believed that by donating a cow these days, the sins of many births are erased and the blessings of the ancestors are received.
It is believed that the cow was very dear to Lord Krishna, so it is said that the cow must be served on the days or festivals dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Lord Shri Krishna is also an incarnation of Vishnu, so service to mother cow is mandatory even on the occasion of Akshaya Tritiya.
Pandits and astrologers also believe that 'all the deities reside in the cow'. But the cow represents the planet Mercury. In astrology, the planet Mercury is considered the planet of intelligence, speech, reasoning ability and mental ability. The presiding deity of the planet Mercury is Lord Vishnu. In such a situation, if cow service is done on the day of Akshaya Tritiya, then definitely good results are obtained. The color of the planet Mercury is green, so on the day of Akshaya Tritiya, you should feed green vegetables like spinach, radish leaves, greens etc. to the cow. If you don't get anything, then put green fodder i.e. fresh green grass in front of the cow. By doing this, you get very auspicious results with the blessings of mother cow.
In the scriptures, there is a special importance of feeding food to birds and animals. Cow has been given the status of mother in Hinduism. According to mythological belief, the first roti made at home should be fed to the cow only after that the family members should eat the roti. It is believed that feeding the first roti to the cow gives many other benefits along with virtue. Goddess Lakshmi is also believed to reside in mother cow. Let us know what are the benefits of feeding green fodder to the cow.
By feeding green fodder to the cow, the weak planet Mercury becomes strong and by doing this, the financial crisis goes away. By feeding green fodder or vegetables to the cow, you also get a lot of profit in business. Actually green color is a symbol of greenery and greenery is a symbol of positivity. If you feed green fodder or vegetables to the cow, then there will never be a shortage of food and money in your house.
If someone is sick in the house, then feed green vegetables to the cow in his name. By doing this the sufferings of the patient are reduced. While feeding green fodder to the cow, caress its body with your hands, by doing this you will get peace of mind and get rid of the problem of stress. If you have been worried about something for a long time and negative thoughts are arising in your mind, then feed green fodder to the cow daily with your own hands and spend some time looking at the cow. By doing this the mind will remain calm and wrong thoughts will stop coming.
It is told in the scriptures that if you worship the cow regularly in the same way as you worship the Gods and Goddesses in the morning, then you attain salvation.
Obviously, nowadays, especially in the cities, the lifestyle is such that even if you want to, you are away from the virtue of service to cows. In order that Hindus get the virtue of cow service, we have made arrangements in Shree Krishnayan Desi Gauraksha to serve thousands of cows and provide fodder and food to them. You can earn virtue by coming to our Gaushala or by donating money and serving the mother cow.
In Gaurakshashalas, we feed these gauvansh two times a day with a mixture of dry fodder, green fodder, Grains, mustard cake, Gud/Jaggery etc. Shree Krishnayan Desi Gauraksha Evam Gaulok Dham Sewa Samiti’ is one of the largest Gaurakshashala of Desi cows in India. We protect, feed & shelter ailing, starving, destitute and stray Desi Cows & Bulls, the majority of which are abandoned by their owners or saved from butchers. All of you are requested to join the noble cause of Gausewa by giving financial support as much as possible and help the cow mother to get her lost honor and rights.
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