- Best In Class,Superior In Crafting & IDEALLY SIZED Measures Length: 22 CM, Width:15 CM, Height:18 CM and Weight: 1 Kg Approx
- TRADITIONAL DESIGN Very appealing and eye catching as a home decor item & Sure to be admired by your guests
- A POSITIVE IMPACT As per VASTU Methology Spritual Idols Showpieces Placed in North East Direction of Drawing / Living & Pooja Room brings Wealth,Health,Peace & Happiness
- ARTISAN CRAFTSMANSHIP Produced by traditional sand casting methods by artisans of India
- Great for gifting during weddings, anniversaries, house warming ceremonies, new venture, award ceremonies etc.
Presenting You a wide range of showpieces.Featuring a cow with her baby on circular stand in gold color. Made out of hard material to give this showpiece an amazing look.The name Kamadhenu came from the Sanskrit root, "Kamaduha", which literally means, "the cow of plenty" and "the one through whom all desires are fulfilled".It is believed that each part of the kamdhenu cow embodies a particular deity & is worshipped as the divine wish-fulfilling cow goddess, according to Hindu mythology. This divine cow, which lives in swargalok (heaven), emerged from the ocean of milk (kshira-sagar) at the time of samudra-manthan (the great churning of the ocean by the gods (suras) and demons (asuras). It was presented to the seven sages by the Gods, and in course of time came into the possession of Sage Vasishta. It is believed that as Kalpa-vriksha, (heavenly tree) Kamadhenu, in the same way, fulfills the desires of those who approach it with pragya and devotion Kamadhenu also known as Surabhi, is a divine goddess described in Hunduism as the Cow of Wish. Kamadhenu is a cow of plenty who ffulfills all the wish and is portrayed as the mother of all cows. Kamadhneu is also known as a Gayatri and worshipped as a heavenly cow. It is also known as Nanda, Sunanda, Surabhi, Susheela and Sumana. Kamdhenu Cow fulfills all the wishes of the worshipper. It gives health, wealth, happiness and growth in the life. Kamdhenu is the mother of all cattle. This cow lives in heaven and emerged from the ocean of milk (Khirsagar) during Samudra Manthan.