An entrancing image of a mother’s selfless care provided by her during the birth of her child has been captured in this Handcrafted Brass Motherly Cow Feeding Her Baby Calf Statue. In Indian Tradition, cows have attained a pious place. According to Hindu Mythology, almost all the gods of the Hindu religion reside in Kamdhenu or Cow’s generic body. Did you know? Four legs of the cow represent the scriptural Vedas, while her horns represent the triune gods Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh. The Sun and Moon Gods reside in her eyes. Fire God Agni Ji resides on her shoulders. The wind God Vayu Ji resides in her legs. It is considered to be extremely fortunate to feed chapati to cows early in the morning. You can place this Handicrafts Cow Feeding Her Calf Brass Idol in your Puja Ghar or keep it as a showpiece on your drawing room shelf. Made 100% from premium quality brass, such pieces of Brass Cow Feeding her Calf Idol Statue are said to be a wish-granting symbol in Vastu.
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