Ayurvedic description of Cow Urine and it’s medicinal use

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Posted by Madan Gopal Das | Posted in Ayurvedic Health, Benefits of Pancha gavya - blessings of cow, Glories of Cow Urine, Vedic Culture | Posted on 20-06-2010

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Hare Krsna!

Ayurveda is the medical branch of Vedas. “braham vakya janardanam” – Vedas have emanated from Lord Brahma’s mouth. They are for welfare of everyone. Therefore they are also called aptopadesh i.e. advice by near and dear ones. Cow urine makes one disease free by its prabhav (nature). Prabhav means inconceivable power. “Acintya shakti iti prabhav”. Prabhav is that power which cannot be conceived and described or analysed. Qualities of cow urine are stated in ayurveda. Read the rest of this entry »

Love of Cows (go – prema)

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Posted by Madan Gopal Das | Posted in Benefits of Pancha gavya - blessings of cow, Principles of Cow Protection, Serving Cows Practically | Posted on 26-05-2010

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Hare Krsna!

What love of cows means – Love of cows means even love for go rasa i.e. cow products. I would prefer to call cow products (urine, dung, milk, etc) as blessing rather than products. In modern day we all have some respect and love for cows. But we drink buffalo milk. We cannot love cows and not love her blessings. These cow blessings (products) are called gavya.  Gavya means milk, curd, butter (after churning), dung and urine. Without loving these blessings (products) of cows our love of cows is only half or incomplete. Read the rest of this entry »

Cows in Krishna Lila

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Posted by Madan Gopal Das | Posted in Benefits of Pancha gavya - blessings of cow, Cows in Krishna Lila, Devotional Topics, Glories of Vedic Cow, Principles of Cow Protection, Vedic Culture | Posted on 26-05-2010

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Hare Krsna!

Srimad Bhagawatam begins with glorifying the supreme lord Krsna. But Sri Krsna in his topmost abode of goloka is absorbed in worship of cows. His abode is centered and named around cows. Krsna lila cannot be separated from love of cows ( go prema).

As soon as Krsna appeared on earth in the jail, his father Vasudev decided to give 10000 excellent payaswini cows in charity. When Krsna reached Vrndavan Nanda maharaj gave lakhs of cows in charity. Sri vrndavan is called gostha. Gostha means a place where atleast one crore (10 million) cows reside. Read the rest of this entry »