Cow is abode of all gods

A Cow is said to be the abode of all the gods. Every atom in cow’s body is abode of the 33 million demigods. All the fourteen worlds exist in the limbs of cow. Brahma and Vishnu on the root of two horns. All the sacred reservoirs and Vedavyasa on the tips of the horns. Lord Shankara on the center head. Parvati on the edge of head. Kartikeya on the nose, Kambala and Ashwatara Devas on the nostrils. Ashwini Kumaras on the ears. Sun and Moon in the eyes. Vayu in dental range and Varuna on the tongue. Saraswathi in the sound of cow. Sandhya goddesses on the lips and Indra on the neck. Raksha Ganas on the hanging under the neck. Sadhya Devas in the heart. Dharma on the thigh. Gandharvas in the gap of hoofs, Pannaga at the tips, Apsaras on the sides. Eleven Rudras and Yama on the back, Ashtavasus in the crevices. Pitru Devas on the ides of umbilical joint, 12 Adityas on the stomach area. Soma on the tail, Sun rays on the hair, Ganga in its urine, Lakshmi and Yamuna in the dung, Saraswathi in milk, Narmada in curd, and Agni in ghee 33 crore Gods in the hair, Prithwi in stomach, oceans in the udder, Kamadhenu in the whole body. Three Gunas in the root of the brows, Rishis in the pores of hair, and all the sacred lakes in the breathe. Chandika on the lips and Prajapathi Brahma on the skin Fragrant flowers on nostrils Sadhya Devas on the arm-pit Six parts of Vedas on the face, four Vedas on the feet, Yama on the top of the hoofs, Kubera and Garuda on the right, Yakshas on the left and Gandharvas inside Khecharas in the fore of the foot, Narayana in intestine, mountains in the bones, Artha, Dharma, Kama and Moksha in the feet. Jai Gaumata !!  

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