MemberJuly 4, 2021 at 12:44 am::
One of the most innocent, loving, and harmless domestic animal that is of great importance to human beings is the cow. The cow is one of the most famous and valuable domestic animals in India. It plays a crucial role in Hindu mythology. Since they are beneficial in several ways to mankind, people keep them in their homes. If we talk about the physical appearance of a cow, then it is a big heavy four-legged animal having two horns, a mouth, two eyes, and two ears.
The significant advantage of having a cow is that it gives us milk, which is essential for maintaining the fitness of our body and boosting our immunity. Cow’s milk is rich in Phosphorous, Calcium, Vitamin B, Vitamin D, and Potassium. It also has a rich content of protein. Cow’s milk can be used to prepare several dairy products like butter, curd, cheese, and many other products. Cow’s milk is the most consumed in the world.
Cow dung is also a very beneficial product in our country. It can be used in the preparation of biogas and acts as a renewable source of energy as it contains a good amount of methane in it. In rural areas, cow dung is used to prepare cow dung cakes which are utilized as a fuel for burning and used in kitchens for providing a flame for cooking purposes. It can also be used as fertile manure in the fields. Cow dung is also a strong insect repellent.
In Hindu mythology, cows play an essential role. The followers of Hinduism consider cows to be sacred animals and believe that they should be protected against all odds. Cows are given a lot of respect in our country and are named ‘Gau Mata.’ They are given the status of a mother here in India. Killing cows is considered to be the greatest sin. These days, the government is taking all the measures to protect cows from any danger.