Gau Savitri Stotram in Sanskrit, Kannada, English

Gau Savitri Stotram in Sanskrit, Kannada, English Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! Just before going to know about "Gau Pooja, Chintana, Vatsa Dwadasha, Savitri stotram", let us know the meaning of the word Gau. Gau means धेनु / ಧೇನು / dhenu, that is, someone who always keeps on giving and giving and giving milk without any expectations from us. In Hindu Puranas, which are part of the Hindu Sanatana Dharma grantas (Divine texts), the Mother earth is in the form of a cow. King Prithu successfully milked Mother Earth for the welfare and for the benefit of humans and thus ended a great famine at that time. Because of this reason, Mother Earth is also known as Prithvi. Gau-Savitri Stotram: Gau-Savitri Stotram is taken from the great epic Mahabharata (Bhishma - Yudhishtira samvadam / discussion) - Stotram is given in three languages, that is, Sanskrit, Kannada and English. || अथ गोसावित्री स्तोत्रं || नारायणं नमस्कृत्य देविं त्रिभुवनेश्वरीम् |गोसावित्रीं...
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Gau Pooja (Cow worship), Chintana, Vatsa Dwadasha

Gau Pooja (Cow worship), Chintana, Vatsa Dwadasha Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! Just before going to know about "Gau Pooja, Chintana, Vatsa Dwadasha, Savitri stotram", let us know the meaning of the word Gau. Gau means धेनु / ಧೇನು / dhenu, that is, someone who always keeps on giving and giving and giving milk without any expectations from us. How to do Gau pooja, chintana and other significance Gau Mata (Mother Cow) is also called as Kamadhenu, Nandini, Surabhi, Susheela, Bahula etc. Meaning of the above names: 1. Kamadhenu (कामधेनु / ಕಾಮಧೇನು / kāmadhēnu): When we separate this name it becomes, Kama + dhenu. Here Kama means wish and dhenu means giver. This this, Gau mata (Kamadhenu) is someone who always keeps on giving to human society and she never expects anything from us, even proper food. Other names given to Kamadhenu is, she is someone who is called as a Sabala (spots present on her body) and...
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Why cow is auspicious in Hinduism | Chyavana Maharshi and fishermen story

Why cow is auspicious in Hinduism | Chyavana Maharshi and fishermen story

Why cow is auspicious in Hinduism | Chyavana Maharshi and fishermen story Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! The story of the great Chyavana maharṣhi, the vaidyanipuṇa (Doctor of the Doctors), is well known to many. Chyavana Maharshi was the son of Bhṛgu Maharṣhi and Pulomā Devi. Once Bhṛgu Maharṣhi asked Agnideva to protect Pulomā, who was a garbhavati (preganan), till he comes back and went away.  A rākṣhasa by name Puloma came and asked Agnideva "is she Pulomā?" (if yes then he was planning to take her away!). Agnideva did not know what to do. If he tells the truth Bhṛgu Maharṣhi may get angry, else he may get anṛta-doṣham (A type of sin).  So finally after being forced by Puloma, Agnideva said" "She is the wife of Bhṛgu Maharṣhi." Immediately Puloma took the form of a varāham (Boar) and forcibly took Pulomā. In this, from her garbham (womb), the baby slipped and fell...
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Why special status to Cow than other animals

Why special status to Cow than other animals

Why special status to Cow than other animals Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! If Bhagavan Sri Hari is present in all the animals, birds, bacteria, insects, etc etc etc, then why only 'Gomaata' / Cow is given special status?  Why only 'Gomaata' / Cow is worshipped? Why we give so much of respect to 'Gomaata' / Cow?  Why we shouldn't beat 'Gomaata' / Cow? Why we shouldn't harm 'Gomaata' / Cow?  What all the reasons for giving such a huge stature to a 'Gomaata' / Cow? Let us understand this now: There are few reasons behind this as given below: Cow is called as 'सर्व भूत दया' / 'sarva bhuta daya', means an animal or a prani who doesn't harm anybody in any way. This is one of the reason. If Bhagavan Sri Hari is present everywhere means, it doesn't means we need to respect everything and everyone in equal manner.  Sri Hari is definitely present in everything and everywhere.  Sri Hari is...
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