Milk and Cow are revered as being holy in India, and no special observation would happen without them. And our holy land binds all the sacredness in the word magical, mystical word, OM. That's why we have it in our name too.
From house warming to wedding, our ancestors made sure the Indian Cow was part of every celebration and occasion. The Indian Cow is also greatly revered in all our sacred texts and holy books.
The Indian breed cow or the Desi cow referred as Gaumatha, Kamadhenu, Lakshmi etc., by people across cultures, worshipped and revered as Goddess, and Mother as it is selfless and giving to mankind.
This is the reason why all the holy texts have time and again mentioned about the importance of treating cows like a member of the family and rearing them in a healthy environment. The happiness of a cow is mentioned as being symbolic of the joy in the family, and the death of the animal, seen as a loss and a time for grieving. There are also several instances where the slaughter of a milch cattle is mentioned as a grave sin that should never be committed.
What makes the Desi cow better compared to the other hybrid cows?
Indian breed cows and buffalos contain the A2 allele gene. This is also transferred to the milk which makes it much more nutrient and healthy than the A1 milk variant that is produced by the exotic cattle breeds.
Wondering how this would make much of a difference? Well, did you know that if you are not drinking the A2 milk, the chances of developing allergies, diabetes, obesity, and cardio-vascular diseases are higher in the future?You might be wondering why the exotic breeds are promoted if its milk is harmful?The answer is simple, the Indian cattle breeds do not yield as much milk as the exotic ones do and it higher milk production that has made corporations ignore the levels of A1 allele gene in the cows bodies, which tend to make the milk inferior in quality.
The cow is depicted as a symbol of wealth, abundance, strength, selflessgiving, of earthly life, and we are striving to bring back this lost glory of the animal by protecting it in its natural habitat. Our aimis tokeepthemilchcattlehappy,which in turn helps us bring the healthy milk to you and spread happiness and health in your family.