Tejiyas: ...the milkman tries to bring the cow to the āśrama, they arrest the milkman. They take his cow away from him. They don't even allow that they can bring the cow to the people any more. They seized. He lost one cow. He has to sneak the cow down the back alley so that they can bring some cow fodder in. [break]
Gurukṛpa: Śrīla Prabhupāda, for the abhiṣeka, do we require cow urine and cow dung and tail of cow? Is it...
Dr. Patel: The cow from... Gao from cow, and cow from gao. No? It is absolutely not..., so very easy.
Reporter lady: ...eat... A cow would eat a cow?
CC Madhya 4.61
The ingredients of pañca-gavya are milk, yogurt, ghee (clarified butter), cow urine and cow dung . All these items come from the cow; therefore we can just imagine how important the cow is, since its — yogurt, milk, ghee, honey and sugar. The major portion of this preparation also comes from the cow
He said that "In the previous time, this cow sacrifice was actually being done. That's all right . But that was not for killing. That—to give the cow, the old cow or bull, a new life. By the power of mantra, just to give evidence of the Vedic mantras, the brāhmaṇas would sacrifice a cow, old cow or
And actually, after smearing cow dung in your room, when it is dried, you'll find refreshed , everything antiseptic. It is practical experience. And one Dr. Ghosh, a great chemist, he examined cow dung, that why cow dung is so much important in the Vedic literature. He found that cow dung contains all the antiseptic properties. In Āyur-veda, cow dung dried and burned into ashes is used as toothpowder. It is very antiseptic toothpowder.
Devotee: Would that be a young cow or a mother cow?
Dr. Patel: ... have produced penicillin from cow dung, and cow dung actually ...yes.
Prabhupāda: Go means species, means both bull and cow. But generally go means cow.
Room Conversation About Deity-Making and Tulasi Tea
Govinda dāsī: And I think they have one cow. They got recently one cow.
Bhagatjī: [indistinct discussion about getting milk from cow] We will keep one cow ready at once.
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