The cow has an important place in Hinduism. Devotees attain salvation through its worship and donations. According to the scriptures, even the Vaastu defects of the house are eliminated by cow service.

The Gau Dynasty is considered to be the basis of Hindu civilization and culture. In our scriptures, the service of a cow is considered to be the ultimate welfare. The glory and importance of the cow are not hidden from anyone. From both scientific and religious perspectives, cow has special importance in Indian society and culture, because cow not only gives us nutritious food, nectar-like milk, curd, pure ghee, etc. but cow urine treatment of various diseases (proven in many scientific investigations in America It has been said that cow urine is a special medicine to fight some diseases), is also considered useful as fertilizer and insecticide. In Hinduism, the cow has been given the status of the mother, inhabited by thirty-three crore deities and cow calves who grow up to be bulls, have been considered as the incarnation of religion in the form of Nandi.

Lord Krishna has described cow love as something like this
Cows are ahead of me, behind me, cows are all around me and I live in the midst of cows.

It is said that cow service has many benefits.
Vaastu doshas can be eradicated by cleaning the house and courtyard with cow service or cow rearing. For this, according to the zodiac Lagna, the pure hereditary red, white, black, brown cow should be selected.
Donations of green fodder, jaggery, flour, etc. can be donated to the cow for the relief of newly born suffering.
Cow service soon brings blessings of Bhagwat grace and ancestors, which brings happiness and prosperity in our lives.

The bull is also considered an avatar in religion. It is believed that by giving green fodder to the bull, Lord Shankar gets his blessings.
The consecration of Shaligram and Shivling with cow's milk gives you the desired fruit.

Devotees are pleased by performing havan with cow dung and the atmosphere is clean and fragrant.
Complex and incurable diseases are prevented by the mere consumption of Panchagavya.
The donation of cow service, cow grass, gets the unique grace of Lord Shri Krishna, which reduces physical suffering.
Lord Sri Krishna provides Baikunth just by treating cows and animals suffering.
Gaudan is considered Mahadan, but it should be given only to a qualified person. So that it is well served. Gaudan also attains supreme virtue.

Author's Bio: 

Sri Tulasi is a professional astrologer, life coach and member of the Indian Astrologers Council. She has more than 15 years of practical experience in astrology. She is a regular columnist in many leading newspapers in India.