Importance of cow
The basic moto is that we drink milk from a mother. So
if you did drink Cows' milk then you are to respect her.
Questions such as "I also drink buffalo
milk? So is that my mother?" Any amount of common sense can
guide one to accept that yes buffalo is akin to a mother too
in this case.
that we are living in a world where Mother Cow has given us an
example of utlimate compassion and love, irrespective of what
she eats to what she provides. Scripturally all gods lie in
always revering the Cow. After infidels and perverts came to
this sacred land, they have raped the minds of our fellow
citizens to accept Beef. This is the most abominable sin one
can commit. Such people will not have the mercy of any devotee
of God and hence God
To teach by example, the Supreme Lord Sri
Krishna and Lord Balaram show us when They descend into this
world, how important is to protect, love and serve Cows and
Bulls. Krishna is known as Gopala (protector of the
Cows) or Govinda (one who gives pleasure to the Cows).
Lord Balaram represents plowing the land for agriculture and
therefore always carries a plow in His hand, whereas Krishna
tends Cows and therefore carries a flute in His hand. Thus the
two brothers represent krisi-raksha (protecting Bulls by
engaging them in farming) and go-raksha (protecting the Cows).
Protection of cows and bulls is possible only when
cultured and pious minded citizens come forward to actively
support the cause by their words, actions and wealth. It
is the responsibility of every one of us.