Desi Cow’s Agriculture Benefit.
Desi Cow – Indian Breeds of Cows are called as Gaumatha, Kamadhenu, Lakshmi etc., by the people living in the Great Bharath. We consider Desi Cow as our Mother and worship the same.
Why it is so important to us?
Desi Cow gives us the entire requirement of our farming activities in Agriculture. It helps us in transportation of our goods. It works in our agricultural lands. Thus the food we consume is because of the help of this mother cow. It gives us the medicine for our health. It saves the crop from pest, insect and fungi. Finally it becomes a part of our family.
For giving all the above; what we are giving. We are giving all the unwanted items for humans such as grass, stray etc, after taking the oil from cotton seeds, ground nuts, coconut and the remaining thing is given to the cow.
In case this is not required for cow, for human being it is a waste and in fact we have to spend money to dispose this. Thus an environment recycle is done with the help of cow.
The significant features of Indian Cows;
Hump of the Shoulder
In the neck the skin will be hanging.
Suryaketu nerve on the back, It is believed that Suryaketu nerve absorbs medicinal essences from atmosphere and makes milk, urine and cow dung more nourishing.
The ability to shake only a particular part of the body, for example it can shake only the skin the stomach area without shaking the other part of the body.
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It can withstand the climatic conditions of this country, either hot, rain or cold.
It delivers around 15 to 20 calf’s in his life span.
It can walk for more kilometers and work hard accepting the climatic conditions of this part of the world.
A cow in its lifespan feeds thousands of people, and one cow is sufficient to do farming in 10 acres of land
A1 and A2 Milk
The National Bureau of Animal Genetic Research has recently demonstrated the superior milk quality of Indian cattle breeds.
After scanning 22 cattle breeds, scientists concluded that in five high milk-yielding native breeds – Red Sindhi, Sahiwal, Tharparkar, Rathi andGir – the status of A2 allele of the beta casein gene was 100 per cent. In other Indian breeds it was around 94 per cent, compared to only 60 per cent in exotic breeds like Jersey and HF.
The A2 allele is responsible for making available more Omega-6 fatty acids in milk. The pure Indian breed desi cow produces A2 milk, which contains less Betacosmophorine-7 (BCM-7), as opposed to the hybrid cows which generally produce A1 milk.
Benefits of Desi Cow Milk and Ghee
•As per Ayurvedic tradition, Cow Ghee helps in the growth and development of Children’s brain
• Regular consumption increases good (HDL) cholesterol (and not bad LDL cholesterol)
• Stimulates digestion and aids absorption of fat soluble vitamins
• An excellent all round anti-ageing vegetarian food & external applicant on the skin
Desi Cow milk is like nectar, because it has amino acids which make its protein easily digestible
It is good for kidney
It is a rich source of Vitamins like B2, B3 and A which help increasing immunity
Cow Milk helps in reducing acidity, (a common problem today)
Reduces chances of peptic ulcer
Helps in reducing chances of colon, breast and skin cancer
Desi Cow milk prevents the formation of serum cholesterol
It is one of the best natural anti-oxidants
After mother’s milk, it is only the cow’s milk which gives energy and full protection and is Digestible
Contents of Cows Milk
100gms of Cows Milk contains:
Phosphorous 0.93 gms -> Energy release for metabolic activity and physical activity
Calcium 1.20gm -> Healthy bones and Teeth
Iron 0.002 gm ->
Magnesium -> for muscle function and elements Vanadium, chromium, tin, aluminum, abhrak and sisa.
It has 25 types of minerals and Vitamins as:
Vitamin B12 – for production of healthy cells
Vitamin A – for good eyesight and immune function
Zinc – for immune function
Riboflavin – for healthy skin
Folate – for production of healthy cells
Vitamin C – for formation of healthy connective tissues
Iodine – for regulation of the body’s rate of metabolism
Charaka Samhita, the ancient text on Indian Medicine, strongly recommends the use of Desi Cow products for the treatment of various ailments.
We produce organic fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides, insecticides from Desi Cow’s dung and urine for our agriculture requirement. The fertilizers from Desi Cow’s bi-products will have all the essential requirement of the Agriculture and the crop. The Fertilizer is called as Panchagavya and the Pesticides / Insecticides / Fungicides is called as Agnihastra.
Please contact us for your organic fertilizers and organic pesticides / insecticides / fungicides requirement.
Kamadhenu: the cow which gives us all the wishes. The sacred cow’s various bodies are believed to be place of various deities.
The details are as follows:
1) Two Horns of the Cow – The Creator ‘Brahma’
2) The Head of the Cow – The Deity ‘Indra’
3) Forehead of the Cow – The Deity ‘Agni
4) Collar of the Cow – The Deity ‘Yama’
5) Brain of the Cow – The Deity ‘Moon’
6) Upper Jaw of the Cow – The Highest world Dyuloka
7) Lower Jaw of the Cow – The Earth
8 The Tongue – The Lightening
9) The Teeth – The Deity ‘Marut’
10) The Throat – The ‘Revatee’ Constellation
11) The Shoulder – The ‘Kritka’ Constellation
12) Bones of the Shoulder – The Summer Season
13) All the Organs of the Cow – The Deity ‘Vaayu’
14) The Heaven – The World to which cow, belongs
15) The BackBone – The Deity ‘Rudra’
16) In the Chest – The Eagle
17) Is the Power & Strength Of the Cow – The Space
18) Hunch of the Cow – The Sage Vrihashpati
19) In the bones of the Chest – The Stanza by the name of Vrihatee
20) The Back – Angels & Fairies
21) Bones of the Ribs – The Hostesses of the Angels & Fairies.
22) The Shoulders – The Deity ‘Varuna’ and Friend
23) The Forelegs – The Sage ‘Tvashta & the sage ‘Aryama’
24) The Hindlegs – The Destroyer ‘Lord Mahadeva’
25) The Backside of the Cow – The wife of the Deity ‘Indra’
26) The Tail – The Deity ‘Vaayu’
27) The Hairs of the Body – The Sage ‘Pawamana’
28) The Buttock – The Caste ‘Brahmin’ & The caste ‘Kshatriya’
29) Lies in the Thighs – The Strength of the Cow.
30) Bones of the Knees – The Deity Sun and the Creator
31) The Calf of the Cow – The Celestial Beings ‘Gandharva’
32) In the Smaller Bones – The Celestial Beings ‘Apsara’
33) Hooves of the Cow – The Mother of the Sun, God, ‘Aditi’
34) In the Heart – The Mind
35) In the Liver of the Cow – The Intelligence
36) The Nerve By the Name Of ‘Puritat’ – The Religious Vow ‘Vrata’
37) The Belly – The Hunger
38) In the Intestines – Goddess Sarswati
39) In the internal part of the intestines – The Mountains
40) In the Ovum – The sorrow (Manyu)
41) In the sense Organs – The Subjects & the People (Praja)
42) In the Ovary – The River
43) In the Breasts – The Deity ‘Varuna’
44) In the cells of the Breasts which produce milk – The Thundering clouds
45) In the Skin – The ‘All-Pervasive power’
46) In the hairs of the Body,Of the cow – The Various Medicines
47) The Anus – The heavenly & Celestial Beings ‘Devagana’
48) In the Intestine – The Man
49) In the Stomach – The Celestial being ‘Yaksha’
50) In the Kidney – The Anger
51) In the Blood – The Demon ‘Rakshasha’
52) The Appearance of The Cow – The Constellation are
53) In the Stomach – The Other living beings
54) Is the Grossness – The sky
55) In the Bone-Marrow – The Death
56) Is Like Fire – The Posture while sitting
57) Is the Deity ‘Ashwinee Kumar’ – The posture while getting up
58) The Deity ‘Indra’ – The Posture while standing and facing East
59) The Lord of Death ‘Yamaraja’ – The Posture while standing and facing South
60) The Creator ‘Brahma’ – The Posture while standing and facing west
61) The Sun God – The Posture while standing & facing North
62) The Deity Moon – The Cow while Grazing
63) The Friend – The Cow while looking
64) Pure Joy – The Posture of the Cow while turning it back
We are into the service of saving the Indian Breeds of Cows and in particular we are saving Vechur and Ombalacheri cows.
We produce Panchagavya an organic Fertilizers and Agnihastra an organic pesticides / insecticides / fungicides.
We request to use the same as fertilizers and pesticides in Agriculture and save the mother cow and earth.
The cow was elevated to divinity in the Rig Veda. In Book VI, Hymn XXVIII attributed to Rishi Bhardwaja extols the virtue of the cow. In Atharva Veda (Book X, Hymn X), the cow is formally designated as Vishnu, and `all that the Sun surveys’.
Indian society has addressed the cow as gow mata. The Churning of the Sea episode brings to light the story of the creation of the cow. Five divine Kamadhenus (wish cows), viz, Nanda, Subhadra, Surabhi, Sushila, Bahula emerged in the churning.
Thousands of names in our country are cow-related: Gauhati, Gorakhpur, Goa, Godhra, Gondiya, Godavari, Goverdhan, Gautam, Gomukh, Gokarna, Goyal, Gochar etc.
They signify reverence for the cow, and our abiding faith that the cow is Annapurna.
she cow, according to the Vedas, provides four products for human use: (i) Godugdha (cow milk): As per Ayurveda, cow milk has fat, carbohydrates, minerals and Vitamin B, and even a capacity for body resistance to radiation and for regenerating brain cells. (ii) Goghruta (ghee): The best ghee, it is, as per Ayurveda useful in many disorders. In yajna, it improves the air’s oxygen level. (iii) Gomutra (urine): Lastly, (iv), Gomaya (dung) is considered as valuable as Gomutra and used to purify the environment, as it has radium and checks radiation effects.
We are having such gold with us and we are using synthetic fertilizers and pesticides.
It is now an accepted fact that the chemical fertilizers and pesticides not only have adverse effects on soil but also are harmful for human health. Even the agriculture scientists agree with the view that regular use of chemical fertilizers leads to a situation when land ultimately becomes unproductive and barren because of destruction of microbes.
On the other hand, organic manure provides most of the plant nutrients. The microbes are encouraged. Texture of the soil improves. It becomes porous with more aeration. Humus elements increase at a faster rate. Resistance power of the soil to fight fungus, pests and insects etc., increases. This all adds to the fertility of the soil.
The milk given by a Desi cow is only a bi-product. A Desi cow is not for milk, it is for Agriculture. The maintenance cost of a Desi cow is Rs.30/- to Rs.40/- a day. Approximately we need around Rs.1000/- to Rs.1500/- to maintain a cow. Per Annum it cannot be more than Rs.15000/- per cow. A Cow gives approximately 10 kgs of Cow dung and 10 litres of Cow Urine. Approximately it gives 300 kgs per month and 3600kg per year. With this we can create manure for approximately four acres of land. One cow will take care of the fertilizer and pesticides requirement of approximately 4 acres of land. Per acre for using Urea, Potash, and Synthetic pesticides we need approximately Rs.6000/- per annum. For four acres the cost will be Rs.24000/- which is definitely costlier than the maintenance of cow. The additional requirement is here the human work load will be more compared to using synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. Once we start treating the cow as our family members, (which was done by our forefathers) the extra work and service done to the cow will not be an issue.
Since today the joint family concept is getting reduced and people started living is a smaller house with reduced family members, the maintenance of cow and keeping the cow along with them in the house is an issue. Hence in order to have the same effect of cow fertilizers and pesticides we are producing the following two products.
Panchagavya – an organic fertilizer
Agnihastra – an organic pesticides / insecticides / fungicides.
The details about this product and the certificates can be viewed in our website pasuthai.com
Today in news papers we can find news stating that vegetables are grown in polluted water. The water is contaminated and it will have heavy toxic, polluted and contaminated. People living in Metros and Cities are getting vegetables from the nearby areas and the news is that the vegetables may be grown in polluted water. Unknowing we are consuming this vegetables and in the due course there may be health issues for the persons who are consuming it.
How to have Organic Vegetables.
People living in Cities and Metros can grow vegetables in their garden, balcony and terrace. Thus the vegetables consumed by them can be assured that it is not grown on polluted water.
Advantages of Own Garden.
It is not grown in polluted water.
- It is not grown by using synthetic fertilizers and pesticides.
- We get satisfaction that we are consuming which we produced ourselves.
- The happiness obtained by seeing the vegetables in the plants grown by us cannot be measured.
- The monthly expenses of the family towards vegetables are reduced.
- We physically do some work towards this and thus we do some exercise to our body.
- The taste of the vegetable will be very nice.
- The transport of the vegetable is not required thus we contribute a small portion to the environment by avoiding the transportation.
- The vegetables are always fresh.
Our service in this.
We supply 22 varieties of desi seeds, five litres of fertilizers produced from desi cow’s byproducts’, one litre of pesticides produced from desi cow’s urine and other herbs and one kg of manure made from cow dung for mixing with the soil.
The cost of all the above including transportation and delivery to the house by courier will cost Rs.1000/- per kit.
We request you to kindly use this and grow vegetables organically.
Today we very proudly tell that we are living in the most modern and civilized world. Are we?
We can decide in the end of this reading.
Today we farm different townships, new towns and villages, thus people started migrating from one place to other place in search of modern and luxury living.
What is modern and civilized living today?
We need toilet in our room itself, we need bathroom in the room itself, we have to block the natural air and light and have air-conditioner and electric light. Otherwise polluted air will come inside. We need water to just come in the tap where we open inside the house. All the physical work has to be reduced and we need artificial machine so that our physical work will get reduced and we tell it is comfort.
What was the style of living in those days?
When a new village or town is formed, the middle or the corner of the village there will be a temple and a pond. Houses will be built around the temple. People will have their farms and their work place around their house. The economy of the village will be in and around that temple and pond. In some areas it will be along the river bed. Either river bed or pond is must before creating a place for people living.
They built the pond near the temple so that all the rain water will go to the pond and naturally there will be water harvesting happen. People will use the pond water for drinking and one side it will be used for bathing and other utilities. Even 100 or 1000 people in the village take bath in the pond, not even a single drop will be wasted. They use natural powder for cleaning themselves. This natural powder will be a food to the living being in the pond. A natural recycling happens and the pollution in the water will be prevented. The same water will be used for agricultural activities and they use only organic fertilizers and pesticides for their farming activities.
A house will have an opening in the middle and the entire rain water will come and fall in the middle of the house and again the rain water harvesting happens naturally. There will be drainage in the front and back side of the house and this water will be routed to the nearest pond. This water will be used either for our domestic requirement or for our agriculture activities.
In today’s living we have all the facilities in the house, water once used by us will become polluted and even after treating the water, mentally there is a block to re-use the water. Water mixed with synthetic pesticides and fertilizers cannot be consumed or used by us. We have to create artificial water harvesting in the house that to only when there is a mandatory law from the Government. Any new township created we need government to provide water by pipe from far off places and never a new pond or lake is created. Infact existing pond and lake are closed and we have started building house on that. Thus instead of creating new water body, we are closing the existing water body. Thus we can use the water only one time and we have no intention in saving the water by creating new water body.
The entire luxury requirements are from artificial energy and not by renewable energy. Because of this there is no physical activity or less physical activity. Since there is no physical activity we are not having healthy life and we need lot of medical attention to take care. Instead of working physically, we now started taking advice and walk daily for half or one hour to take care of our body.
The entire above instance shows what, it is we are thinking that we are in a modern age, but actually we are not. Millions of years the mother earth is saved and our forefathers gave this to us, and we are not giving the same to our next generations. We think having assets and wealth which can be transferred to the next generations is required. This is not the primary requirement; we need to give a good, healthy, unpolluted environment to the next generations.
What can we do for this?
Everyone can become an organic farmer, tiny drops of water forms a big ocean, in the same way, everyone can start cultivating their vegetable in their house and we can give atleast an unpolluted vegetable to our family members and make them healthy. When there are plants and when you see the vegetables in the plants grown by you, it gives immense pleasure and happiness.
We supply 22 varieties of seeds, 5 litres of organic fertilizers and one litre of organic pesticides and one kg of organic manure. We request you to kindly grow the vegetable in your house terrace, balcony and give a naturally grown vegetables to your family members.
We have been receiving very good response for organic farming. Today we are posting the benefits of organic farming in this below article.
Organic Agriculture is a long Term effect in Agriculture. This was in India over a millions of years. The main aim is to produce foods and also establishing an ecological balance to prevent the soil fertility and pest problems. It gives a proactive approach to the Agriculture. In today’s system it is solving the problems after creating it. In organic farming it is prevention before cure. The problems will not arise. In organic Farming we had, plant rotation, inter-cropping, maintaining the soil fertility and not allowing the pest. It is a booster to the soil. It is an energy recycling. It retains the abilities of the soil. The unwanted products or less wanted products of humans are wanted for the crops and the unwanted products in the crops are wanted for the cows. This is with regard to the soil.
The next important essential input for agriculture is water. In organic farming the water is not getting polluted. Synthetic fertilizer and pesticides pollute the water and the water mixed with synthetic fertilizer and pesticides cannot be consumed by human beings. In organic farming for example the Panchagavya a fertilizers from Cow reduces the PH level in the water and the make the water for consumption. In organic farming the water is not polluted and further it reduces the existing pollution in the water. This is with regard to water.
The next important feature in organic farming is that it will not pollute the air, and human beings cannot survive without oxygen. The energy required for producing organic fertilizers and pesticides are simple, and there is no technology. It is an ecological balance. Synthetic fertilizers and pesticides are created by using non-renewable energy by using various fuels as inputs. By applying synthetic pesticides the air is getting polluted and we are compelled to breathe the same. Knowing that it affects the environment we are still using the same. This is with regard to Air.
For the last five to six decade we are all used and practiced agriculture by using synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. The last two generations lost the practice of organic farming. So mentally we got set for using synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. So we started believing that agriculture will happen only by applying synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. In organic farming the growth is slow and steady. In non-organic farming the growth is immediate. Since we are in the 21st Century we believe in fast and temporary. Our mindset has to be changed and we should start believing slow, steady and permanent. We should always remember that, we as a country as whole were the top country in the entire world producing and having various techniques in farming.
Our forefathers were happy and successful in Agriculture because of Organic Farming. Today, a doctor son want to become a doctor, an engineer son wants to become an engineer, whereas even the agriculturist is not interested in making his son agriculturist. For a population of 125 Crores no other country in the world can give us food. We have to grow our food and we should be self sustained in our food requirement. Importing food will have very adverse effect on the economy and growth of this country.