Cow The Motherly Figure

Cow The Motherly Figure

$95.00 USD
Here the cow is treated exceptionally well as the artist touches every part of the cow in a most minute detail and a deep sense of refinement and gracefulness marks the brass figure. Its horns, legs, tail, ears --- every part is minutely sculpted out of brass. Cows are held in deep respect by the Hindus and it is considered a mother. A cow is worshipped in many parts of the country. In many places there are temples dedicated to cows where cows are fed and worshipped by the Hindus. A cow is often associated with Lord Krishna who was a cowherd in Vrindavan during his childhood. He used to play with his friends. Even today a visit to Vrindavan reveals how much respect a cow draws from the locals who are staunch devotees of Krishna. They also worship the cow with deep respect.

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Here the cow is treated exceptionally well as the artist touches every part of the cow in a most minute detail and a deep sense of refinement and gracefulness marks the brass figure. Its horns, legs, tail, ears --- every part is minutely sculpted out of brass. Cows are held in deep respect by the Hindus and it is considered a mother. A cow is worshipped in many parts of the country. In many places there are temples dedicated to cows where cows are fed and worshipped by the Hindus. A cow is often associated with Lord Krishna who was a cowherd in Vrindavan during his childhood. He used to play with his friends. Even today a visit to Vrindavan reveals how much respect a cow draws from the locals who are staunch devotees of Krishna. They also worship the cow with deep respect.

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