In Hinduism, cows are thought to be sacred and are deeply respected. Kamadhenu, the miraculous "cow of plenty" is seen as a maternal figure, therefore, a care taker of her people who sustains them with the provision of milk signifying the divine bounty of Earth. In the vedas, the oldest of the Hindu scriptures, the cow is associated with Aditi, the mother of all the Gods. It is honored as “the nourisher,” the “ever-giving and undemanding provider.”
This chest reveals the mystic yet incredible engravings of the respected cows and their dancing herder tinted in the hues of green and brown, imprinted upon the wooden chest unfolding an amazing, artistic secret. Serving not only as an impressioned casket but a spacious storage area for your valuables, disguised as an ornament.
Millions of Hindus revere and worship cows. Hinduism is a religion that raises the status of Mother to the level of Goddess. Therefore, the cow is considered a sacred animal due to its motherly attributes. According to their culture, it is considered a sin to kill a cow and eat its meat in regard to its reverence in their ancient culture, showing them as non-violent beings on the face of the Earth.
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Color on Wood24 inch Height x 20 inch Width x 14 inch Depth
Item Code: ZDB39
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