Kamadhenu is a mystical cow believed to be the mother of all cows and a symbol of abundance and wish-fulfilment that emerged during the churning of the cosmic ocean (Samudra Manthan).

Kamadhenu is not just a divine cow; she is often described as a miraculous cow containing all deities within her. Each part of Kamadhenu’s body is believed to be inhabited by various gods and goddesses.

Provider of All Desires

Kamadhenu is known as the “cow of plenty” and is often sought after for her ability to fulfill wishes. In many stories, she is depicted as granting wealth, power, and other boons to her devotees. Beyond spiritual wealth, Kamadhenu is also seen as an embodiment of material prosperity and the earth’s bounty.

Kamadhenu is believed to grant whatever her devotee desires, much like Goddess Lakshmi who is invoked on Fridays for blessings of prosperity and well-being.

Kamadhenu and Pushya Nakshatra

Kamadhenu has a connection with Pushya Nakshatra, one of the most auspicious lunar mansions in Vedic astrology. Pushya Nakshatra, symbolized by the cow’s udder, represents nourishment, care, and abundance, qualities that are deeply resonant with the essence of Kamadhenu the divine cow.

Powerful Remedy for Wealth, Prosperity and Abundance

Acquiring a Kamadhenu for your home, or honoring the one you already possess, becomes especially auspicious on days when the Moon transit through Pushya Nakshatra. This straightforward yet profound ritual is a means of inviting wealth and plentifulness into your home and existence.

Upcoming Pushya Nakshatra Days

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Chennai, India
25 Jan, 2024 – 26 Jan, 2024
21 Feb, 2024 – 22 Feb, 2024
19 Mar, 2024 – 20 Mar, 2024
16 Apr, 2024 – 17 Apr, 2024
13 May, 2024 – 14 May, 2024
9 Jun, 2024 – 10 Jun, 2024