Gomata is one of the mysterious animals in the world. The lot of science yet to retrieve. Many scientists around the world try to find out science behind desi cow. The species called zebu cattle, scientific name is Bos Taurus Indicus.  Zebu are characterised by a fatty hump on their shoulders, a large dewlap (flap), and sometimes drooping ears. They are well adapted to withstanding high temperatures, and are farmed throughout the tropical countries.

As per research desi cow has four different stomach and whatever the food is eaten by cow is processed at four levels before it becomes milk.

First level where food is processed it gets converted into the form of fluid and deposited in the stomach called Rumen.

As per scientific research nearly 30,000 genes which produced enzymes are found in cow. Till todays research it has been found that out of all living species in this world cow is the only one to have maximum number of genes which are responsible for producing enzymes to digest the food.

These enzymes are so powerful, that simple biomass can be converted into dissolved sugar which can be easily digested by new born baby and can survive happily.

30,000 genes produce different types of enzymes which converts simple grass into most powerful sugar which highly beneficial for body. This tell that there is lot of knowledge in holy mother cow’s liver.

Besides mother cow’s science its biological waste which is nothing but Gomutra (cow urine) and gomaye (cow dung) has its own science. The lot of research is going on and many patents have taken worldwide.


Mother cow’s urine itself used as a medicine from Ayurvedic period. The science of gomutra is 95% water, 2.5% urea, and the remaiming 2.5% is mixture of minerals, salts, hormones and enzymes. Cow urine astringent, bitter, pungent, sharp, corrosive and alkaline.

Cow urine consists of Phosphate, Potash, Nitrogen, Uric acid, Sodium Chloride, Calcium, Phosphorus, Lactose, vitamins A B C D E, enzymes and Creatinine & gold acid.

Gomutra is best as compare to urine of other animals. Gomutra is panchak (aids in digestion) stimulates digestive fire and destroy skin diseases.

Distilled gomutra called gomutra ark is an antibiotic, antifungal, antimicrobial effect which is best remedy for many diseases and this ark has globally patented.


Cow dung (gomaye)

Gomaye is bitter in nature and beneficial in many treatments like respiratory, pimple, joint pain, neck pain etc. Apart from various medical preparation gomaye is useful for purifying environment. From ancient times gomaye is used in homes for application on the floor. Which is act as a heat insulator. It absorbed the ultra violet rays. Hence we protected from the UV rays.

Most of villagers in India spray fresh cow dung mixed with water in front of the houses to repel insects. 

Cow dung may also be collected and used to produce biogas to generate electricity and heat. The gas is rich in methane and is used in rural areas to provide a renewable and stable source of electricity.

It is often used as manure (agricultural fertilizer). Cow dung provides food for a wide range of animal and fungus species, which break it down and recycle it into the food chain and into the soil.

Gau Spiritual perspective

Holy cow origin: Millions of Indian revere and worship cow. Hinduism is a religion that raise the status of mother to the level of goddess. Therefore cow is considered a sacred animal. As per Vedas Kamadhenu, the miraculous “cow of plenty” and the “mother of cows” in certain versions of the Hindu mythology, is believed to represent the generic sacred cow, regarded as the source of all prosperity. The five celestial cows named Nanda, Subhadra, Sushila, Surabhi and Bahula were obtained while churning of ocean. The cow symbol of the divine bounty of earth.

Lord Krishna: One of the most well-known of the Hindu deities. He grew up as a cow herder. Krishna is also goes by the names Govinda and Gopala, which mean friend and protector of cows.

Lord Shiva’s trusted vehicle is Nandi the scared bull.

   In such a spiritual land as India, one can find religious ceremonies taking place at any time and any place. Spiritual “yagnas” are fire ceremonies that performed to thank the Gods and receive their blessings. Cows even play a central role in these fire yagnas or Agnihotras. Scientific research has found that the ritual of burning cow dung and ghee as fuel for these sacred fires, actually purifies the air, and has anti-pollutant and anti-radiation qualities in the environment.

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