Lord Shri Krishna Idol with Cow | Golden Brass Idol

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In Hinduism, Lord Krishna is often depicted in association with cows, and he is sometimes referred to as “Govinda” or “Gopala,” which means the protector or herder of cows. Cows are considered sacred in Hinduism, and Krishna’s affinity for cows is symbolic of his role as a compassionate and loving deity who cares for all living beings. Here are some potential benefits or significance associated with having a brass statue of Shri Krishna with a cow:

  • Spritual Connection
  • Symbol of Compassing
  • Prosperity and Abundance
  • Protection
  • Remembrance of Krishna’s Things
  • Decorative Element
  • Cultural Significance
Lord Shri Krishna Idol with Cow | Golden Brass Idol