Sahiwal Cow

Sahiwal is a breed of Zebu cattle which primarily is used in dairy production. Sahiwal originated from the Sahiwal district of Punjab province in Pakistan. They produce the most milk of all zebu breeds, followed by the very similar Red Sindhi and Butana breeds ​

It is known for its distinct appearance, weight and height that makes it different from the Jersey, Brown Swiss, Holstein, Belgian Blue, HF etc. Noted for its milk producing qualities, the Gir cow is resistant to tropical diseases and hot temperatures. ​

There is a prominent hump in all Vedic Cows and this hump has a specific vein called Surya Ketu Nadi which is absent in non Vedic ones. This nadi (vein) absorbs all the energies and radiations from sun, moon and all constellations from universe and puts them in cow products like milk, urine, dung, ghee (clarified butter) etc. In cow products of non Vedic species this divine effect of Surya Ketu Nadi is absent. ​

Surya ketu Vein, on interaction with solar rays produces gold salts in her blood. These salts are present in the cow’s milk and cow’s other bodily fluids. Just Because of that the Vedic cow’s milk, butter and ghee has golden hue. Ancient scripture state that “Suryaketu” nerve on cow’s back absorbs harmful radiations and cleanses atmosphere.
A recent research shows the traces of gold in Gir cow urine ​

Surya Ketu Vein of Vedic Cow, enriches her milk with:
+ 6 Types of Vitamins
+ 8 Types of protein
+ 25 Types of Minerals
+ 21 Types of Amino Acids
+ 4 Types of Basic Phosphorus
+ 2 Types of Glucose

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