Why do Hindus worship the cow?Add Answer
The cow is venerated as Kāmadhenu, the heavenly, wish-satisfying cow, as the cow addresses the giving idea of life to each Hindu. Every one of the five things we get from the cow (milk, dahee, ghee, cow excrement and *****) is exceptionally hallowed to us, as we utilize these in some type of love. Likewise, every appendage of the cow is a seat for all the various parts of God. It is likewise said that Dharti/Prithvi Mata, the Mother of the Earth, appeared as a cow to ask Lord Vishnu for help, as she was experiencing the heaviness of sins being submitted.
यदीच्छसि वशीकर्तुं जगदेकेन कर्मणा।
परापवादससेभ्यो गां चरन्तीं निवारय॥
Rishi Chanakya says, "On the off chance that you wish to cause the world to do your offering by doing one activity, at that point pursue off the cow (the tongue) nibbling in the field of grains (of accusing and reviling others)."