- Weight – 2 kgs, Height – 5.2 inches
Kamadhenu Brass Idol with All Gods is also known as the divine bovine goddess described in the Hindu religion as the mother of all cows. This brass kamadhenu is a cow of plenty that provides her owner whatever he wishes for and is often portrayed as the mother of eleven rudras.
This brass statue of kamadhenu with calf is depicted in a way where she is feeding her calf with the intricate carvings of all gods and goddesses over her body as it is believed that all the gods and goddess reside in the body of Kamadhenu at each different part. Each part of the kamdhenu brass statue embodies a particular deity.
Kamadhenu brass idol with all gods is considered as the incarnation of Bhuma Devi or the mother earth that symbolizes a form of the cow in Vedic tradition. This brass kamadhenu statue is also known as a wish-fulfilling cow that gives happiness, wealth, fortune, luck, prosperity to the family as a whole.