In Hinduism, the cow is a symbol of purity, prosperity, and well-being. The cow has an important place in Hinduism since Vedic times. Gomata (cow) It is said in Ayurveda that cow’s milk, cow urine, dung, ghee, curd, and its products have medicinal properties. It is called Panchagavya. Cow’s milk is great for boosting memory. Insects are less common in a house treated with cow dung.

Sacrificing govara creates a pure and holy atmosphere. The burning of Gowarya and Gavaran ghee produces pure oxygen.



Benefits of  Vermicompost – 
1.  Improves soil texture.
2.  Appropriate changes are made in the composition of soil particles.
3.  Worm burrows provide good cultivation without damaging the roots of the plant.
4.  Increases the water holding capacity of the soil.
5.  Soil erosion is reduced.
6.  Evaporation rate decreases.
7.  Soil level (pH) is maintained at the proper level.
8.  Earthworms bring soil from the lower layer and make it of better quality.
9.  As vermicompost is rich in humus, nitrogen, phosphorus, potash and other micronutrients are abundant in plants are available immediately.
10.  The number of useful bacteria in the soil increases exponentially.
11.  Wet waste management was also
12.  Soil fertility is maintained
13.  This fertilizer helps in keeping the microorganisms in the soil.