Kamdhenu – the daughter of God of creation Brahma, a sacred cow who fulfils all wishes.
Kamdhenu is a divine cow goddess. She is also known as mother of all cattles. Kamdhenu is believed to be emerged during the Samudra manthan – the churning of the ocean of milk by Devas (demi-gods) and Asuras (demons). Kamdhenu was then given to the Saptarishis – the seven sages – for milk and ghee which they could use for holy yagnas. As per epic Mahabharata, Kamdhenu borns from Daksha Prajanpati when he consumed Amrit – the elixir of life. As per another story, Kamdhenu was the daughter of Sage Kashyap – one of the Saptarishis – and Krodhavas, who was the daughter of Brahma. Kamdhenu is believed to fulfil all the desires and wishes.