Soft toys and children share an adorable bond. They become playmates and play a vital role in shaping a child’s moral and ethical compass. Children often get attached to their toys and prefer travelling the world with them.
Kamdhenu Plush Dolls are perfect for open-ended play for your little ones. Let's cuddle and snuggle with our kids, engage them in a storytelling session about Lord Krishna, Kamadhenu, Mahabharata, introduce them to Indian mythology in a fun and learning manner with the dolls.
Kamadhenu also known as Surabhi, is a divine bovine goddess described in Hinduism as the mother of all cows. She is a miraculous cow of plenty who provides her owner whatever he desires and is often portrayed as the mother of other cattle.
She is regarded as the source of all prosperity in Hinduism. Kamadhenu is regarded as a form of Devi (the Hindu Divine Mother) and is closely related to the fertile Mother Earth (Prithvi), who is often described as a cow in Sanskrit. The sacred cow denotes "purity and non-erotic fertility, sacrificing and motherly nature, [and] sustenance of human life". All the gods are believed to reside in the body of Kamadhenu —the generic cow. Her four legs are the scriptural Vedas; her horns are the triune gods Brahma (tip), Vishnu (middle) and Shiva (base); her eyes are the sun and moon gods, her shoulders the fire-god Agni and the wind god Vayu and her legs the Himalayas.
The Mahabharata records that Kamadhenu-Surabhi rose from the churning of the cosmic ocean (Samudra Manthana ) by the gods and demons to acquire Amrita (ambrosia, elixir of life).
The Devi Bhagvata Purana narrates that Krishna and his lover Radha were enjoying dalliance when they thirsted for milk. So, Krishna created a cow called Surabhi and a calf called Manoratha from the left side of his body and milked the cow. When drinking the milk, the milk pot fell on the ground and broke, spilling the milk, which became the Kshirasagara, the cosmic milk ocean. Numerous cows then emerged from the pores of Surabhi's skin and were presented to the cowherd companions (Gopas) of Krishna by him. Then Krishna worshipped Surabhi and decreed that she—a cow, the giver of milk and prosperity—be worshipped at Diwali
According to Hindu scriptures, Kamadhenu can fulfil all your wishes. Therefore, Vastu Shastra envisages keeping a Kamadhenu idol at home to bring wealth, peace and happiness. Worshipping a Vastu Kamdhenu cow and calf statue benefits infertile females trying to conceive. As per the principles of Vastu Shastra, the North-East direction or the Ishan Kon of the house is the most appropriate place to position a statue of the cow and calf statue.
The dolls are made of high-quality materials (Lycra cloth and poly cotton) and are washable and non-toxic. These soft toys ensure safety and durability