Go puja (Cow worship) details

The Vedic scripture states that all the demigods and demigoddesses reside in the body of a cow. This explains why the body of a cow is divine and holy. If we worship Mother Cow, we attain the same material benefits we’d get by worshiping the demigods and demi-goddesses individually. The Garuda Purana says that anyone who has even once worshiped Mother Cow will be saved after death from the great suffering of hell (Naraka). Lord Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead Himself, gave more importance to the worship of the cows than to the worship of the king of the demigods, Indra. Therefore in India even today many millions of pious Vedic followers worship Mother Cow at least once a year on Govardhana Puja day.

Cow worship times :

Morning arati :
6 am to 6:30 am

Afternoon sanctified feeding :
12 pm 

Evening arati : 
5 pm to 5:30 pm

Vedic mantra chanting :
6:30 am

Congregation training in cow puja (worship) :
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday : 6 pm to 7 pm

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