Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 09:41 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 09:41


vrm.1.52 So be it! "When Vishvamitra said that way then Vashishta, the best one among meditators, and one whose blemishes are laved is gladdened, and started calling his speckled cow, namely Shabala, yclept Kaamadhenu.
vrm.1.52 "Oh, Kaamadhenu, the Divine Cow, the Milker of All Desires, for my sake you shower whatsoever foodstuff is savoured by whosoever according to one s own piquancy from each of the six savour, that too plentifully.
vrm.1.52 So said Sage Vashishta to that Sacred Cow, Kaamadhenu, and Vishvamitra continued his narration.
vrm.1.53 Thus Sage Shataananda continued the legend of Shabala or Kaamadhenu, as a part of the legend of Vishvamitra to Rama and others.
vrm.1.54 "When Sage Vashishta did not yield Kaamadhenu, the milker of any desire, oh, Rama, then Vishvamitra started to seize it.

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