To increase soil, water and air quality, number of cows has to be increased’

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To increase soil, water and air quality, number of cows has to be increased’

Thursday, 23 June 2022 | PNS | Ranchi

‘In order to make Jharkhand greener, improve the quality of soil, water and air, and increase the water level in the plateau region, the number of cows will have to be increased. Three hundred years ago there were 360 species of cow in India, but now hardly a hundred have survived. Planned efforts will have to be made for their conservation, otherwise, in the coming time, the existence of flora and fauna will be threatened.

The above views were expressed by Guru Chancellor of Panchagavya Vidyapeetham, Kancheepuram, Tamil Nadu, Dr Niranjan Bhai Varma. He was addressing the third Panchagavya conference as a keynote speaker at the Veterinary College Auditorium under the joint aegis of Birsa Agricultural University, Panchgavya Vidyapeetham and Jharkhand Panchgavya Doctors Association on Wednesday. He said that there is a loss of quantity and quality due to processing of any food item, be it metal or liquid, according to the rules of engineering, but by processing cow urine, cow urine and Ksheer (milk) its quality progressively. keeps increasing. The more cows there are on the earth, the more will be the purification of soil, water, air, fire and sky. The native cow absorbs all the energy of the sun's rays through its Suryaketu nadi and makes gold alkara, which is available to us through its milk and cow urine. Cow does not eat any such plant which is injurious to the human body. Cow dung has the ability to raise the water level against the law of gravity. New laboratories will have to be established to assess the properties of Panchagavya.

Dr Verma threw detailed light on subjects like cow science, medicine, organic farming, environment, self-employment, treatment of incurable diseases and others.

Retired Secretary to the Government of India, Dr Kamal Taori gave his online presentation on India's rich indigenous knowledge. The new book Marketing the Unmarketed Jharkhand by Dr Taori, who wrote the famous book titled Marketing the Unmarketed India, is also coming soon.

The program was conducted by Dr Nandani Kumari of Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics. More than 100 Panchagavya doctors from Jharkhand, Bihar, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Orissa and Tamil Nadu are participating in the conference. The conference will also continue on Thursday.

Nadi test based Panchagavya medical consultation was provided to the visitors by the doctors. There was also a program of Panchmahabhoot Sadhana and Go Vandana. In the Panchagavya system of medicine, milk, cow dung, urine, curd and ghee obtained from indigenous cows and their mixture and herbal medicine, it is advised to control and control diseases and stay close to nature. Panchagavya Vidyapeetham, Kancheepuram offers one year Diploma and two year Master Diploma courses in Panchagavya Medicine.

BAU -1: Guru Chancellor of Panchagavya Vidyapeetham, Kancheepuram, Tamil Nadu, Dr Niranjan Bhai Varma addresses during a conference at BAU on Wednesday. PNS

 

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