he description of cow being the abode of all Gods and the medium of achieving Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha is found in many ancient Indian texts. Ayurveda has given utmost importance to cow’s milk, curd, ghee, urine and dung at various places. These substances are called Gavya in Ayurveda. When the five are considered together, they are called Panchgavya.he description of cow being the abode of all Gods and the medium of achieving Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha is found in many ancient Indian texts. Ayurveda has given utmost importance to cow’s milk, curd, ghee, urine and dung at various places. These substances are called Gavya in Ayurveda. When the five are considered together, they are called Panchgavya.

 

Gavyam pavitram ca rasayanam ca pathyam ca hrdyam balam buddhi syata

Aayuh pradam rakt vikar hari tridosh hridrog vishapaham syata

गव्यंपवित्रम्रसायनम्पथ्यम्ह्रदयंबलंबुद्धिस्यत

आयुःप्रदम्रक्तविकारहरित्रिदोशहृद्रोगविशपाहंस्यत