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Kamadhenu

[ kah-muh-dey-noo ]
/ ˌkɑ məˈdeɪ nu /
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noun Hindu Mythology.
a celestial cow whose milk is life, and one of whose milkings is the visible world.
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Origin of Kamadhenu

<Sanskrit kāmadhenu, equivalent to kāma love + dhenu cow

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How to use Kamadhenu in a sentence

  • I can only think of India's Kamadhenu, and the spinning wheel is that for India.

    The Wheel of Fortune|Mahatma Gandhi
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