Kamdeva in Hindu mythology, is the divine cow that can fulfil all desires, produced while the Amrita was in process of preparation, by turning the mountain Mandar into the sea of milk. She was presented by Indra to the Brahmin Jamadagai, who was therefore supernatural, wealthy, and honored everywhere. An evil-minded king, Shawkawser, ruler of Ayadhya, came, to him with his whole train of followers, and entertainment was given with the aid of the cow. Then he demanded the cow, which was refused, whereupon the evil king made war on the Brahmin; but the cow slew all his army, and ascended again to heaven. The king sought revenge by killing the wise Brahmin; thereupon the cow hurried to the son of the murdered Brahmin, Parasu Rama, and called him to avenge the death of his father; the cow so assisted him that the evil king was slain.

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