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This article analyses the value of pañcgavya and its role in Hindu culture and religion. "Pañcgavya" is a Sanskrit word which means "the five of the cow", i.e. milk, curd, clarified butter, dung and urine. These five products can be used one by one or combined together in proper ratio. For centuries they have been used in traditional Hindu rituals as prasad (religious offering consumed by the worshippers), as medicaments in Ayurvedic medicine and as fertilizers and pesticides. Nowadays thesedoaj:09bbeec782c2430290cca9f4f53348ba fatcat:mgap7ewuw5ddhaurl55zczess4