Kamdhenu, the sacred cow deity is considered to grant all wishes and desires. It is believed that she emerged from Samudramanthan (the churning of the ocean) and taken by seven gods, who compose the constellation of the Great Bear in the sky. She is also called Surabhi, Shaval, Aditi and Kamduh. The worshipper of Kamdhenu Shaligram is blessed with all wordly comforts, immense wealth and all the desires and wishes of the devotee are fulfilled. The Shila has a shape like a cow and has several impressions like Sudarshan, Krishna and Radha. This Shila is rare because of presence of Kalp Vriksha on the back side which too fulfills the wishes and desires of the devotee. So the presence of Kamdhenu and Kalp Vriksha in the same Shila makes the Shila extremely powerful. The worshipper gets wife or the husband of his or her choice, good sons and daughters and he leads a life of immense satisfaction, dignity and commands high fame and name in the society. This Shila is very exotic, powerful, extremely attractive, brilliant, auspicious, emits very high radiance and has an extra ordinarily high energy levels. The Shila looks like a wish fulfilling cow in sitting posture. The exact back side of the cow has white markings which represents the presence of Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna remains always happy with cow and if it is Surabhi cow then the worshipper is blessed immensely and he lives life like a king, rules life like an emperor and does tremendous austerities and philanthropic activities. He attains enlightenment and finds a place in the heaven. The Shila is extremely smooth, perfectly shaped, lustrous, small sized, cold to touch, has flawless to touch and impeccable impressions.