Cow Dung Cake


Cow Dung Cake, essential for Hawan ceremonies, holds spiritual significance in Hindu rituals. Symbolizing purity and auspiciousness, it emits a fragrant smoke when burned, purifying the atmosphere and invoking divine blessings. Its traditional use dates back centuries, making it an integral part of sacred ceremonies and spiritual practices.

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Cow Dung Cake holds a revered status in Hindu rituals, particularly in Hawan ceremonies. As an emblem of purity and auspiciousness, it serves as a sacred fuel when burned, emitting fragrant smoke that purifies the environment and invokes divine blessings. With roots tracing back centuries, it remains an integral component of religious ceremonies, symbolizing the divine presence and fostering a spiritual connection with the cosmos, while also honoring the sacred bond between humanity and the cow, revered as a symbol of motherhood and abundance in Hindu tradition.

How to Use

In Hindu poojas, cow dung cakes, called “gomaya,” are used for ritualistic fire, symbolizing purity and prosperity. Place cakes in the fire, igniting them to produce smoke believed to purify the environment. The ashes are considered sacred and are often applied to the forehead or used in rituals for blessings and protection.


Pack Content : 1 pack of 10 No Cake
Size : 7 inches Radius
Item Form : Cake
Number of Cake : 10 N
Burning Time : 30 Minutes
Fragrances : Natural and Rustic.


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