The cow is considered as a holy animal in India and Nepal.
People here worship the cow and this animal holds a special place in the hearts of people.
In Feng Shui, the wish-fulfilling cow is symbolic of good descendants' luck.
Very few people actually know the true significance of the cow.
In fact, Hinduism teaches us that the cow has the power to transform our wishes into reality if we treat it with kindness, and also if we do not eat beef (cow's meat).
In an office, to enhance good fortune you can display the cow sitting on a bed of coins and ingots anywhere on your desk.
At home you can display the wish-granting cow in the South East sector of your house.
This can be very lucky since South East is the general sector which is associated with wealth.
You can even hang a painting of a cow in the South East sector to energise wealth luck.
As the name suggests the wish-granting cow is symbolic of a person's wishes being fulfilled. It should only be used by people who do not consume beef (cow's meat).