Kalingajja, a common man, used to worship his cow wholeheartedly. On the other hand, his US returned grandson used to think of his cow, as only milk and meat giving domestic animal. This novel narrates the conflicts between the values, emotions and ethics of these contrast people. The novel starts with a song on cow, translated in almost every known language, and seeks through finding the importance of values rooted deeply in Indian culture. Artworks based on this novel in Kannad and ‘Godhuli’ in Hindi have received acknowledgements at National and International levels.