Hundreds of cows and bulls walked the ramp over the weekend in the northern Indian city of Rohtak in a unique beauty pageant.
The event was organised by the local government to promote domestic cattle breeds and raise awareness about animal rights.
More than 600 cows and bulls participated in the event and the owner of the winning cow took home the prize money of 250,000 rupees ($NZD5300).
While most cows and bulls were elegant and walked swiftly on the ramp, other had to be prodded to finish the walk.
The bulls were judged on their size, overall looks and the length of their horns. The cows were judged for their looks and their milk-yielding capacity.
Only indigenous breeds were allowed to participate in the contest to make them popular among local farmers.