The Amrit Mahal is a breed of cattle that originated in the KarnATAKA state of India. They are known for their hardiness and resistance to disease, as well as their ability to thrive in arid and semi-arid regions. They are medium to large animals, with a distinctive black color and long horns. They are known for their high milk production and good milk quality, with high butterfat and protein content. They are also used for draught purposes and as a source of meat. They are known for their hardiness and adaptability to different environments and are well suited to survive in hot and dry regions, which makes them well suited for the tropical climates of India. They are considered as a rare and endangered breed, conservation efforts are being made to preserve the breed.