At first glance they appear to be tiny Brahmans, but they're actually very different in their conformation. They are a robust, stylish, dual purpose animal, active, vigorous and very curious showing breed character and vitality, well proportioned and muscled. Bulls are masculine and cows feminine. These cattle are regarded to be placid, docile and easy to handle, probable due to their centuries of domestication in India
These diminutive cattle are properly proportioned for their size. The mature Nadudana should not exceed 107cm as measured across the back behind the hump.
The cattle are also virtually disease free, as well as being resistant to Ticks and Bloat.
They are long-lived; 18 to 20 years is the average age.