Murrah Buffalo is a breed of domestic water buffalo, which is primarily used for milk production. It is named after the village Murrah in the Haryana state of India, where it was first developed through selective breeding. Murrah buffaloes are known for their high milk yield, and their milk is rich in fat and protein. They are large and heavy animals, with black coats and white markings on their face and legs. Murrah buffaloes are known for their docile temperament, easy adaptability to different climates, and resistance to various diseases.