Divine Service to GauDham
Our holy Hinduism would be cared, fostered and looked after with utmost care. Owing with the word, as its a Sanksrit term, ‘go’ means cow and ‘shala’ signifies shelter. Every animal has feelings, emotions and a lot to convey but cannot due to linguistic difference, especially cows, as they’re not just domestic animals but are considered in a very useful category as well, due to the products they provide. Thus, its a mutual human responsibilty to depict the same love to them.
What we do in Goshala
Goshala is a protective shelter for cattle in India. In a goshala, cattle are respected, venerated and treated with dignity. The goshala protects those cows/calves which would have been mercilessly killed otherwise. he sheltering of old, abandoned, unproductive, infertile and infirm cows in shelters, referred to as “Gaushalas” is a traditional practice in India. Though Gaushala has diverse purposes, its main aim is to provide shelter to stray cattle, improve the health of infirm, unproductive, diseased and abandoned
Why Do Godaan
WE SHELTER & FEED 18000+ INJURED, ABANDONED, STRAY COWS
FEED OVER 30 LAKH KG OF FODDER EVERY MONTH
WE TAKE CARE OF HEALTH AND WELL BEING OF OUR COWS & CALF
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Once a cow grows old and stop giving milk, their owner disowns them because they are of no use to them. Thousands of such innocent cows are left on the street without a home. Many of these are just aged, injured, or abandoned. Some of these cows fall prey in the hands of butchers. Others are deeply starved and move from one place to another in search of food bearing the brunt of weather. These cows are insulted, canned and even pelted with stones. Some of these even meet with fatal accidents, others groan in pain due to severe injuries waiting for medical attention. The life of these cows become miserable.