Cow Care

त्वं माता सर्व देवानां त्वं च यज्ञस्य कारणम् । त्वं तीर्थ सर्वतीर्थानां नमस्तेस्तु सदानधे ।
According to the Skanda Purana, even showing respect to cows can help eradicate our sinful acts.

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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.

Should Such Be The End Of Cows Which Have Fed Us Milk All Throughout Their Life And Is Called As ‘Mother’?

Donation received is used in the following ways:

Care: Daily cow care, medical care, once a month routine check-up, emergency care

Food: Green grass, dry grass, jaggery, grains (wheat, rice, corn, barley, bajra, jowar, gram), chana churi, mung daal churi, toor daal churi, urad daal churi, desi cottonseeds, haldi, taramira seeds, ajwain, coconut cake, groundnut cake (desi), sesame cake, yellow mustard cake, sprout chana

Additional nutrition: Herbs such as satavari, amla, harde, giloy, ashwagandha, brahmi, shankh pushpin, gokharu, mishri, white muesli, mulethi, aloe vera, baldana, bhumi amla, tulsi leaves

Equipment & facilities: Grass shredding machines, transportation vehicles, jumbo fans, clean, hygienic indoor & outdoor sheds, gutters for proper cleanliness, 24 hours clean water connection, large grazing field, lush green trees for cool breeze

Whoever feeds the cow with grass and water every day derives the benefit equivalent to performing Ashwamedha Yajna. There is no doubt about this. (Brhat Parasara Smriti 5.26-27.)