Maa Kamdhenu Goshala

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Maa Kamdhenu Goshala




We care for the stray, ill-nourished and helpless cows by providing them food, shelter and medical facilities. Goseva means serving the cows. Bhagavat Geeta describes how Lord Krishna cared for the cows and calves every morning, by taking them to graze on the Govardhana Hill. We should also try to serve the cows with similar attitude - by providing means for their food, shelter and medication. Our mission is to care for stray, abandoned cows, bulls, retired oxen, and orphaned calves. We provide them hay, flour, fresh grass, clean water, medical attention and a place where they can recuperate from injuries and stay peacefully. But there are thousands of cattle requiring attention and unless protected, they are destined to subsist on refuse and become plagued by various debilitating and often terminal diseases, suffer injury from careless motorists, or worse, be abducted and transported in very inhumane ways to the growing number of modern slaughterhouses

As far as the water arrangement is concerned, Goshala to provide each shed a Separate water tank and one pond. Goshala will its own Gobar Gas plant. The insecticides and medicine are Prepared in large amount from the Gobar and Gau Mutra.

This Goshala has to produces vermin compost in largest amount , Goshala organizes training camps and awareness camps about vermin compost. In the presence of Goshala Patron, we try our best to aware people about how to stop killing of cows for general Purposes.

Regarding this work we face certain problems because of absence of special identity cards provided by You. This awareness program cannot be completed successfully without these identity cards. We, therefore humbly Request you to provide us the special identity cards for each member of Goshala so that we could continue our Awareness program successfully. Since the problems in properly looking after these stray cows are manifold and of complex nature, the resources of “MAA KAMDHENU GOSHALA”are appear very limited. To sustain such activities of Animal Welfare, it is possible only with the financial help / assistance in the form of Donations, Contributions & Grant-in-Aid from well-meaning Individuals and organizations. We would like to seek your kind cooperation and help in furtherance of this noble Cause of providing adequate care and medical help to the stray cows. We would like to enlist your valuable support And cooperation in our resolve to care of these animals by meeting their daily requirements..

CATTLE FEED:- Cows are Regularly Feed on Green Fooder, Dry Fooder, Eatable Material, salt ETC. The Cow Feed is Prepared According to the Doctor's advice GREEN FOODER:- Regularly Green Fooder to purchased for the cows; we have to cultivate green grass at our own area of Land.

WATER:- Cows are Provided with from water Through pipe line under the shed. The Electricity Facility is provided in each and Every Shed.

BREED IMPROVEMENT:- A Good Breed of Bulls are Prepared in the Gaushala. Treatment of 16 Useless Cows Maintained By good Doctor's

HYGIENE:- Sheds are Cleaned With water regularly. Every week Sheds will Cleaned With Phenol. The Water Tanks Are Painted Regularly For Drinking.

HEALTH CARE FACILITY:- The Gaushala has its Own Dispensary with Own Doctor's and own Govt. Compounder. in Emergency cases small operation are also being performed

COW WASTE:- Regularly cow waste is collected and used for sale to people which is use in field Planning 1) Treatment of ill Cows. 2) To construct more shed for accommodating cows. 3) To take help of local people for better facilities running of Gaushala. 4A HEALTHY COW WAS ONCE THE SYMBOL OF INDIAN CULTURE, BUT TODAY A COW SHOWING MERE BONES AND WE PITY ON THEM IS THE VIEW WE SEE.


Dairying is an important source of subsidiary income to small/marginal farmers and agricultural labourers. The manure from animals provides a good source of organic matter for improving soil fertility and crop yields. The Gober Gas from the dung is used as fuel for domestic purposes as also for running engines for drawing water from well. The surplus fodder and agricultural by-products are gainfully utilized for feeding the animals. Almost all draught power for farm operations and transportation is supplied by bullocks. Since agriculture is mostly seasonal, there is a possibility of finding employment throughout the year for many persons through dairy farming. Thus, dairy also provides employment throughout the year

Cost of construction of Cow-Shed-

(25 Sheds x 1000 sq ft. = 25000 sq ft. X 300/- sq. ft.)=7500000 (Indian rupees)

US Dollars 100000$ approximate.

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Maa Kamdhenu Goshala
Maa Kamdhenu Goshala
Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India
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