Cow is considered sacred in Hinduism. It is said that the biggest sufferings are cut off only by worshiping Gaumata because 33 crore of deities are believed to reside in the cow. All the Gods and Goddesses are pleased by serving the cow, as well as the family is blessed with happiness, prosperity and good health. If there are many problems in your life too, then donate food to the cow, serve it, the family will be happy and prosperous.
Gaumata is also considered as the form of Lakshmi, that is why having a cow in homes, serving her is considered a symbol of prosperity, such a house is always happy and protected from sudden calamities.
By serving the mother cow, the family lives under the blessings of the cow, and being like a mother, it leads to economic-social progress and happiness in the family. Generally, this rule is followed even today in homes, but many people make such a big mistake in it, that they get the opposite results, the result is that instead of prosperity, the family faces severe sorrow, calamity and poverty. have to do.
Often people keep the first roti for the cow, but are unable to feed it on time, sometimes they feed this roti on the second or third day, sometimes they feed the leftover roti as well, this thing can harm you.
The idea of pleasing the gods is strong by feeding the first bread to a Holy cow. Elderly women have been offering food to 33 crore deities by dedicating the first roti of the house and a part of the food to the cow. In Vedic Sanatan Dharma, there is also a mention of getting relief in Pitradosh by feeding bread to the cow.
We feed these thousands of Gaumata and Gauvansh two times a day with a mixture of dry fodder, green fodder, Grains, mustard cake, Gud/Jaggery etc in our Shree Krishnayan Desi Gaurakshashala. As on date 18000+ stray/ destitute Desi Indian Cows / bulls and her progenies are being sheltered in our Gaurakshashalas which are being brought by the Police, Government, NGOs, Farmers or various other machineries. Most of these are accidental or saved/rescued from various locations. We give these gauvansh a happy second life. We shelter, feed and take care of them completely. We have in house medical facility for them.
Shree Krishnayan Desi Gauraksha Evam Gaulok Dham Sewa Samiti’ is one of the largest Gaurakshashala of Desi cows in India. We protect, feed & shelter ailing, starving, destitute and stray Desi Cows & Bulls, the majority of which are abandoned by their owners or saved from butchers. All of you are requested to join the noble cause of Gausewa by giving financial support as much as possible and help the cow mother to get her lost honor and rights.