Donations for Kamadugha and Gouswarga are tax-deductible under Section 80G for Indian Tax Payers.

Nandhi Bandhu

Adopting a bull for an year.

Seva Amount
50000

Savatsa Bandhu

Adopting a cow along with its calf for an year.

Seva Amount
30000

Dhenu Bandhu

Adopting a cow for an year.

Seva Amount
20000

Vatsa Bandhu

Adopting a calf for an year.

Seva Amount
10000

Gou is companion of human being for thousands of years now. For the same reason, we believe that a house is not complete without Gou Mata. Both science and religion agree on one point – that Gou’s milk is essential for humans. Traditionally, we have all grown up with Gou.

In the changed circumstances of today’s social set up, co-existence with Gou is a tough task. Villagers are increasingly made to believe, albeit wrongly, that maintenance of Gou is not profitable. In the cow-sheds of villages where tens of Gous used to be reared, today there will be one Gou, if any, and rest of the space will be occupied by a stock room or the like. Gou is a strict no-no in the concrete jungle of the urban living. Many have established cow-catchers in their gates so that Gou doesn’t even roam near their dwelling places! We have left Gous insecure on the streets. Gou is systematically decimated from the face of Bharat through uncontrolled trafficking.

Amidst all this negativity, there is a whiff of fresh air in the form of activities aimed at Gouraksha by HH Srimajjagadguru Shankaracharya Sri Sri Raghaveshwara Bharati Mahaswamiji. For Sri RamachandrapuraMatha, GouRaksha started with Kamadugha project. It is a revolutionary project which inspired GouPrem in the minds of general public. Kamadugha aims to protect, preserve and propagate the knowledge about desi breeds of Gous. Many socially driven activities form part of this mega project. One of them is “Gou-Bandhu”!

Gou-Bandhu Yojana

In todays world, owing to changed circumstances many of us find it difficult to rear Gous in the vicinity of our homes. But what if there is a chance to rear our own Gou Matha – under our own guardianship – fed with our love and care – with regular contacts with her? What if your Gou Mata grows in comfortable surroundings in a well maintained Gou Shala?

Yes, there is an opportunity! That is called “Gou-Bandhu”. You can adapt a Gou Mata and can connect emotionally with her through this system.

The well equipped GouShala of Sri matha rears the Gou Mata adapted by you. It looks after the daily well-being of your Gou Mata with utmost care. That will be your Gou bred in the premises of GouShala of SriMatha. You can visit her at your leisure; your kids can play with her, celebrate the birthday of your Gou Mata or celebrate your birthday in her presence. Your pictures with your own Gou Mata can keep the experience fresh in memory!

Vatsa-Bandhu

Here you adapt a calf. Make the little one your family and do that a service of supporting the life of a Gou while supporting your own family. You can participate in the rearing and playful tantrums of the young one! Pamper her like little Krishna used to do!

Dhenu-Bandhu

This is an opportunity to adapt a well grown Gou Mata. The Gou Mata may open the door of your fortune. She might become ‘bhagyalakshmi’ of your homes!

Savatsa Gou-Bandhu

As the name suggests, this is where you can adapt a Gou Mata with its calf. She can be used for GouPuja on special occasions and indirectly you will be part of nitya GouPuja!

Nandi-Bandhu

Under Nandi-Bandhu, you can adapt a grown up and well-built Nandi (Bull). These are very attractive are bulls which are used in religious ceremonies, yatras, breed preservation etc.

You can also donate a fixed sum annually to Gou Shala to adapt a Gou and emptionally bond with the adapted Gou. Names of those who adapt a Gou will be appropriately recognized.

Feed 1 Cow for 1 Day

Seva Amount
50

Feed 1 Cow for 1 Month

Seva Amount
1500

Feed 1 Cow for 1 Year

Seva Amount
18000

Permanent Goupooja and GouGraasa Seva

Seva Amount
15000

REALISTIC COW PROTECTION – EACH OF US DOING OUR BIT

We are supposed to worship cows and feed them by GOO-GRASA” every day. If not at-least on some festive day we are supposed to worship cows and feed them. But in this age, If we can think of poor cows and try to help them to have peaceful life, that would be more than worship.

Let us all support for cows and try to help those who are trying to protect them. It would be more meaningful if we can support and help the ‘GOUSHAALA TRYING TO PROTECT THE COWS’ from butcher’s hand and protect/develop cows/cow breeds.

It needs a helping hand from each one of you. Taking care of cows is more difficult than taking care of human beings.

please join in GOU-GRASA scheme and show your kindness towards HOLY COW.

GouHundi

Donate as your wishes

At present, we are protecting and conserving 32 Indian breed cows with 12 GouShaala and overall 4000+ Cows.

Gou Hundi (Make it bold) is a unique scheme where a contribution from each of you feed cow with grass and fodder, saving cow from slaughters, maintaining gaushala.

GouPooja

Offering Pooja for Goumatha.

Seva Amount
500

Savatsa Gou Daana

Offering Daana of Goumatha to Shree Matha.

Seva Amount
15000

Gou Pooja: Conducting Goupooja with Sankalpa to Goumatha

A cow Pooja is greater than the worship of all Gods and Goddesses. Because, first of all, you won’t get all Gods and Goddesses at a single place, each of them will have a separate temple. But, here we get all of them at a single place. Not only that, we may not feel the proximity in artificially established temples by us, but here we can feel that proximity in a very natural way. That proximity (of Gods) is present in cow by birth itself. We do not know whether our offering at temples will reach to God or not. Here, we can feed it from our own hands. It gives the Prasadam on its own. Prasadam is in the form of milk, dung and cow urine. Whatever we offer as grass, fodder and water itself is Pooja or Yajna, Prasadam obtained from this Yajna is termed as Amruta. Whatever it gives as Gou Prasadam in the form of milk, cow urine or cow dung, when all these are Amrita, then there is a huge difference between a normal Pooja and this Gou Pooja. Hence, this Pooja is more sacred.

Gou Daana: Among the most important alms mentioned in Hindu Sanatana Dharma, Pranadaana, Annadaana and Godaana hold a significant role. Cow has a significant place in Hindu Dharma and is often worshipped by us since it is believed that all the 3 crore deties mentioned in our sacred texts reside in different parts in the body of a cow. So Cow is regarded as an embodiment of all our deities and offering prayers to cow is nothing but worshipping all our deities.
DAANA or giving of alms has been extolled in the Shruti to be the highest form of merit—“Tasmat daanam paramam vadanti”. And what constitutes the best form of offering? “GODAANA” is renowned in the scriptures to be the best of all gifts, adding merit to both the giver and the receiver.

GouSanjivini

Service Of Securing Cows From Slaughters To Saviours.

Seva Amount
500

GouSanjivini

Service Of Securing Cows From Slaughters To Saviours.

Seva Amount
1000

GouSanjivini

Service Of Securing Cows From Slaughters To Saviours.

Seva Amount
5000

GouSanjivini

Service Of Securing Cows From Slaughters To Saviours.

Seva Amount
10000

A Positive Scheme to buy the cows which are sent to the slaughter houses.

Indian economy is largely dependent on our villages and cows/ cattle are the backbones of rural economy. Many times, villagers have to sell their Desi cows for their immediate financial need or when they stop giving milk, or they sell their bullocks because of huge drought which makes farming for that year non profitable. Finally many of these cattle end up in the slaughterhouses.

These cattle, instead of landing in slaughterhouses should be bought and protected. In this way, saving Indigenous cattle, the wealth of our nation, means to save the culture and tradition of this country as well. Gou Sanjivini project regularly buys cattle from farmers which go into the hands of butchers.