Goshala – Place for cows
Scriptures say worshipping the cow is equivalent to worshipping 33 crores of Gods. As fire purifies by burning and water purifies by cleansing, so are the Indian cow, the singular species gifted with the frequencies that ensemble all the natural powers of the deities and the universe. The cow passes on all these frequencies to its by-products like dung, urine, and its milk. This sattvic cow’s by-products like milk, dung or urine inherit all the good frequencies. The Gomutra or the cow’s urine, by itself, holds 5% power to attract the deities.
Cow Milk, Urine and dung are used in worship, haven, and medicinal purposes. Milk is also used in cooking to feed the school children and also used for cooking in the Annapoorna Sala. In the story of Raghvamsa Kavyam, the emperor Dileep, to cure his illness, was asked to live in the vicinity of a cow by going wherever the cow goes, drink the cow’s milk and rest only when the cow rests, for six months. By doing so, he was cured. Cows are very powerful animals and hence, cows are considered holy.
Ashrama Goshala is currently with 100 cows and calves. Cows are fed with grass and cow feeder.
People interested in helping “Feed a Cow” or participate in the Cow Pooja may approach Swamiji on firstname.lastname@example.org