How to Serve Cows
(Go Seva)

According to Vedic civilization, cow protection is a very important duty of the human society. Everyone can support cow protection by visiting Goshala, donating for the maintenance of the cows, buying Gomata products or following Goshala on social media

HOW CAN I SERVE?

Everyone of us can contribute to it in whatever way is possible for us. It is wonderful if you can visit the Goshala and serve the cows directly or donate for their maintenance but you can also serve the cows simply by following the news of the Goshala, learning more about the cows and sharing that knowledge with others.

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How much pious credit we get by visiting holy places, offering food for brahmanas, fasting, chanting of mantras by doing many yajnas that much pious credit we can get simply by offering a blade of grass to a cow. – Mahabharata

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The bull helps in the agricultural process of producing grain, etc., and thus in one sense the bull is the father of humankind, whereas the cow is the mother, for she supplies milk to human society. A civilized man is therefore expected to give all protection to the bulls and cows. SB 3.5.7, Purport

COW PROTECTION
OUR ETERNAL DHARMA

Human civilization means to advance the cause of brahminical culture, and to maintain it, cow protection is essential. There is a miracle in milk, for it contains all the necessary vitamins to sustain human physiological conditions for higher achievements. Brahminical culture can advance only when man is educated to develop the quality of goodness, and for this there is a prime necessity of food prepared with milk, fruits and grains.

Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam – 1.16.4 purport

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