It is a common practice in rural India to abandon old cows after they cease to produce milk. Despite providing for the livelihood of their owners for the most part of their lives, these cows are left to starve and die, during their dry period.
It is normal for us to see a cow in a grocery market eating plastic from a heap of garbage.
ordinary for us to see a pair of men hitting a cow as it blocked their way. It is normal for us to see cows getting injured and bleeding to death on the side of the road.
Is this the life that these humble creatures deserve?
However, stray cows kept increasing at an alarming rate.
At these Goshalas in Vrindavan, cows are rescued and rehabilitated and provided with regular medical treatment from veterinary doctors.
Especially in these times of turmoil when no one is able to come and personally donate for them, we at Vrindavan are offering to collect donations on this online portal for the purpose of ensuring the welfare of hundreds of cows that are being cared for in the Vrindavan Goshalas. By thus making good use of one’s money in the service of the cows, one is sure to be blessed with great happiness and prosperity, for in the Cow reside all the demigods and by pleasing her, all are automatically pleased.