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Help our Gaushala from Leopard Attack!
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  • Mithun

    Created by

    Mithun Rao
  • OP

    This fundraiser will benefit

    Om Prakruthi Dhama Trust

    from wish to preserve the Indian Breed of Cattle

80G tax benefits for INR donations


Help us save our divine Indian cows 
Our story:   Our mission to build a Gaushala and protect the sacred cows had very humble beginnings. The 20 acre land allotted to us by the Mangalore District was merely a pile of rocks when we started to build in 2004. Now the green pastures are a sign of hope for three hundred cows and the Nation of India.  However much like the Indian cows are under threat, so is our work at the Gaushala.

Why we urgently need Funds Now - Over the past four weeks, we have been ATTACKED by wild leopards. We have lost 3 calves. First we thought it was some humans who stole our cattle. But last week when a full grown bull was attacked we were shocked.

we are struggling to maintain balance in our day to day activities now. We have to cramp all 280 plus cows and bulls inside our main shed every evening. Unless we do a complete electric fencing around our gaushala we cannot survive the attacks.

The local forests officials have set up a trap inside our gaushala. But so far there is no success.

We need urgent help to build solar electric fencing entire our entire 20 acre property. We have started the work with our limited resources but are struggling to complete it.

Let’s join hands in sheltering and taking care of these wonderful animals and help us to serve the lord by serving the cow. Kindly donate generously to our cause.

Who we are : The Om Prakruthi Dhama Trust is a Charitable Trust established in 2004 by philanthropist Shri B. Devadas Rao, a retired banker now spiritual head of the Shri Shakthi Darshan Yogashram and Hindustan Classical Music teacher of the highest degree. The goal of our trust is to protect the most divine breeds of Indian cows at our Surabhivana Gaushala. What began with half a dozen cows on barren land in 2007 has since developed in 248 cows being taken care of on lush green lands.

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