Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA

by ISKCON Prayagraj
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Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
Shelter & Care for 58 cows in INDIA
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We are very delighted to report the successful progress of the ongoing project by ISKCON Varanasi to provide proper shelter and hygienic care to cows at our Goshala.

Cows are an integral part of human society and Vedic culture teaches us to respect cows as our mothers and we are trying to incorporate this principle by giving our best care to our cows.

Thanks to all donors, our cows are eating high-quality cow feed and living in the well-ventilated cowshed and spacious playground, being taken proper care of by 3 employees concerning their hygiene,  food, and cleanliness.

Highlights of last quarter:-

  • We are arranging to grow green grasses on our field suitable to nourish our cows.
  • New Flooring of Goshala has been extended to provide better sanitation and cleanliness to avoid infection in the legs of cows.
  • We have also purchased a total of 50,000 KG of good quality fodder for our cows this quarter.
  • 5 more members have joined the family now in the last quarter.

We are thankful to the GlobalGiving team, our generous donors, and our volunteers for their support in this noble cause to serve our mother cows.

Fodders
Fodders
New floorings
New floorings
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under the shade of trees
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New Flooring in Goshala
New Flooring in Goshala

We are very delighted to report the successful progress of the ongoing project by ISKCON Varanasi to provide proper shelter and hygienic care to cows at our Goshala.

Cows are an integral part of human society and Vedic culture teaches us to respect cows as our mothers and we are trying to incorporate this principle by giving our best care to our cows.

Thanks to all donors, our cows are eating high-quality cow feed and living in the well-ventilated cowshed and spacious playground, being taken proper care of by 3 employees concerning their hygiene,  food, and cleanliness.

Highlights of last quarter:-

  • New Flooring of Goshala has been done to provide better sanitation and cleanliness.
  • The walls of Goshala have been repaired.
  • New Fans are put in Goshala for better ventilation and Air to our cows.
  • We have also extended Tin Shade put last quarters to provide more space for the cows and shelter them from the sun.
  • We have also purchased a total of 50,000 KG of good quality fodder for our cows this quarter.

We are thankful to the GlobalGiving team, our generous donors, and our volunteers for their support in this noble cause to serve our mother cows.

New Fans For Cows
New Fans For Cows
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New Tin Shade
New Tin Shade

We are very delighted to report the successful progress of the ongoing project by ISKCON Prayagraj to provide proper shelter and hygienic care to cows at our Goshala.

Cows are an integral part of human society and Vedic culture teaches us to respect cows as our mothers and we are trying to incorporate this principle by giving our best care to our cow.

Thanks to all donors, our cows are eating high-quality cow feed and living in the well-ventilated cowshed and spacious playground, being taken proper care of by 3 employees with respect to their hygiene,  food, and cleanliness.

Highlights of last quarter:-

  • We have prepared a new Tin Shade to provide more space for the cows and provide them shelter from the sun.
  • We have also purchased a total of 50,000 KG of good quality fodder for our cows this quarter.

We are very thankful to the GlobalGiving team, our generous donors, and our volunteers for their support in this noble cause to serve our mother cows

Children in the family
Children in the family
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We are very delighted to report the successful progress of the ongoing project by ISKCON Prayagraj to provide proper shelter and hygienic care to cows at our Goshala.

Cows are an integral part of human society and Vedic culture teaches us to respect cows as our mothers and we are trying to incorporate this principle by giving our best care to our cow.

Thanks to all donors, our cows  are eating high quality cow feed and living in well ventilated cowshed and spacious playground, taken proper care by 3 employees in respect  to their hygiene,  food and cleanliness.

We are very happy to share that 2 more members have come to our cow family.

We have purchased a total of 50,000 KG of good quality fodder for our cows.

We are also providing warm covers for cows and arranging for proper heating in cowshed during winters.

We are very thankful to the GlobalGiving team, our generous donors, and our volunteers for their support in this noble cause to serve our mother cows

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We are very delighted to report the successful progress of the ongoing project by ISKCON Prayagraj to provide proper shelter and hygienic care to cows at our Goshala.

Cows are an integral part of human society and Vedic culture teaches us to respect cows as our mothers and we are trying to incorporate this principle by giving our best care to our cows.

Due to lack of funds, the cows at our goshala were living in congested space, damaged walls, blocked drainage, and lack of employees to take care of them.

We are very thankful to all of you, because of all of your support, we have purchased a total of 50,000 KG of good quality fodder for our cows. We have also repaired the leaking cowshed. Walls have also been repaired. A good ventilation system has been arranged for the cows to have a healthy environment. Old fans were repaired and new fans provided for the cows to overcome the heat.
Under this project, we also prepared a land suitable for our cows to rest and play during the day and we witness very happy playing of small calves among each other and with their mother, which was difficult earlier due to lack of properly prepared ground.
3 employees have been hired and engaged in serving the cows and taking care of their food, cleanliness, and hygiene.

We are very thankful to the GlobalGiving team, our generous donors, and our volunteers for their support in this noble cause to serve our mother cows.

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ISKCON Prayagraj

Location: Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh - India
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Project Leader:
Aditya Mittal
Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh India
$15,643 raised of $20,000 goal
 
242 donations
$4,357 to go
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