Gau Seva or taking care of cows has been an integral part of the Vedic culture and heritage. Protecting and caring for cows is considered one of the most revered services. Indigenous cows play an important role in land health, environmental health, and also the health of human beings. As per the Vedas, the cow is considered to be one of the seven mothers. Grazing of cows and bulls on land improves the health of the land and the environment due to enrichment by cow dung and urine. The fertility of the land is so much improved that this holistic approach is also known as going from “Pharmacology to Farmocology”.
Here indigenous (Gir) cows are well cared for, irrespective of their milk productivity because everything (milk, cow urine, cow dung, etc.) they produce is useful to maintain the natural cycle.
Objectives for Gauseva / Gausamvardhan at Kalyan Krupa Foundation
- Quality fodder and regular supplements - Clean and hygienic shelter - Large field for cows to graze freely - Routine medical check-ups