Govansh Raksha Samiti Goshala

GoShala or GauShala, a Sanskrit word, means the adobe or sancturay for the cows and its progeny as calves and oxen. (In Sanskrit, Go or Gau means Cow, Shala means a sanctuary).

Govansh Raksha Samiti Goshala Goshala (or Gaushala) is the sanctuary or the abode for old, sick, abandoned and stray animals, especially cows and its progeny.

The Govansh Raksha Samiti Goshala is run in the town of Malegaon (located in the West Indian state of Maharashtra) and an effort to care for these kind, innocent, gentle and lovely animals, that today are the victims.

Currently we have over 120* animals - including cows (70), calves (45) and bulls (5) on a 1-acre campus


Faciliites

  • First Aid for Sick injured Stray cow and its progeny
  • Ambulance Service
  • Cattle Health check-up & Vaccination Camps, Cattle Rescue
  • Clean water and enviorment
  • feed them and give medical treatment

Goals

  • To rescue stray, abandoned, and neglected cows, bring about their recovery as healthy, well-treated companions, and to promote such care and compassion.
  • Expanding our enterprise. In both aspects of our goals, premier cow protection, milk production, utilization of cow power (gober methane gas), self-sufficiency, and to be an inspiration to all good-natured souls are what we strive for.
  • To provide the best possible care and attention given to cows prior to being taken to a shelter home and veterinary centre.