Dec 21, 2009

Donate for gousala ?

Donate for gousala ?



Kamdhenu Gaushala was personally begun by His Divine Grace Shri Saradacharyag, Shri Maharaj Ji in 2004 with ten milking Cows, but nowadays it has grown more than 50 Cows, Bulls and Calves. Their number is growing every year. Small baby calves will soon grow into bulls and mothers, and their needs will also increase. As they grow and produce more milk for the benefit of human consumers, it is important to provide them more nourishment and care. Secondly, this project aims to educate more devotees and the people in general on the importance of Go-Seva. Our "mothers" have been taking care of us for so many years; this is now the right time to return that kindness.
Shri Rawatpura Sarkar Maharaj Ji Serving Cows
The Kamdhenu Goshala spends Rs. 12. Lakhs per year for maintaining the Cows. It takes up to Rs. 1,100/- per month, per Cow. Sponsor Krishna's cows in Patnagarh & Vrindaban's Gousala and obtain boundless mercy! Every month you can donate some little amount of money which is affordable by you and make Go-Seva a life time service to Krishna Balaram’s Cows.

Feed 4 Cows for one day
Rs. 100
Feed 10 Cows for one day
Rs. 250
Feed 20 Cows for one day
Rs. 500
Feed and maintain a Cow for one month
Rs. 1,100
Feed and maintain 3 Cows for one month
Rs. 3,300
Feed and maintain 5 Cows for one month
Rs. 5,500
Maintain Goshala for one day
Rs. 7,500
Sponsor a feast for Cows
Rs. 8,000
Feed a Cow or Bull for one full year
Rs. 10,000
Total Medical Expenses (For One Month)
Rs. 10,000
(Donating a Cow with her calf)
Four Types according
to different breeds

Rs. 10,000
Rs. 15,000
Rs. 20,000
Rs. 25,000

To donate contact:
Kamdhenu Ashram, Patnagarh, Orissa
Contact Person - Mr.B.B.Acharya g.

Mobile - +91 9438284475
Email -
Web Site:

To Deposit directly in the Bank A/c
Account Name - ...
Account Number - ....
Bank - ...
Branch - .....

To Deposit directly in the Bank A/c
Account Name-Kamdhenu
Account Number-09421450000036
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