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  1. The Ashram Goshala: A Hub of Activities

    0 Indigenous Cows Are Protected in the Goshala  Friendly, Affectionate & Energetic Taking care of cows is rewarding and lots of fun! The indigenous cows are very affectionate, alert and friendly. They demand lots of love and attention, and love to be ...
  2. Love’s Manger by Radhika De

    Stepping into The Art of Living Bangalore Goshala, you get a distinctly different feeling. From being around a swarm of people you are now transferred to a herd of gentle grazers. The atmosphere in the goshala is serene yet charged. A distinct sense of be ...
  3. The Art of Living Goshala- Preserving Indigenous Cows

    Goshala: A Valuable Shelter ‘Go’ (pronounced ‘gau’) means cow, and ‘shala’ means shelter. Until recent times every village in India had a goshala. Even today every villager who can afford it, keeps at least one cow. Some have related the high suicide rate ...
  4. Natueco farming (Nature Ecological Farming)

    Natueco farming follows the principles of eco-system networking of nature in our farming system. It is different from organic or natural farming both in philosophy and practice. It offers an alternative to the commercial, heavily chemical's technique ...
  5. Kitchen Gardening

    Kitchen Gardening Growing of fruits, vegetables, flowers in the available space around bungalows, galleries of flats, open terraces, windows wherever the sun light gets to plants. Sunlight is essential for the manufacturing of food in the leaves of plants ...
  6. Sri Sri Beejkosh (Seed Bank)

    With the advancement of science, many alterations and changes have been introduced by the scientist in the crops and the genetic make-up of the original seed is changed. Because of this the newly developed varieties and hybrids of different seeds are susc ...
  7. Laxmi Taru

    Lakshmi Taru- the medicinal tree LAKSHMI TARU  (Simarouba glauca DC; Common names: Simarouba, oil tree, paradise tree or aceituno) is an important tree species growing in the forests of Central America. It was first introduced by National Bureau of Plant ...
  8. Environment Testimonial 8

    Manvi Bansal Gurgoan It was a moment of utmost pride and nostalgia, to see thousands and thousands of people, of all castes, religion and gender, come together to save what is rightfully and dutifully theirs, Yamuna. Though, by cleaning up the Ghats, does ...
  9. Environment Testimonial 7

    Keren Lifshitz 2007 participant Since the summer program I have been involved with two local community gardens and I have been working with the office of sustainability at my University. Everything has been inspired by the internship. That was the most am ...
  10. Environment Testimonial 5

    Jayne Archer 2008 participant This summer has been the best summer of my life. Never before have I been engulfed in so much knowledge, had so much fun and grown so much. Website Section:  Case Studies Location Information:     Badakhshan province Afghanis ...
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