Indigenous Species Protection

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  1. The Art of Living Goshala- Preserving Indigenous Cows

    Treat Time: Sanjoy Majumdar, the caretaker, feeds calves Indian bread. Sunbathing is a favorite pastime. Nothing like a good massage: It also improves their milk output. Cows don’t enjoy being doused in water, but they love to frisk and prance outdoors ...
  2. Protecting Australian wetlands

    Indigenous Specie Protection Every plant or animal on this planet adds beauty and value to this creation simply by its presence. They are also part of an elaborate eco-system. Each specie is connected to so many others and the endangering of one affects ...
  3. The Ashram Goshala: A Hub of Activities

    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 ...
  4. 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 ...
  5. 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 ...
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