About Gaushala

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ABOUT Gaushala

GoShala or GauShala, a Sanskrit word, means the adobe or sancturay for the cows and its progeny as calves and oxen. In Sanskrit (and Hindi/Punjabi): गोशाला ; गौ+शाला Gau means Cow, Shala means a sanctuary.

Maa Surbhi Gau Gram Gaushala (or Gaushala) is the sanctuary or the abode for old, sick, abandoned and stray animals, especially cows and its progeny. It is located in the town of Govindgarh, tehshil Chomu, District Jaipur (state of Rajasthan), about 22 km from chomu.

Apart from providing a home for the cattle, the Goshala also rescues the animals meant for illegal and merciless slaughtering, after being transported in cattle lorries under extremely cruel conditions, with no food and water for days, standing huddled together, stamped to unconsciousness or death – and often made to walk for miles with starvation.

The Gaushala is an effort to care for these kind, innocent, gentle and lovely animals, that today are the victims and a gainful conduit for so many unlawful means.

  • The Goshala runs under the guidance of Matritva Charitable Trust along with the help of hundreds of volunteers.
  • Maa Surbhi Gau Gram Gaushala today cares for over 700 animals – including cows, calves and bulls on a 12-acre campus.
  • The Goshala is a purely social, volunteer and contributory effort. The shelter has NO revenues or any source of income.

 

 

  • Land of Gaushala

    By Matritva Charitable Trust

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  • Land of Gaushala

    By Matritva Charitable Trust

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  • Our Construction

    By Matritva Charitable Trust

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  • Our Active Gau Sewak

    By Matritva Charitable Trust

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  • Our Construction

    By Matritva Charitable Trust

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  • Our Jaipur Office

    By Matritva Charitable Trust

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  • Our Gaushala Main Gate

    By Matritva Charitable Trust

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