Our Goshala and Cow Care Team

Welcome to LoveTheCows.com!

 

It is not just a sentiment, Indian national or otherwise, to show love, care, and protection to the cows. It is a sign of human advancement and civilization. In time, this consideration will grow, in all countries of the world, as a new but puranic image of the preservation of the finer spiirtual qualities of humankind, is promoted and understood, by intelligent and thoughtful human beings.

 

The Vedic Ranch Goshala and Cow Care facility is one such attempt at improving knowledge of the benefits of respecting and protecting cows. Please join with us. It takes many to help bring about a deeper understanding in the public's mind and in the world, of the nature of the soul in all living beings. and how the laws of karma react upon human society when there is total disregards of the rights of all living beings to enjoy happiness and freedom.

 

Much more compassion is needed in the technological and scientifically advanced world of today, supported by the spiritual vision and wisdom of ancient Vedic sages, and the teachings they passed on thorughout history.

Om Tat Sat.

 

** Special thanks to all those who helped in the purchase of this wonderful herd of Zebu cows, and Nandi the bull.

The names of the cows are Parvati, Shakti, Ahi, and Mumu.

 

The following persons make up our team of dedicated individuals who wish to see the concept of goshalas (cow protection) increase in the western world. We hope you are also one, who approves of this principle and siddhanta.

Trikalajna Das

"I'm a co-Director for the Vedic Ranch and Sedona Center of Vedic Culture. My background is: I received an honors degree in civil engineering back in 1979. I am also the co-founder of the Glory of India Vedic Cultural Center in New Delhi India.", devotee for 30yrs.

Nistha Bhakti Devi

"I am so thrilled to be a part of this, protecting mother cow, and honoring her, especially in her Zebu appearance. I hope you will join us in support of the ideals set forth here, in the teachings of Srila Prabhupada."

Dandi Das

"I always wanted to do something to help the situation of the collosal mistreatment of mother cow. Thank you for the opportunity to be a part of the change."

Dasarath Das

"These cows came to us in a way that it seemed directly the Deities of Lord Jagannath wanting them here at the Vedic Ranch for Their divine service. I am one of the co-directors of the Vedic Ranch and also Sedona Center of Vedic Cultrual."

Wayne & Shakuntala

"As an initiated Vaishnava devotee, I wish you well in the Vedic Ranch Goshala program. I encourage everyone to come forward and help in this priceless opportunity for the betterment of the finer values of human life, and protection of the sacred mother cow."

Nico & Tracy

"Helping protect mother cow is protecting mother earth. Everything is related to each other, and has a terrible impact when it is out of harmony. Thank you for inviting us."

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Clytie Lane

"So grateful for this beautiful goshala. May it inspire all of us in our true relationship with mother cow. Jai Govinda! "

© 2015 by the Vedic Ranch Goshala & Cow Care.. We are acting under the auspicies of the Sedona Center of Vedic Culture, a non-profil 501(c)(3) organization, whose aim is to help bring about a spiritual revolution in the world, through disemination of spiritual knoiwledge found in the Vedic literature, and through the cultural exhibits of its master plans (http://sedonavedicculture.com). The Vedic Ranch is an inspirtaion from His Divine Grace A.C. Bhakivedanta Swami Prabhupada, Founder-Acarya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). Although the Vedic Ranch & Goshala is a separate and independent spiritual venture, some of its members and organizers are disciples or followers of His Divine Grace, who stressed so much the importance of cow protection and developing goshalas all over the world, for the protection of the cows and bulls. Goshala means a plavce where the cows are protected. The cows are treated as sacred in India because they act as "mother" for the entire human society by supplying milk, which when taken, builds higher brain cells for understanding God. Most temples in India have goshalas in which the milk from such protected cows is used in service of the Deities of the Lord. Goshala ki Jaya!

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