Dharma declares Mother as primordial GURU. She informs the child
about his father and she treats the child with all love and affection.
She is unequal. But all do not have the mother's love and affection.
So 'Shakthi' - cause of the universe is addressed as Sri Mathre
Namaha in Lalitha Sahasranamam and the scriptures further declare
that there are four other mothers for the human being. They are
Go Matha, Veda Matha, Desa Matha and Jagan Matha.
greatness of a cow and its sanctifying products are enshrined
in the rituals to have them as a purifying object of doing the
ritual. The Panchakavya Consisting - Milk / Curd / Ghee / Excretion
(Dung) & Go-moothra have Ayurvedic medicinal qualities and
act as disinfectant.
Kalidas has declared that the Godhooli - the dust from feet of
cow is so holy that it purifies every evil. Thus the protection
of a cow is a duty of every Hindu Sanathanist. To emphasize cow
protection (Go Samrakshana), Guruji has established a Gosamrakshanasala
at Thennangur treating cows with utmost sanctity and G A Trust
established by Sri GURUJI is incurring a good expenditure on this
A few devotees of GURUJI have suggested to the Trustees of G A
Trust to start a permanent account for Gosamrakshana and now a
separate fund named Go Samrakshana Nidhi has been constituted.
Devotees who are interested in adding to the corpus of this fund
may send their donations to G A Trust for Gosamrakshana Nidhi.
This would be a permanent fund, the proceeds of which will be
spent for the expenses incurred for Gosamrakshana.
Furthre, it has been decided to formulate a scheme to collect
voluntary donations from devotees towards the cost of maintaining
one cow on a regular monthly basis and the contribution for the
same is is fixed at Rs. 1,250/- per cow per month. Devotees who are
willing to contribute to this scheme can sponsor any number of cows
every month or altnernatively they may donate at a rate of Rs. 15000/-
towards maintenance including feeding, medicine, etc. per cow per year. At present
we have 52 cows at our Gosala out of wich only one third are milking. The
scheme has been formulated to cover the maintenance of non milking cows
also with the availabl funds.
Devotees are requested to participate in the above scheme whole heartedly and receive the
blessings of our Great Masters.