Nilachal Dham

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An Eco-Friendly Initiative by ISKCON Juhu
Cows – one of the pillars of Vedic Culture
 
Nilachan Dham is an eco-friendly  farm  community spread across 20 acres at Talasari in Thane, Maharastra. It is home to a herd of around 25 cows and bulls who are  loved and protected in a natural environment and   engaged in organic farming.
 
The project includes organic farming, flower cultivation, plant nursery, a temple complex, cottage industry making cow products,   medical camps and rural development.
 
Cows are held sacred in the Vedic culture. A cow is elevated to the status of a mother since she gives us milk to nourish us and therefore Cow protection is the duty of every human.
 
Cows are  beloved of Lord Krishna also known as Govinda, the original cowherd boy and any association with them pleases Him and brings all  auspiciousness.
 
One receives tremendous spiritual benefit by serving the cows. A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, founder of ISKCON, stressed the importance of cow protection and guided by his teachings, Nilachal Dham aspires to expand, provide shelter to cows and bulls and engage them in a way best suited to serve humanity.
 
You too can help towards cow protection, click here to know more …
 
 
 You may extend a helping hand in the
care and protection of cows at Nilachal Dham …


Feed 5 cows per day – 500
Feed 10 cows per day – 1,000
Feed a herd per day  - 2,500
Feed a herd for a Month – 75,000
Feed the herd a Feast  - 5,000(on your birthday, anniversary, memory of loved ones, etc)
Monthly medical expense – 5,000
Lord Jagannath Seva – _____
Donate a Calf – 20,000
Donate a Cow – 40,000
Donate green fodder (one truck) – 25,000
Donate dry fodder (one truck) – 35,000
Donate concentrate Feed for a month - 40,000
Adopt a cow for life – 1,00,000
Any donation of your choice – _______
 

You can also contribute towards building a new Cow shed or purchase grazing land.
For details contact 9890691073
Click here to make online contribution 
 
namo brahmanya-devaya , go-brahmana-hitaya ca jagad-dhitaya krsnaya , govindaya namo namah
"I offer repeated obeisance's unto Lord Krishna, who is the protector and well-wisher of the cows and the Brahmans. He is also the protector of the entire society. Unto that Lord, who is always satisfying the senses of the cows, I offer my obeisance's again and again”
 
 
NILACHAL DHAM
Paraspada,  Taluka Talasari, Dist. Thane. Ph: 9890691073 Email: ddd@pamho.net