Gaushalas or Goshalas are protective shelters for cows. Goshala, a Sanskrit word (“Go” means cow and “Shala” means a shelter place: Go + Shala = shelter for cows), means the abode or sanctuary for cows, calves and oxen. In our goshala, cattle are respected, venerated and treated with utmost dignity.

Importance of goshala

  • Grooming and brushing cows offers material and spiritual benefits to society.
  • Cow seva is one of the highest duties and holy actions


To enable the Intellectually Disabled Adult in our Adult Home attain skills in maintaining and managing Cows ( as most of them are from rural setting) We have started the “GOSHALA” project in May 2014 with two cows and two calves. Excepting milking of the cows, the entire upkeep of the “GOSHALA” is with the Adult Intellectual Disabled persons under the supervision of an expert instructor. The Milk yield is again consumed in our hostels and Campus.

September 2017

Shri Ravi Raghavendra – Director of YES Bank.
was kind enough to donate a Cow and Calf on 13.09.2017 to our Goshala Unit.

He expressed extreme happiness on seeing our Goshala and the way it is expressed.




September 2014

A cow and a calf have joined our Goshala on 22/09/2014 and our special children have named them Deivanai and Gowri respectively.

On Sunday the 9th November, another cow and a calf named as Durga and Vignesh by our Special Children entered our Goshala.

Two New Addition to our Goshala -calf named as Annapoorni and Ganesh. Welcome to the Family!





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