India has had a tradition of revering cows for a long, long time. Cows have been an integral part of Indian society. Be it a village or a city, cows can be seen outside huts and houses and little calves playing with children. Indians don’t consider cows only as animals but treat them as an integral part of their families. Rashtriya Gau Sevak Sangh believes in taking this symbiotic relationship between cows and people to the next level. And this is what they believe in very strongly. They are committed to taking this endeavour with volunteers whom they will train to take all-round care of our cows.
Cows have a great place in Indian homes and hearts. But like several other things, cows also suffer from some issues. Cows primarily need to be well-fed with nutrients as several experts consider cow’s milk to be a kind of complete food for human beings. Rashtriya Gau Sevak Sangh recognizes this issue and believes in solving it with expertise, experience and knowledge. Volunteers trained by them would be well equipped to suggest, procure and provide the best fodder and other food grains for the cows. Cows need round the clock care today, and obviously, the first part of cow care begins with their food.
Taking care of cows needs lots of time, investment and energy. They need to be kept in places that have good ventilation. They need to be kept in good and hygienic conditions. They need to be observed closely for any unusual or irregular behavior. It is said that the infection or the onset of the disease can be detected only by observing them minutely. Rashtriya Gau Sevak Sangh would train its volunteers to work closely with cows with their focused observation for any anomaly or break in their routine. The volunteers trained by us would work round the clock to keep the cows in the best possible manner.
The volunteers that enroll with Rashtriya Gau Sevak Sangh would be imparted all the training related to round the clock care of the cows. This training would comprise of theoretical, physical as well as practical training related to their food, diseases, increasing milk production, optimizing usage of cow dung and cow urine in different industries and finally, abandoned and injured cows too.
Rashtriya Gau Sevak Sangh has a clear emphasis on its volunteers being well equipped in taking charge of cow care. It seriously believes that when we take proper care of our cows, we take greater care of our nation too. Cows contribute a great deal in enriching our nation’s economy with products such as milk, ghee, butter, curd, lassi, chhaas, manure, biogas, urine and some more. The focused training of the volunteers would make sure that the cow’s contribution goes up in India, and that would bring pride to our nation. The volunteers trained by Rashtriya Gau Rakshak Sangh would fan out to all the parts of India with pinpoint training, expert knowledge and vision to understand tomorrow’s problems today.