Ther cow shelter has been established by Dharam Raj Ranka, 82, with a mission to protect India’s most revered animal.
HYDERABAD, Nov 14 (The CONNECT) - South India’s biggest Goushala (cow shelter) Satyam Shivam Sundaram Gau Nivas, which is home to about 5700 cows rescued from slaughter houses, organized a Grand Annakut Celebration on the occasion of its 22nd anniversary.
Swaroopananrendra Swami of Vishaka Sri Sarada Peetham attended the event.
The day was marked by Govardhan Parvat Pujan, Gau Pujan and Bhajans and kirtans. Shri Omji Mundel from Rajasthan sang bhajans and spirituals songs. About 10,000 people Gau-premis (cow lovers) joined the function.
Ther cow shelter has been established by Dharam Raj Ranka, an 82 years old man, with a mission to protect India’s revered animal. Ranka has fully dedicated his life for the cause of cow protection