Gosala

gomata

Go:puja / Go:da:nam is equivalent to a pradakshinam around the earth, recitation of Vedas and worship of Lord Vishnu. Our mission is to preserve the native species and protect them from becoming extinct. Cow is an holy animal which posses great qualities and gives very valuable outputs.

We started manufacturing A:yurvedic products from cow dung and cow urine mixed with some other Ayurvedic herbs in our go:sa:la in 2012 after receiving training at Go: Vigyan Anusandhan Kendra at Nagpur, Maharashtra. Aayu is the brand name of our cow-based A:yurvedic products. The Atharva Veda used the word “Aayu paya” for cow-based products as these products increase life span and promote good health. Aayu means life or life-span.Hence we named the products ‘Aayu’.

Godanam

Go:da:nam means donating a cow (Go:ma:tha) along with her calf. Go:da:nam  liberates the donor and his forefathers from the sins committed knowingly or unknowingly in their lives.  Go:da:nam is performed when a child is born in the family, during marriage, when a person passes away or in any other auspicious occasion. It bestows heavenly comforts on the donor. Departed souls will be relieved from the hells and from a treacherous river “Vaitharini” by doing Go:da:nam. The devathas in the cow will take care of the soul. It is equal to the benefits obtained by performing Ra:jasu:ya Ya:ga and donating unlimited amount of gold.

Devotees are advised to give us prior notice about go:da:nam they wish to perform so that we can make arrangements for the same. Email: jivagosala@chinnajeeyar.org or info@jetuk.org.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ):

When can go:da:nam be performed and what is the significance?

Departed souls will be relieved from the hells and from a treacherous river “Vaitharini” by doing Go danam. The devathas in the cow will take care of the soul.

When can we do go:da:nam?

Any time. Can be done on special occasions sanctifying the events like marriage, birth, festivals such as Krishna:shtami/Janma:shtami and special personal/family occasions like birthdays, marriage days, etc. Devotees are advised to give us prior notice about go puja or go daanam they wish to perform so that we can make arrangements for the same.

Is there any dress code for go:da:nam?

Yes. You need to attend the puja with traditional dress i.e ladies with sarees or shalwar kameez, gents with dhothi and upper cloth.

I would like to adopt a cow and donate for its grass for one month. How much I should contribute?

Daily £1.5 and monthly £35. 

 

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