The Original and Longest Running Cow Protection Program in the Western World
Protecting cows is one of the most important activities of the New Vrindaban Community. The Vedas, Saints and Sadhus, and Lord Krishna himself proclaim that service and protection of Mother Cow is the greatest solution for mankind’s suffering, the path to real peace.
Since 1969, the New Vrindaban Community has been protecting and serving her resident cows with a similar standard to what Lord Krishna himself practiced five thousand years ago. Lovingly cared for through their happy life, they are provided everything they need.
In return, They generously provide creamy milk, which is offered daily to the Lord in the temple. The same devotee hands that dress and decorate the Deity, also brush and care for the temple cows.
The Nev Vrindaban Go Seva program, started on the order of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, not only provides milk for the Lord and his pilgrims, but also gives hope by practically demonstrating the divine and harmonious relationship between man and cow for all the world to see.
“We revere Lord Krishna, His association with cows made us worship them as our mother. Friends, I appeal to you to reflect on weather we should kill our mother cow who gives us milk, essential for our children’s health. Our future generations may not get sufficient milk and yet there are those who would kill the cows. I’m sure that you will contribute your might in stopping such an insane act.”
Chief Minister Gujarat
The New Vrindaban Goshalla is able to continue it’s work because of our family of supporters.
We invite you to join us and experience profound peace and happiness by becoming a co-carer of cows at New Vrindaban
Visit the Cow Galleries to see cows you can sponsor here.
Give a Go-Seva Gift Today!
- $6,501 Donate a cow and lifetime care
- $3,501 Donate a cow
- $1,501 Adopt a cow
- $751 Care of a cow during winter
- $551 Medical care for a cow
- $365 A dollar a day for the cows
- $216 Feed a cow for one month
- $108 Go-puja and feeding the cows for the family