NITHYA GHO SEVA
The Trust invites the Philonthropists all over the world to join hands in this noble mission. The donors may donate minimum Rs.100/- per month or Rs.1200/-per annum which could very well be used to feed a cow for a month/year.
SHRI VISHNU SAHASRANAMA PARAAYANAM AND HARI BHAJAN IN HOUSES:
Telling About Vishnu Sahasranamam.
Rs 201/- is collected for the seva which is used for feeding the cows.
The Trust runs a Library where religious oriented books are available for the readers on payment of Re.1/-per day. The fund is also used for feeding the cows in the Gho sala.
The Pooja is conducted at 6.00 PM on every Friday and Full moon day. The Pooja includes Sri Lakshmi Ashtothram, Mahalakshmi Sthothram and Sri Gomatha Ashtothram.
EVERY SATURDAYS - SREE VISHNU SAHASRANAAMA RECITAL AND HARI BHAJAN:
The recital and BHAJAN are conducted at 6.00 PM on every Saturday. A 'Prarthana Box' is kept in the Gho sala where the devotees can drop the paper slips containing their wishful prayers. The slips will be kept on the Lotus feet of the deity during the Sahasranaama Archanai and Hari Bajhan. Special classes are conducted for those who are willing to learn Sree Sahasranaama Recital.
Receiving Cows as Donation:
Cow Donation has a special mention in our Vedhas and Sashtras and it is considered to be a 'punya karma' which will lead a person to 'Moksha'. It is also said that that the donor will be free from 'Graha Dosha' and 'Pithru Dosha' and be blessed with all wealth.
The trust receives cow as donation and takes care of its welfare with the donation it receives from the donors.
PREPARATION AND SALE OF PANCHAGHAVYA MEDICINES:
The Trust also has its Drug unit where indigenous medicines are prepared from 'Komyam'(Cow's Urine) in a hygienic way that give relief from Diabetes, Cancer, Asthma and Joint pains. Ghau Ark, Herbal medicines, Pure ghee, Holy ash are available for sale.
GRAHAPRAVESAM (HOUSE WARMING CEREMONY)-GHO SEVA:
On the day of Housewarming Ceremony a cow from the Gho sala may be brought to the new house for the rituals. Rs. 301/- is charged from the house owner which would be spent to feed the cows in the Gho sala on the day.
The Trust once again invites all the good hearts to join in this noble mission.
- One year maintenance for a cow : Rs.15,000
- One month maintenance for a cow : Rs.2,000
- One day maintenance of the Gho sala : Rs.2,000
- Cattle Fodder(one bag): Rs.800
- Bran(one bag) : Rs. 450
- Grass(one day) : Rs. 150
- Nithya Gho Seva : Rs. 101
Gho Seva! Hari Seva!!