Cow Protection and Krishna Consciousness

… a blog by Madan Gopal Das

Archive for the 'Devotional Topics' Category

   Oct 24

Mother Cow’s blessings in my life.

Hare Krsna! Would you all not like to know how, I got the mercy of Cows along with Krishna (the supreme personality of God)? Mentioned here are few realizations of my life which has helped me to be here in front of you all. I would like to speak about cow more so would mention […]

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   Sep 27

[email response]: Holy Cows — Acclaimed abroad, despised at home

Hare Krsna! I received this article written by Devinder Sharma via an email sent by a friend. I thought it was some thing worth reading. Holy Cows — Acclaimed abroad, despised at home A couple of days back, newspaper in Punjab reported that an American company — World Wide Sires Ltd — is planning to provide high-quality […]

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   Sep 21

Gomati Vidya – Glories of the Cow.

Hare Krsna! In our Vedic culture, cows are very sacred and are given respect tremendously. Divine kamadhenu cow appeared during churning of ocean. In Vedas, the glories of cows are profusely mentioned. The main purpose of Vedas are not only to offer sacrifices to worship supreme lord but also to his representatives .The whole world […]

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   Jul 16

[email response]: Cow Protection

Hare Krishna Prabhuji, I was very much impressed by the noble cause of “Cow Protection” you have undertaken (in a most practical way) to uplift the human society from living a very un-regulated/un-healthy life style by educating them with Vedic Life style of complete bliss.

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   Jul 10

True Story! – Shri Dr. Mohan

Hare Krsna! The glories of holy cows are unlimited. In vedic culture and literature the glories of cow protection is all pervading. In ancient times many were devoted to cows and so there were many cows as well. When there were enough cows and cow milk etc in India there was peace and prosperity. At present age unfortunately due […]

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