Cow Protection and Krishna Consciousness

… a blog by Madan Gopal Das

   Sep 21

True Story! – The drought.

Hare Krsna! Once upon a time in the year 1986, there was severe drought in the state of Maharashtra and Karnataka.  Poor people, cows, bulls and other animals were dying from hunger and thirst.   Few people from from Bijapur (lamina Caste) had come to Kolhapur to earn a better living.  They had brought many cows […]

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   Aug 04

True Story! – Saved by the Cow

Hare Krsna! It was month of Ashadha (July) i.e.the rainy season. This incident occurred in the village Nohar in Bikaner district. A lake of Daluram maharshi (a sage) was situated at a distance of 2.5 km from the village. 15 days back it had rained and there was quick sand out there. A thirsty cow in search […]

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   Aug 04

True Story! – Insulted a Cow

Hare Krsna! Late king of Kashmir Sri Pratap Singhji was a very religious man and protector of cows and Brahmins. He was strict follower of sanatan dharma, maintainer of citizens and knower of scriptures. Many Brahmins were regularly doing chanting of mantras and various sacrifices at his palace. No one in his kingdom could dare to kill cow or […]

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   Aug 04

True Story! – Epilepsy & The foolish vaishya

Hare Krsna! EPILEPSY: Once a devotee from USA had epilepsy. It was a severe case and he had to  take medicines regularly. The devotee was from a very rich family. He could have lived his life in full opulence and comfort without having to work. Once he had gone to an ayurvedic doctor in India for his […]

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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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