Donate a cow to a low-income family in India.
Sponsor the caring of a cow for a month or a year.
Rescue a cow from the slaughter house.
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In India, the Gho-Matha or cow is considered the Universal Mother as she gives her own milk to all humans unconditionally regardless of caste, faith, social status.
Peedam’s beautiful Gho Sala is home to 500 cows, including rare Indian breeds and we also have the Gho Samrakshana programme which saves cows from slaughterhouses, so they can live the end of their days peacefully.
Ready to be donated to a low-income family.
Calves born at the Gho Sala (Home for Cows)
A guest from Germany donates “greens” for every cow at the Gho Sala. These leaves are not only very loved by the cows and also very good for their health and their digestion.
Gho Dhanam – donation of a cow and her calf to a low-income family. Here a villager living below the poverty line receives a cow and her calf to support his family.
School children from Narayani School’s Green Sakthi Club visit the Gho Sala for life drawing classes.
Beautiful artwork from Gho Aatha life drawings classes by Satish 7th Grade
A Gho Matha with her calf at the Gho Sala
A very rare Indian breed of a miniature cow is being bred at the Gho Sala.
Sakthi Amma donates a cow to man living under the poverty line.
A cow after the ritual known as Gho Pooja – this ritual is offered when a cow is donated to a low-income family.
Gho Dhanam – donation of a cow and calf to two brothers from a low-income family who had very recently lost their father, and were having to support the entire family.
Adam from Brooklyn, New York donated a cow to a low-income family to celebrate his 9th birthday. Here he is partaking in the ritual, Gho Pooja, to honour the sacredness of the Gho Matha.