Dr. Yashwant Singh Parmar Gosadan now houses 85 cows

Jai Ram Thakur, Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh, has planned to make Himachal stray cattle free in the next one and a half year. Our society, Him Gau Sanrakshan Samiti, a registered non-profit society registered in HP, is committed in aiding the government in this endeavour.

Our gaushala, Dr. Yashwant Singh Parmar Gosadan, named after the first Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh, Dr. Yashwant Singh Parmar, is now housing 85 stray cattle, and we aim to take this number up to 200 in the next few days.

A brain child of our President, Dr Rajender Attri, this gaushala is based in the hills of Himachal Pradesh.

Our gaushala is unique, for rather than bounding the animals inside, we let them roam free in the nearby lands. The animals go up to graze during the day, and on filling themselves, come back inside as evening approaches. These abandoned animals get to live their lives free.

We are being assisted by Attri Bio Products and Services in this project. This Shimla based startup has been providing us with tech-services to manage our gaushala, as well as helping us setup our online presence.

Why are we telling you all this?

Running a project like this is expensive, and we require all the help we can get. We can benefit from your contributions. If you want to donate, you can do safely and securely on this website.

Donation Information

Our society is registered with Registrar of Societies, Government of Himachal Pradesh. Our registration number is 1389/2020.

Our gaushala is registered with Himachal Pradesh Govansh Samvardhan Board, Government of Himachal Pradesh. The registration number is 115.

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  1. That’s really very appreciative work but for this I think there must be one veterinarian kept for their overall well being of the animals kept there. The plants they feed when they roam surrounding areas who knows could be toxic or poisonous if fed on large amount or some even in small amount depending upon the type of the toxins present in them (plants). Moreover few animals kept there can be made productive depending upon the sex of the animal and various other factors through proper diagnosis and treatment accordingly and that can produce some sort of income to that gosadan.
    I hope you understand my concern regarding the animals and gosadan

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