Krishna says in Srimad Bhagavatam, “I can be worshiped within the Cows by offerings of grass and other suitable grains and paraphernalia for the pleasure and health of the Cows” The point here to understand is that cow care is not only religious act but is also a noble act of humanity. It is a harsh but true fact. Cows are dying and we are doing nothing about it. We see cows everyday loitering near the garbage bins and roaming on roads without food or water. Lack of natural habitats and grassy areas has forced cows to depend on commercial areas for their food & shelter.
Cows are worshipped as a holy creature here, and probably are the most loved one & cared for too. The characteristic of cows as a milk provider, essential for human life, has elevated its status to the level of a Godly figure and a mother. Being one of the most harmless animals in the entire world, it gives so much without asking much in return. As a religious figure, cows have special significance in connection with one of the most loved and worshipped Gods in Hindu Mythology – Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna is also known as Gopala or Govinda which means protector and friend of cows. Saving Cows is a Noble act of Humanity. Show Your Good Karma and Save an Innocent Creature. You can show your kind support by helping BGIS (Product of ISKCON) in their Project Surabhi. Project Surabhi will ensure good health, food and living space for cows. To Save Cows and Show your Noble Contribution.