Veterinary training – in alliance with DJJS’s Kamdhenu Gaushala

On 20 Nov 2014, Dairy training Center (Phagwara) organized a training session for its 45 veterinary trainees. This training centre is directly administered by Punjab Dairy Development Board (Chandigarh). Under the aegis guidance of Dr. Inderjeet Singh (Director, Punjab Dairy Development Board), Sh. Ram Lubhaya (In charge, PTC) and Shri Chaman Lal Mehra (technical Officer), the trainees visited Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan's  "Kamdhenu Gaushala", an indigenous Cattle Conservatory Gaushala.

For many years, DJJS is disseminating the information regarding the importance of Indian breed of cows all over India. They are working towards conservation and propagation of their right usage.  The trainees had gathered first hand information about various indigenous breeds of cattle and obtained training on the methods to raise them in a proper way. In Gaushala, they were thrilled to observe and learn about the beautiful indigenous Sahiwal, Gir, Tharparkar and Kankrej breed of cattle. Knowing and realizing their worth, they pledged to raise and propagate indigenous cattle's at their places. They further reiterated that they would like to be healthy drinking A2 milk of Indian breed of cows rather than getting sick by drinking the milk produced by cross-bred HF and jersey cows. 

The veterinary trainees further learnt about feed management, green fodder preparation, milking arrangements system, hygienic setup and selfless service principle towards management of the Kamdhenu Gaushala and were quiet enthused in this regard. The preacher Swami ji of DJJS also shared several spiritual insights related to using and maintaining kamdhenu. The entire team was enlightened on various facets of raising and conserving our indigenous cow, our national pride.

About Kamdhenu

In the Indian spiritual and religious texts, cow has been extremely revered and Kamdhenu Gaushala under the guidance of founder Shri Ashutosh Maharaj is working for conservation and propagation of this holy species.

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