“Unseen they suffer, unheard they cry, in agony they linger, in loneliness they die.”

Mahatma Gandhi once said that “Greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” Animals need compassion, the same as human beings. Among animals, Cow, in Indian culture and tradition, is the ultimate symbol of Love, Sacrifice and Gentleness. Protection of cow symbolizes protection of all that lives and is weak and helpless.

The idea behind the conception of ‘Gaushala’ is “Selfless Service to Cows”. Incorporated in March 2010, the Gurugram Gaushala today provides selfless service to more than 2500 homeless cows. Here, these cows are cared for, loved, and healed.

Like any Indian city, Gurgaon, has a large number of stray cows on the streets. These are the outcasts of society - unwanted, crippled, traumatized, abused, old, handicapped or sick. For these loveable, innocent creatures, Gurugram Gaushala is a home and sanctuary.

The aim of Gurugram Gaushala is to provide a place of solace to these cows and make the streets of Gurgaon clean, beautiful and free of stray cattle. The cows come to the Gaushala from all over the city. Once they are here, they are safe, well fed and well cared for.

To cater to the needs of these cows the gaushala is situated in about 15 acres in two parts, the KamdhenuDham and the NandiDham with a capacity to care for 1500 cows. There is a dedicated staff of more than 40 personnel including a veterinary doctor and two veterinary assistants resident on campus. All parts of Gaushala can be accessed by a walking path. Security cameras cover all operational areas of the compound. These will soon be connected to this website for everyone to observe and feel the joy of caring for the cows. A sound system plays devotional music, to bring joy and serenity to the cows as well as to the visiting devotees. 'The KamdhenuDham’ is now the ‘Vrindawan’ of Gurgaon-green, serene and sublime!.