In the grand culture of India which is full of thousand ways for obtaining eternal [avinashi] peace that is the lap of God Himself, serving the cows is one great way. So there are many occasions that come across the year round like the Gopasthmi, Janamasthmi, Makarsankranti [Uttarayan], Ramnavmi/Shrihari Jayanti, Ekadashi, Purnima [the full moon], on the birthday of your loved ones, on the Punyatithi of ones loved one and many other good days. So, you can fulfill two great deeds at one time. You can contribute the Gaushala and help us in serving the cows in the best possible way we can and on the other hand gain huge profits.
FORTHCOMING DAYS IN THE YEAR 2022 FOR DOING GAUSEVA ARE :
14th January 2022 – Uttarayan
5th February 2022 – Vasant Panchami
1st march 2022 – Mahashivratri
17th / 18th March 2022– Holika dahan / Dhuleti
17th April 2022 – Hanuman Jayanti
31st August 2022 – Ganesh Chauth
11 August 2022 – Rakshabandhan
18th August 2022– Janamasthmi
4th Sepetermber 2022 – Radhashtmi
23rd October 2022 – Dhanteras
24th October – Deepotsav / Diwali
1st Novermber 2022 – Gopashthmi- the day when Bhagvan Shri Krishna Chandra went out with the calves in Vrindavan.
The month of entire Shravan is the month of Gausewa. Every single day one can be a part of Gausewa.
The days of Ekadashi are the pious days of Dan and punya , therefore the Ekadashi days too are said to be very pious days for Gausewa.
The days of Full moon are pious days for dan / donations/ punya therefore these days are considered as pious days for Gausewa.
PLEASE NOTE : MAA DEVI LAXMI IS ALWAYS SATISFIED WHEN THE GAUVANSH ARE STOMACH FULL SEATED IN PEACE AND HAPPINESS.
The above are some auspicious days which are said favourable days for Gauseva. But the month of Shravan is a whole month where every day is a day of Gauseva. When Khsatriya kings used to rule their kingdom in the past, many of them went with all the cows of their kingdom leaving behind the herdsmen at home and alone went to the jungle to feed them during this whole Shravan month.
Surbhi Ashram Gaushala is looking forward for a bright future of Indian cows the Gaumata