12 Cows Rescued before another complete lockdown

Jaya Jaya Sankara Hara Hara Sankara,

Over the last few days before the completion shutdown in Chennai managed to scamper and save the lives of 12 cows from three different places. 7 near my home near Sholiganallur (1 cow and 6 rishabams), 2 from Madipakkam (one beautiful cow and calf), and 3 from Kallakurichi (1 cows and 2 rishabams). Pictures below.

Many Jaya Jaya Sankara to Shri Natarajan Sridharan, Shri N Sridhar, Shri Shankar Krishnamurthy,  Shri Rajagopalan Venugopalan, Shri SV Krishnan, Shri Balaji Venkataraman, Shri Vishnu Sethuraman, Shri V Jaishankar, Shri Ganesh Rajagopalan, Smt. Vinitha Harith, Shri Krishna Viswanathan, Shri Balaji Kadappan, Shri Ramaswamy, Shri Poorna Chander Undavalli, Smt. Smt. Umamaheswari Nandakumar, Shri VK Vasudevan, Shri Karthick Narasimhan, Shri Bharath Kumar Sainathan, Shri PS Krishnamurthy, Smt. Padmavathy Kannan, Shri Hari Venkatesh, Shri Arun Abishek, Shri L. Sandeep, Shri Natarajan Sridharan, Smt. Sowmya Arunkumar, Shri Sankaran Lakshman,  Smt. Jayalakshmi Vidyashankar, Shri Shankar Krishnamurthy for their kind contributions in helping with these rescues. Rama Rama

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7 replies

  1. https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/bvparishat/Ycmw9GDd7FY

    Dear Vidvans,

    A friend of mine received a distress call from a lady and her husband who manage a school and attached Goshala (of 20 cows) in Mulaikaraipatti near Tirunelveli in Tamilnadu.

    They run a school in an area heavily infested with soul vultures involved in conversion and are at present a 2 person bulwark against the disease of the one true whatever.

    They have 20 cattle of which many cows are pregnant at the moment.
    Mrs. Subbulakshmy was telling me that each cow /calf or bull requires specific diet and they cannot subsist on dry hay alone and also need green grass which they buy from nearby fields. They also buy packed tur, rice, wheat husks and husk bags from oil mills to feed the cows.

    I have attached some photos that she sent me on whatsapp.

    The budget for a month is almost 45,000 rupees for grass and fodder. Even part of the money will help them go through the crisis. The Goshala is used for supplying milk to a school for free. They just need to tide over the time till rains start. Right now it is summer in Tirunelveli and COVID has not helped at all. Kindly pitch in with whatever you can. You may transfer funds directly to the account in the picture. Kindly pass it on. It’s really urgent. Thank you.

    Contact person: Subbulakshmi +91 97876 19682

    Ac holder: Vyasa vidyalaya nursery and Primary school.
    Ac no: 6293896336
    IFSC code : IDIB000T173.
    Branch: Theivanayagaperi.

    I am at present trying to set up a crowdera funding platform for them.

    Thanks and Regards,


    I am deleting my last post because of a goof up I made.
    The sentence:
    “The budget for a month is almost 45,000 rupees for grass and fodder.”

    Should read “The budget for grass and fodder for 3 months is Rs 9000 and the budget for the packets of husk (of tur,rice, wheat etc) is almost Rs. 36,000 /month ”

    So for the next 3 months what they currently need is (36000×3) +9000 = Rs. 117,000

    Apologies for any confusion caused.



  2. Great job Sai !! Periyava kataksham parippornam !! I know your total dedication towards this kainkarysm ! How hardships you come across during this rescue. Particularly during lockdown period !!
    Feel proud of you Sai !

  3. Great effort. Glad there is no meat sale during the lockdown.

  4. They all look emaciated. It just tells us the story of their life till now. By Mother Akilandeshwari and Sri Mahaaperiyavaa’s Grace they must have a reasonably good life from now on. ||Sivaya Nama: Om||

  5. Tremendous effort. It is shameful to our sarsangh to glance one calf even sending to slotter house.

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