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Those who don’t have a name will get fame, Just adopt mother cows and see the game.

Service to mother cows bring peace, prosperity and happiness in life.

Serve mother cows with fodder, Your luck will be overloader

1900 – 1973

“Forgiveness is the greatest weapon, because a saint so armed is unperturbable… he can give up anger immediately.”

- Neem Karoli Baba

Neem Karoli Baba, named as Lakshman Narayan Sharma at his birth, was from Uttar Pradesh in India. Born around 1900 in Akbarpur village, he belonged to a wealthy Brahmin family.

Due to the child-marriage customs prevailing in India during that time, his parents married him at an early age of 11. He then left his home to become a sadhu (hermit). Due to frequent requests by his father, he returned home and settled into his married life and later had two sons and a daughter.

Neem Karoli Baba, reverently known as “Maharaj ji” by his devotees and disciples, believed in the concept of All is One. He often said “Sub Ek” (All is one) and conceptualized the motto of “Love.Serve.Remember.”

With this, he taught his followers to love and serve everyone, and to remember God always.

Why Donate

Gau Seva

At Neem Karoli Baba Gau Ashram, we embrace the spirit of compassion and service inspired by the teachings of Neem Karoli Baba, the divine embodiment of Lord Hanuman Ji. Our mission is simple yet profound: to provide loving care for cows that have been left unattended after their milking days are over and to extend our helping hand to serve society in various meaningful ways.

Fodder Kit

  1. Green Fodder

    We will feed freshly cut corn/other grass

  2. Offer Gud (Jaggery)

    We will feed jaggery (Extracted from sugarcane Juice)

  3. Husk (Wheat Straw)

    Wheat straw is one of the regular food for gau mata.

  4. Khal (Mustard Cake)

    The mustard cakes help cows warm in cold season and this also helps them

  5. Chokar (Wheat Bran)

    The outer shell of wheat is required to keep cows healthy

  6. Channa Churi

    Chana churi is also know as gram, this helps in keeping cow nutrition intact

Monthly care of a cow

  1. Monthly Care Of A Cow

    Adopt a cow or bull which is abandoned by their owners post milking & once they are for no use to them.

  2. Monthly Care Of A Milk Giving Cows

    Adopt a milk giving cows, the milk will be given to their calf or freely distributed to saints, use of ashram and need people.

  3. Monthly Care Of A Calf

    Adopt a calf for 2 years and bring them to life

  4. Monthly Care Of A Bull Or Ox

    Give a second life to Bull and Ox as they are left on the road after birth since it’s for no use for companies / individual who’s focus is only selling milk.


  1. General Medicines

    Donate Regular Medicine which is required for day to day disease

  2. Medical Treatment Of Injured Cows

    Donation will help us buying and maintaining the ambulance for gau mata, and donation towards medical treatment will help them bring back to their life.

  3. Operation Of Mother Cows

    many times gauvansh needs to be operated for any medical emergency

  4. Important Vaccinations

    Important vaccination to gauvansh help us saving their life from various disease.


  1. Cow Shed For One Cow Approx. 35 Sq. Feet

    We need to construct the shed for approximately 500+ cows, this will help us keeping them safe.

  2. Husk And Fodder Store

    With Ever increase of gauvansh, more husk and fodder stores are required. Husk is only available for a certain month and has to be stored for the rest of the year.


  1. Godan Of Desi Cow

    It signifies the heartfelt donation of a cherished desi cow, a symbol of divine grace and purity. These cow milk is not sold and used for saints, ashram and free seva.

  2. Pooja Items

    Pooja and material to decorate gauvansh will be purchased while performing pooja.

  3. Brahmin Dakshina

    This will given as gift for pooja offerings which will be done by Brahmin.

Be a Part Of

Our Vision

Our vision is rooted in the principles of compassion, care, and service to all living beings. We believe that every creature deserves a life of dignity and love, and we strive to create a haven where cows are cherished even beyond their productive years. We aim to not only take care of these gentle beings but also to radiate positivity and service to the broader community.

Our Initiatives

Gau Seva

Our primary focus is on providing a safe and nurturing environment for cows that have been abandoned after their milking days. We ensure they lead a life free from neglect or suffering, surrounded by love and care.

Community Outreach

Inspired by the teachings of Neem Karoli Baba, we extend our hands to the community through various social initiatives. From distributing food to the needy to organizing educational workshops, our aim is to be a source of positive change.

Environmental Stewardship

Caring for cows goes hand in hand with caring for the environment. We strive to raise awareness about the interconnectedness of all life forms and promote sustainable practices that benefit both nature and humanity.

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What We Achieved

Donate and Make a Difference

Your support can transform lives. By contributing to Neem Karoli Baba Gau Ashram, you’re not only helping us care for abandoned cows but also enabling us to continue our community-focused initiatives. Your donations will go towards providing food, shelter, medical care, and education for those in need.

Get Involved

We welcome individuals and organizations who share our vision of compassion and service. Whether you’re looking to volunteer your time, donate resources, or collaborate on projects, your involvement can make a significant impact on the lives we touch.

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Let’s come together to honor the legacy of Neem Karoli Baba by embodying his teachings of love, compassion, and selfless service. Join us in our mission to create a world where all beings thrive in an atmosphere of care and unity.