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- On Saturday, the meeting speaker and chairman of the Riyana Gau Seva Commission visited the gaushala
The Gaushala being constructed in Sukhdarshanpur village can be inaugurated on 22 November on Gopashtami. Work is happening vigorously to finish its development earlier than the inauguration. Assembly Speaker Gyanchand Gupta visited Gaushala on Saturday and reviewed the development works on the macaque. Shravan Kumar Garg, chairman of Haryana Gau Seva Commission was additionally with him throughout this time.
Can maintain 250 to 300 cows in a shed: Gaushala is being constructed on the land of Panchkula Municipal Corporation. Its development and operation has been entrusted by the Municipal Corporation to the Madhav Gaushala Charitable Trust. Trust member Varindra Garg says that some six sheds may be constructed in Gaushala. Three of those sheds are prepared. In a shed, fodder can be stored for the cow’s meals.
The remaining 5 shades can be for singing. Bulls can be stored in one in every of these sheds, whereas pregnant cows can be stored in one shed. Can maintain 250 to 300 cows in a shed. There can be a system of conserving about 1200 cows in the cowshed.
Burning of apples provides 46.6 p.c oxygen …
Haryana Goseva Commission Chairman Shravan Kumar Garg says that the Commission is celebrating Kamdhenu Diwali. In it, idols of lamp, Lakshmi and Ganesh fabricated from cow dung are being made. After worshiping these idols, they are often immersed in pots or gardens at house. The dung used for these sculptures will later be used as manure.
Told that cow dung has anti radiation which has the flexibility to remove virus in the home. Science has additionally agreed that burning cow cow dung on high provides 46.6 p.c oxygen. Air additionally comprises solely 20.9 p.c oxygen
A lamp of three rupees …
There may even be preparations to make diyas, wooden, Lakshmi and Ganesha idols from cow dung in the Gaushala to be constructed in Sukhdarshanpur village. Varindra Garg says that crucial equipment can be bought quickly for this. This time in some gaushalas of the town, idols of diyas, wooden, Lakshmi and Ganesh are being produced from cow dung. One lamp is being offered for 3 rupees.