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Hare Krishna Dear Devotees it is a most Important work that Protection of Krishna,s most dear cow.

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1] you can help as distribute of glory of gomata on devotees community

2] Right articels about gomata in English

3] use cow products in your daily life

4] Where ever you see gomata seek or injured please  treat her

5] Drink only gomata,s milk    

6] Use soap shampoo made from panch gvya of gomata profit will go to gomata

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    Mental equilibrium is to fix the mind on Lord Krishna.
    Mere peacefulness without Krishna consciousness
    is dull and useless state of mind.

    Discipline means first to control one`s own senses.
    If one wants to discipline one`s children, disciples
    or followers without controlling one`s own senses,
    one becomes a mere laughing stock.

    Tolerance means to patiently endure unhappiness,
    such as that provoked by the insults or negligence of others.
    One must also sometimes accept material inconvenience
    to carry out the injunctions of the scriptures,
    and that unhappiness also must be patiently endured.

    Truthfulness means that one should speak in a pleasing way
    so that there will be a beneficial effect.
    If one becomes attached to pointing out the faults of others
    in the name of truth, then such fault-finding
    will not be appreciated by saintly persons.

    Cleanliness means to give up material attachment,
    not merely to frequently clean one`s body.

    Real modesty is to be disgusted with improper activities.

    Steadfastness means to control the tongue and the genitals.

    Austerity means to give up lust and sense gratification
    and to observe prescribed vows such as Ekadasi.
    It does not mean inventing whimsical methods
    for torturing the material body.

    Beauty is to possess good qualities such as detachment.

    Real happiness is to transcend material happiness and unhappiness.

    Real misery is to be implicated in searching for sex pleasure.

    Real education means to give up the false idea
    that anything is separate from Lord Krishna, the source of all potencies.

    Real charity means to renounce all aggression toward others.
    If one gives money to charitable causes but at the same time
    engages in exploitative business enterprises or abusive political tactics,
    one`s charity is worth nothing at all.

    Real wealth is to be religious.

    Real heroism is to conquer one`s lower nature.
    Certainly everyone likes to propagate his own fame as a brilliant person,
    but everyone is also subjected to lust, anger, greed and so forth.
    Therefore one has to conquer these lower qualities.

    Real renunciation means to give up one`s false sense of proprietorship
    over one`s family, and not just giving away material objects.

    Equal vision means to give up jealousy and envy and
    to recognize the existence of the soul within every material body.
    One must also see the true spiritual equality of all living entities and all situations.

    Real religious renunciation means that one should serve saintly persons
    who enlighten us with spiritual knowledge.

    A fool is one who identifies with the material body and mind.

    A wise person is one who knows the process of freedom from bondage.

    The wrong path is sense gratification by which the consciousness is bewildered.

    The real path in life is that which leads to Lord Krishna.

    The purpose of life is to transcend materially good and bad qualities
    and come to the liberated platform of pure Krishna consciousness.

    bhave bhave yathā bhaktiḥ
    pādayos tava jāyate
    tathā kuruṣva deveśa
    nāthas tvaḿ no yataḥ prabho

    O Lord of lords, O master, please grant us
    pure devotional service at Your lotus feet, life after life.

    nāma-sańkīrtanaḿ yasya
    sarva-pāpa praṇāśanam
    praṇāmo duḥkha-śamanas
    taḿ namāmi hariḿ param

    I offer my respectful obeisances unto the Supreme Lord, Hari,
    the congregational chanting of whose holy names
    destroys all sinful reactions, and the offering of obeisances
    unto whom relieves all material suffering.

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    Srila Prabhupada comments (SB 1.17.3, purport) that indeed it is a law of nature that one can earn happiness by pleasing the bull and the cow. When the bull and cow are in a joyful mood, it is to be understood that the people of the world are also in a joyous mood.
    When the perfect king, Maharaja Parikshit, was touring the earth, he witnessed a man dressed as a king mercilessly hurting a cow. The saintly king of the world had never even imagined that anyone would think of harming mother cow. A king’s duty is to protect all citizens especially the brahmanas, the cows, the elderly, women and children. The criminal was Kali, the personality of sin personified. At that time, it was the beginning of Kali-yuga, which is the age of quarrel and hypocrisy.

    “The principal sign of Kali-yuga is that lower class sudras, or men without brahminical culture and spiritual initiation will be dressed like administrators or kings and the main business of such rulers will be to kill the innocent animals—especially the cows and bulls who shall be unprotected by the bona fide vaisyas.” (SB 1.17.1, purport)

    The symptoms of Kali-yuga are intoxication, illicit sex, gambling, and animal slaughter. By abstaining from these four vices, we can transcend Kali’s influence. It is not surprising to devotees of the Lord that these ancient words of wisdom have indeed come to pass. The International Society for Krsna Consciousness is working hard to educate and train people in brahminical culture and cow protection.
    The Gomati-vidya by Parasurama says:

    “Wherever the thirsty cow drinks water from, that body of water is as good as the Ganga, Yamuna, Sindhu, or Sarasvati. In the body of the cows, all holy places and rivers are present. Lakshmidevi resides in cow dung. Simply by the cow’s touch and sight, she purifies all living entities. Among all purified objects, she is most pure, and among all auspicious objects, she is the most auspicious.”

    In the Agni Purana, Dhanvantari said to Acharya Susruta:

    “To caress and to bathe the cow is like cleansing ones sinful reactions.”

    According to the Gavopanisad:

    “One should see, offer obeisances to, and circumambulate the cow. By doing so, one is supposed to have circumambulated the entire earth with its seven islands. The cow is the mother of all. She gives happiness to everyone. People who desire prosperity should daily circumambulate the cow.”

    For those interested in spiritual and devotional advancement, milk is said to be religious principles in liquid form. In the Mahabharata it is written:

    “Oh Bharata, nothing is rare for a devotee of the cow. Whatever such devotees desire, they achieve. A lady who is devoted to the cow can have her desires fulfilled by the cow’s mercy. One who desires a son or a daughter, who desires wealth, one who desires piety, or knowledge — all can get their desires fulfilled by the mercy of the cow.”

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    It is said that cows and brahmanas belong to the same family. They are both in the mode of goodness. The brahmanas are qualified to chant Vedic mantras, and the cows supply the ingredients for sacrifices. Parasurama said in the Gomati-vidya from Vishnu-dharmottara:

    “Only by the combination of brahmanas and the cows, is the performance of sacrifice for the pleasure of Visnu complete.”

    In fact, Srimad-Bhagavatam 1.8.21 indicates that human prosperity depends on two items: brahminical culture and cow protection. Lord Krishna in never satisfied where these are lacking.
    In the Brihat Parasara-smriti, it is written:

    “Simply by eating grass, the cows give us milk. From milk, ghee is produced by which demigods become satisfied. So how can one neglect the cow ? Simply by her association, a person becomes purified. By serving her, one achieves unlimited wealth, and by donating cows, one can transfer himself to heaven. There is no wealth superior to the cow. All the demigods reside in different parts of her body. By serving the cow with devotion, Lord Hari becomes pleased. Her milk nourishes human beings. How can such a cow not be worshipable.”

    Actually, the cow is one of the seven mothers, for she nourishes us with her milk, the miracle of aggregate food values, and other milk products. Many mothers who cannot nurse their babies, turn to cow’s milk. In the same way as a father supplies food for the family, the bull is meant to help in the production of grains and vegetables by plowing the fields. Srila Prabhupada states:

    “The bull is the emblem of the moral principle (dharma), and the cow is the representative of the earth.” (SB 1.16.18, purport)

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