The doctrine of the Cow scintillates with many meanings in the Veda. The Cow, Calf, Milk, Butter, her lowing, her movement, het fodder, pastures for grazing, the cow-pen, all these are frequently mentioned as elements of an elaborate symbolism, having a definite place and significance in building up the cosmological thought.

If you say, you know veda on tip of your laptop, blessed by internet, it is nothing but example of utter ignorance. Vedas cannot be taught by dry information overload. (“Disinformation does not mean false information. It means misleading information – misplaced, irrelevant, fragmented or superficial information – information that creates the illusion of knowing something, but which in fact leads one away from knowing.” )

Now, when your child is brought up without Cows in immediate surroundings, they severely lack cosmological understanding. Without this understanding, it is difficult to instill universal values in him/her. Without these universal values, it is lunatic indulgence to expect dharmik code of conduct from him. Without dharmik citizens, it is impossible to run Nation with dharmik culture for long.


Gau-shala should be mandatory part of school infrastructure. As soon as possible, irrespective of rural or urban setup.