इस प्रोजेक्ट का उद्देशय है की जो लोग सेवा करना चाहते है वो मासिक या एकमुश्त राशि दान दे सकते है. जो भी पैसा इस प्रोजेक्ट से आता है वो सारा पैसा माँ गंगा की सफारी और गौ माता के विकास के लिए खर्च किया जायेगा. हमारे देश में गंगा को साफ़ करने के और गौ माता को बचाने के लिए बहुत प्रोग्राम और दान आया परन्तु दुःख है की अभी भी बहुत काम होना बाकी है. हम शहर – शहर जाकर लोगो को शिक्षित करेंगे और उन्हें गंगा और गौ माता की अहमियत बताएँगे. जिससे लोग माँ गंगा और गौ माता की रक्षा कर सके.
In Hindu religion, River Ganga is very sacred. Ganga is considered to be the goddess or river. The river and Goddess Ganga are worshipped and water is known to have healing properties. The irrigating waters of River Ganga physically make lands fertile in India and abundant in several crops. River Ganga has much importance for Indians. Both non-Hindus and Hindus feel the value of this majestic river which serves as a symbol of the country.
Ganga is one of the most celebrated rivers in India due to her great gifts to Indians –
The water of River Ganga is available all the year round as it is a perennial river. The river has formed the very fertile flood plains in India. It provides the golden crops to us from the fertile lands on its banks.
Gau, is ancient Sanskrit name of Zebu or Bos Indicus species of cow that has evolved in Indian subcontinent all along with our ancestors.
In India, especially Hindus consider her sacred. Hindus worship cow in India. Cow dung is used for various purposes, it is a great manure. Cow dung flat disks are used in Holi. Cow’s urine is also used in religious functions. Cow is also called as Farmers Friends, they earn money by selling her milk. A cow is a calm, gentle and a giving animal.
The cow is one the most domesticated animal. People are keeping cows from generations. She is kind and calm animal. It is a good source of milk. Her milk has Vitamin D and Calcium, which are very good for our bones. Her milk is a great source of protein, it contains all of the essential amino acids. People use her milk for tea, coffee, ice-creams, juices, and sweets too. We can make curd, paneer, cheese from her milk.