In the year 2004, Shri Devadas Rao (Guruji), Yogacharya and spiritual teacher belonging to the Himalayan tradition, founder of Shri Shaktidarshan Yogashram at Kinnigoli near Mulki, Karnataka, embarked upon a mission to promote the dwindling native Indian breeds of Cows. Realising their importance and their roles in the spiritual welfare of human beings, others also joined hands with Guruji and thus was conceptualized Surabhivana Gaushala. Surabhivana was established in the year 2004 at polali, Karnataka, India. In the year 2007 District Collector of Mangalore allotted 20 acres of land at Kompadhavu Village near Mangalore Airport, to develop this cow-shelter. It has more than 120 cows now. The sole objective of Surabhivana is to preserve, propagate and promote extensive breeding of native Indian cows by bringing about awareness amongst the masses. The trust seeks to revive the ancient reverence for cattle as being nature's gift to humanity and to promote the ancient system of living and working along-side these bovine creatures.
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