India is known for loving the veneration of its cows and bulls. This is a myth in 21st Century India. We have seen in our Village to Village Animal Welfare Program, that cows and bulls are in the most pathetic condition.
Inspired by our own spirituality, we are extremely saddened and alarmed by the condition of bulls and cows in India and in our local area
Bhakti has amazing curved horns, nobody else has horns like hers, they look like a crown. For other bulls, horns like hers make their head look smaller, but she looks like a Queen.
At the new year, it will be 3 months he has been with us, and although he is still a bit thin, at least he now has a roof over his head and proper daily meals.
It will take a few more years for him to believe that the people who come up to him are ALWAYS just going to do something good.
He was thrown out into the street when he became old and his legs began to hurt. All his life he pulled a heavy cart, and, unfortunately, did not receive proper care.
Everything animate or inanimate that is within the universe is controlled and owned by the Lord. One should therefore accept only those things necessary for himself, which are set aside as his quota, and one should not accept other things, knowing well to whom they belong.