Kamadhenu Gowshala & Foundation was previously a privately run Gowshala established by the founding family out of personal devotion. After being hit suddenly and harshly by the Covid crisis, the founding family's businesses and finances diminished and they were unable to sustain the Gowshala.
The past 12+ months were especially hard. As they were affluent business family, belonging to business community, they had substantial quantities of gold and silver - all of which was sold to sustain the Gowshala operations. The finances deteriorated to an extent that from April 2021, Gowshala standards deteriorated fast, and went from being the best maintained Gowshala to poorly maintained Gowshala. Having no other choice, the family decided to turn the Gowshala into a charitable trust.
With the help of well wishers, the Gowshala has been converted to a state registered trust, being audited, and planned to be run as a not for profit venture. 80(G) and 12A have just been approved.
The Gowshala is spread over 3.5 acre land leased for 10 years, and is located at Mokila, outskirts of Hyderabad, Telangana. The Gowshala houses 450+ cows and calves, most of them rescued or rehoused and rehabilitated. Registration ID is 5/BK-IV/2021 of Telangana State.
With the public support that the Gowshala has got over the last 2 months, Gowshala has since regained it standards and can again claim to be the best maintained Gowshala.