About SBVKT

About NGO

SHRADHA BHAKTI VISWA KALYAN TRUST is a public charitable and welfare body which provides facilities to the needy for the benefit of society at large platform with the purpose to provide welfare to Animals, Artisans, Artists, Beggars, Children, Disaster Affected/Relief to them, Community, Conservation, Environment, Climate Change Affected Farmers / Farm Labourers, Girl Child, HIV+, Homeless Orphans, Patients, Physically challenged, plants, Rural poor, Urban poor. Also promotes Digital Child Education, Women Empowerment, Yoga and meditation, urban & rural development, education for free, employment generation , environment protection, sanitization(swachhata abhiyan), Spirituality, humanity, peace, nature and culture through participatory approach focusing children, adolescents and women. We already have stepped out and started changing the world. Shradha Bhakti Viswa Kalyan Trust is founded by highly motivated, educated and experienced professionals with the aim of social welfare including all levels of society and communities as a public charitable nonprofit non-governmental organization (NGO) under government of India laws.

The Shradha Bhakti Viswa Kalyan Trust have dedicated their lives to serve others because they have a driving passion to help other people, live their best life stories. Work as a catalyst in bringing sustainable change in the lives of underprivileged communities, in Cow Protection Movement (Gau Raksha Abhiyan) and inspired many such organisations, youth and women, with a life-cycle approach of development, enable the civil society across the world to engage proactively in the change process through the philosophy of civic driven change. Adopt highest standards of governance to emerge as a leading knowledge and technology driven, innovative and scalable international development organization. Support Shradha Bhakti Viswa Kalyan trust in empowering millions around the world to forge their own paths out of poverty, while combating climate change, increasing opportunity for girls and women, Social Upliftment, Equality and reducing preventable disease.

सर्वकामदुधे देवि सर्वतीर्थीभिषेचिनि || पावने सुरभि श्रेष्ठे देवि तुभ्यं नमोस्तुते ||

Sarvakaamdudhe devi sarvatithirbhishechini l Pavane surbhi shreshte devi tubhyam namostute ll

Cows and Krishna have always been together. In his original form in the spiritual world, Krishna is a cowherd boy in the agricultural community of Goloka (“cow planet”) Vrindavan, where he keeps unlimited, transcendental Surabhi cows. When he descends to earth, Krishna brings a replica of Vrindavan with him, and he spends his childhood tending cows and calves while playing in the pasturing grounds with his friends. His example shows the importance of cows to human society, the practical benefits of caring for them, and the advantages of an agrarian economy based on cooperation between man and cows. Krishna established the original economic system, varnashrama-dharma, for the spiritual and material progress of all living beings. Protected cows are a major component of this system, Cows are considered one of the mothers of humankind because cow’s milk when properly prepared is perfectly suited to maintain human life. Milk can be made into a wide variety of preparations, such as yogurt and butter, which are also essential ingredients for use in the ceremonial worship of Krishna in his transcendental deity form.

In his famous book of instructions for humankind, the Bhagavad-gita, Krishna mentions cow protection as one of the prime duties of any civilized society. The Bible also tells us that cow-killing is as punishable as killing a human being. The belief is that the cow is representative of divine and natural beneficence and should therefore be protected and venerated. The cow has also been associated with various deities, notably Shiva whose steed is Nandi, a bull, Indra closely associated with Kamadhenu, the wish-granting cow, Krishna a cowherd in his youth, and goddesses in general because of the maternal attributes of many of them. We have read in Hindu mythology that Cow is considered to be the most sacred animal. Cow is also called as Kama Dhenu.

We have heard in our mythology or from our elders that we can get “Punya (Blessings)” by feeding them. There are various ways you could volunteer and support this venture.

Gaudana: You could donate an old age/ ill or new cattle to Pushp Gaushala and they will take complete responsibility of the Gau (Cattle) that you have given them. Here you could extend monitory support if you wish to donate new cattle in your name to Gaushala.

Gaugrass: You could feed the exiting cattle’s by contributing Gaugrass. Here you could lend grass or extend monitory support to buy grass for a particular period.

Gauseva: You could volunteer and visit the venture and do some sort of seva to these cattle’s.

We are Focus

  • Rehabilitating and providing education, shelter and food to economically backward, child labourers, disabled, orphans and semi-orphans.
  • Sensitizing destitute women and adolescent girls for their rights & entitlements.
  • Spreading awareness about Yoga and meditation.
  • Women Empowerment and promoting SHGs.
  • Sponsoring midday meals and groceries for old age groups, to enable them to get timely food.
  • Providing relief and rehabilitation to the victims of Natural Calamities like floods and droughts.
  • Enlightening and educating the indigenous people and remote rural masses.
  • Spreading awareness among the public on health & sanitation, education, environment Protection, Gaushal and Gau Medical treatment, Gau Raksha Abhiyan, consumer rights, road safety and other socio-economic rights particularly Human rights.
  • Promoting scientific temper and establish IT in grassroots.
  • Spreading awareness about HIV/ AIDS, TB, Malaria and conduct medical health camps for the remote rural tribes.
  • Organizing seminars, impact studies, workshops, research study and awareness campaign on educational policies, statistics, health, legal issues, women and children developmental activities.
  • Encouraging sustainable agricultural development and organic farming.
  • Establishing unity, integrity and communal harmony.
  • Encouraging adult education among rural masses and slum dwellers.
  • Working for persons with disability.
  • Climate Change, Sanitation (Swachh Bharat) and Community Development.
  • Digital Child Education and Women Empowerment

 

Creating sustainable impact in the lives of vulnerable and marginalized populations is our primary goal. We strive to achieve this by focusing not only on the identified problem but also its social determinants.

We believe that partnering with like-minded organizations including corporate sector will help to enhance reach and impact of our efforts on the ground.