Introduction of GVAK
This project was established in 1996. At present 450 cattle are in the Goshala campus which are saved form the hands of butchers. Near about 420 cattle are non-milch types. Yet they are able to sustain themselves by providing valuable cow dung and urine. Nearly cent percent utilization of cow dung & cow urine is being achieved at this place. Project is self sufficient for day-to-day expenses of cattle. For R & D works, construction activities & publication of literature in various regional languages, benevolent societies & donors are regularly approached for generous donations for this noble cause. The Institution has been very successful in proving scientifically the utility of Panchgavya (cow dung, urine, milk, curd, ghee, buttermilk) in agriculture, human health and animal health as well as in the preparation of utility products beneficial to all sections of the society.
GVAK motivates scientists working in allied fields of Research and Development by organizing Scientific Seminars and conferences. GVAK helps & guides students doing PhD, MD, M.Pharm, M.Sc. etc.
The research efforts of GVAK resulted in four US patents and one Chinese, Africa & other countries patent granted to cow urine distillate. Also one global patent is granted to cow urine + neem & garlic based pest repellant (kitniyantrak)
Two clinics with 10 vaidyas, doctors, experts cater to the needs of patients suffering from Skin Diseases, Eczema, Psoriasis, GIT disorders, Obesity. Renal & Urinary system failures, Leucoderma, Cough & Cold, Diabetes, Cancer, Piles, Gynecological Diseases, Pediatrics, Arthritis, General Debility, Worm, Pruritis, neurological problems, Oedema Anasarca, Asthma Other Respiratory Diseases, Cardio-Vascular Diseases etc.
In 16 year span , more than 50 thousands of the patients have been exceptionally benefitted through Panchgavya Ayurved Therapy.
More than ten thousand (10,000) farmers, tribal, Gopalaks, vaidyas and doctors, Goshala-keepers have been benefitted through intensive training & coaching on various issues in last 16 years at Deolapar.