Gow Gram Yatra Finale at Nagpur

published on January 18, 2010

Valedictory function of Gou Gram Yatra in Nagpur

Save the cow to save the existence of the world

–Baba Ramdev

Nagpur, January 17: After exhorting the whole country in 108 days the Viswha Mangal Gou Gram Yatra today concluded at Reshim Bagh Ground of Nagpur. Addressing the massive concluding ceremony here today noted Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev described the cow as the foundation of atmaupachar (self treatment) and atmasakshatkar (self realization). He said the cow is the symbol of rashtrodaya (national uplift) through gramodaya (village uplift). “The cow is not a communal creature rather she looks after all without any discrimination. If we fail to protect the cow today we may lose our existence soon,” he warned.

He called upon the people to contribute in the cow protection as per their capacity. He said the consumption of cow urine in the morning everyday keeps many diseases away and the chance of constipation is no more at all. He said a cow can provide sufficient money through her urine and dung only even if she does not give milk. He assured to purchase the cow urine in any quantity at Rs seven per litere.

RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat appealed to the countrymen to give the cow a place in their practical life. He said the cow would not be protected only by shouting slogans and she would have to be given a place in the practical life by all of us. He said there was a time when the talk of cow and the village used to be termed as backward but today it has been proved wrong and it is the part of prime agenda of discussion and development even in this modern age. He said the more the cities would expand the more they would become news less. “Everyone in the village recognizes each other and it is a disciplined life even without any controlling system,” he said describing the cow-based life as the best life.

The huge gathering turned to Reshim Bagh Ground indicated as if the whole city turned to extend its support to the cause of cow protection. The entire ground was packed to its capacity. Besides Yog Guru Baba Ramdev and RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat, Karvir Peeth Shankaracharya Shri Nrisingh Bharati Saraswati, president of Acharya Mahasabha Swami Dayananda Saraswati, Gokarna Peethadhishwar Shankaracharya Shri Raghaveshwara Bharati Swamiji, Jain saint Shri Pavitra Sagar Maharaj, Buddhist saint Shri Bhante Jnan Jagat Mahara, Neo Buddhist saint Shri Bhadant Rahul Baudhi, Maulana Bashir Qdari and others also expressed their resolve for cow protection.

Prior to the concluding ceremony, the Gou Gram Yatra Samiti leaders including national working president Dr HR Nagendra, national secretary Shri Shankar Lal, Dr Dinesh, etc. visited Deeksha Bhomi and paid tribute to Bharat Ratna Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar.

Addressing the gathering national secretary Dr Shankarlal said the Yatra toured the whole country in 108 days and over 10,000  upyatras exhorted each and every village, city and street of the country. He said not only the Hindus but the Christians and Muslims too extend their support to the cause of cow protection. He said thousands of social organisations of the country participated in various functions of the Yatra.

He pointed out that the signature campaign conducted during the Yatra proved the biggest signature campaign ever conducted in the world. He said crores of people extended their support to the cause of cow protection through this campaign.

He said Shankaracharyas, Ramanujacharyas, Madhvacharyas, Ramanandacharyas, Mahamandaleshwars, Akharas, Jain saints, Buddhist saints, Namdhari saints, Valmiki saints, Ramsnehi sect, Gayatri Parivar, Brahmakumari Ishwariya Vishwavidyalaya, Patanjali Yogapeetha, Art of Living, Chinmaya Mission and many other organisations extended full support to the Yatra.

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