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In the sacred land of India, when the loss of religion, society against the evils and religion began to conduct, then the great saints, philosopher and social reformer are born on the earth, which provided a new inspiration to a dormant consciousness.

This great man Goplmaniji was born on June 5, 1958, Dham Gangotri in Uttarakhand Chianyali saur block of the district uttrakshai village Badsi, a simple religious devoted Brahman Late dhani Ram Nautiyal and Mrs. Rameshwari Devi's house

From childhood he started to serve cows and chanting Hanuman Chalisa and Texts like ramcharith manas, this habit took him to get an admission in Vishwanath Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya .

After completing the degree of shastri, he received Shiksha Shastri title from Lal Bahadur Shastri Degree College at convergent. He also received the title of vyakarnacharya from Ramanuja's Sanskrit mahavidyalaya. Thereafter he also worked for a while as a teacher in central school. Beginning of your spiritual journey occurred after the hearing Shrimedhagwat fiction in Kurukshetra to Holiness Sant Shri Dongre ji Maharaj. The aim of "Gopal Golok Dham Trust” is to spread culture of gau Ganga throughout India and to encourage natural healing. India is an Adhyatamparayana country. Western countries where the work activities and policies are motivated by selfishness, While charitable primacy in India. For our self to hurt or kill any creature to her iniquity has been considered. Indian culture has never accepted it. As far as the question of cow from the start of our sage cow is regarded as best creatures of nature by our rishi muni, also cow is considered the mother of the world. In the Vedas the cow called as "aghnya". It is shown Awdhy the cow, ie in any case cannot be cow slaughter. "Aghany" means - which is neither one nor troubling themselves suffered. So from the start Indian rulers protect the state to Govansh, and regarded it Awdhy. In those days the cow campaign was sentenced to life.


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