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GowShala, a Sanskrit word, means the adobe or sancturay for the cows and its progeny as calves, oxen and Bull. (In Sanskrit, Go or Gau or Gow means Cow, Shala means a sanctuary).Named after Hindu monkey God Hanuman (Shree Mahavir isanother name for Hanuman). Shree Jagannath puri GowShala is the sanctuary or the abode for all kinds of cow, calves, oxen and bull whether old, sick, abandoned. Shree Jagannath puri GowShala also recognised by "Animal Welfare Board of India"
The Gowshala is run in the town of Puri & Jatni established in the year 1885 and registered under The Society Registration Act XXI of 1860 no. 5979 of 1932-33 dated 17.03.1933 (located in the east Indian state of Odisha) and an effort to care for these kind, innocent, gentle and lovely animals, that today are the victims and a gainful conduit for so many unlawful means.