Bansi Gir Gauveda
Bansi Gir Gauveda is on a mission to serve humanity by offering highly potent Ayurvedic supplements by exploiting synergies of Cow (“Gau” or “Go”) rearing and Ayurveda. We are part of Bansi Gir Gaushala, a leading centre of excellence in Gopalan (Gau rearing and breeding), and research into Ayurveda and organic farming.
Gaumata is regarded very highly in ancient Bharatiya (Indian) culture and Ayurveda, and its products are considered to be extremely potent, especially when combined with Ayurvedic herbs.
Ayurveda is an ancient health care tradition that has been practiced in Bharat (India) for at least 5,000 years. The word comes from the Sanskrit term Ayur (life) and Veda (knowledge).
Bansi Gir Gauveda is an effort to exploit the synergies between Gaupalan and Ayurveda. Modern science has recognized that Gau based products are bio-enhancers, significantly improving the potency of herbal supplements when they are mixed or processed in them.
Bansi Gir Gaushala
Bansi Gir Gaushala was established in 2006 by Shri Gopalbhai Sutariya as an effort to revive, regain and re-establish Bharat’s ancient Vedic culture. In Vedic traditions, the "Cow" was revered as Divine Mother, the Gomata, and one which bestows health, knowledge and prosperity. In Sanskrit, the word “Go” also means “Light”. Over time, the Gaushala has emerged as the leading centre of excellence in Bharat for Gopalan, inspiring many in its vicinity and across Bharat for its high standards of ‘Gau’ care and conservation of indigenous Gir breed of Gomata.
The Gaushala is spread out on a campus of 376,000 sq yards, and nurtures and protects more than 700 Gaus’ and Nandi’s of the Gir variety. Here Gomata’s are milked in accordance with the ancient Vedic practice of “dohan” (derived from “do” meaning two) wherein calf is free to feed to its satisfaction from two “anchals” while the remaining two are left to obtain milk for human consumption. The Gomata’s are left to graze on land nourished with organic fertilizers. Ayurvedic herbs are also added to the dry feed (non-GMO and as far as possible organic) based on weather and season to enhance Her health and vitality.
Ayurveda is the science of life, with ‘Ayur’ meaning life and ‘Veda’ meaning knowledge. Ayurveda as.a healing system has been practiced in Bharat for over 5000 years. Ayurveda aims to bring about a balance between the “panchmahabhoot” the 5 primal elements of existence – space, air, water, fire and earth. This it does by recognizing the “tridoshas” or the 3 fundamental types of elemental imbalances in the body. It is one of the most comprehensive wellness and healing systems in the world that seeks to identify and correct the root cause of disharmony affecting the body, mind and spirit.
A fundamental objective of Ayurveda is prevention first. It attempts to educate people to take care of their health through correct diet, sleep and lifestyle. Ayurveda employs a wide variety of tools and techniques to treat illness, and is a rich source of information and insights on herbs. The Gomata is regarded very highly in ancient Bharatiya culture and Ayurveda, and its products are considered to be extremely potent, especially when combined with Ayurvedic herbs. Modern science has recognized that Gau based products are bio-enhancers, significantly improving the potency of herbal supplements when they are mixed or processed in them.