Who we are
The goal of the Venkatesh Foundation is to live for others, not just for ourselves. There is a need for empowerment in many areas around us today, in society and in the country. Contribute as much as you can. Want to accommodate others in this work
Every work done by the Venkatesh Foundation is based on the five principles of public participation, technological support, design and construction of public interest initiatives, vision and transformation.
The various initiatives have been implemented in the Venkatesh Foundation which received a lot of media attention. The work started with a noble spirit of social service was supported by all the media.
What we do for you
Mr. Sachin Shinde
Mr. Sachin Shinde - Director, Shinde, Gandhi, Chavan AssociatesGoshanvardhan in Goshala was a new idea. In order to breed the native cows, good quality arrangements were made and different breeds of Khilar, Lal Kandhar, Devani, Gare cows and calves were seen. Modernity was associated with the preservation of culture.
Mr. Sureshji Wable
Mr. Sureshji Wable - Shirdi Institute, Shirdi, President, All India Multistate FederationAfter visiting Goshala, Vichar got a better direction. We got to see the best quality milk, ghee, cow dung, vermicompost, incense and agarbatti made from cow dung. We got to see a good example of a financially viable goshala with care.
Mr. Kadubhau Kale
Shri Kadubhau Kale - Chairman, Nagebaba Industries GroupThe right to meaning and religion is the foundation of society. Products made from cow dung are healthy and should be used by all of us. Good luck for the next journey.
Mr. Suresh Kajve
Mr. Suresh KajveHinduism and its culture is the foundation of strong nation building. The importance of cows in religion is uniquely simple. It is a matter of pride that the popular breed of cow is being bred in this place.
Farmer, Balasaheb Dodke
Farmer, Balasaheb Dodke - Progressive FarmerIndia is an agricultural country. The place of cow in religion is like God. In order to enrich the agricultural sector, cow urine, dung and vermicompost made from cow dung can be enriched by using it in daily life. Every farmer should raise at least one cow.
H.B.P. Sandipan Maharaj Hasegaonkar