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Donate for gaushala in Bihar

Dhyan Foundation is raising funds for expanding the capacity of our gaushala in Darbhanga, Bihar.
It is presently home to over 100 stray cattle rescued by AWBI officers from illegal slaughterhouses.

We require funds for-

  1. Shed construction
  2. Fencing
  3. Medicine and veterinary doctor
  4. Electricity
  5. Fodder

Your contribution will help save stray cattle from -

  1. Painful death from feeding on toxic wastes and plastics
  2. Surviving on sewer water
  3. Harsh winter chill
  4. Inhumane treatment by butchers
  5. Clean the city 
  6. Solve traffic problems created by stray cattle on roads

This contribution is exempted by income tax department under section- 80G

Bank details -

Account Details for transfer of funds (For Indian Nationals/NRI/People with Indian Passport):

Dhyan Foundation: Savings Account #00921000102439
IFSC Code: HDFC0000092
HDFC Bank, GK 1, New Delhi

Account Details for transfer of funds (For People with Non-Indian Passports):

Dhyan Foundation: Savings Account #00921170000063
IFSC Code: HDFC0000092
HDFC Bank, GK 1, New Delhi

Dhyan Foundation is registered under Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA)
For any queries, contact: +91-9910208438


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