Gau Seva

Cows are mothers of world – ved

Shri Devkuba Gaushala Trust respects every living creature alike, no matter whether it is a human being, plant or animal and bird. Ashram members believe in the Indian culture of living in harmony with the nature and world. That is the reason we are into animal welfare as much as in other welfare activities.

‘Shri Devkuba Ashram’ committed to work with a dedicated mission of Cow Protection and Avail people to cow importance to the world. We are serving and maintaining a unsheltered Cows which are served purely nourished and well maintained here at Goshala with traditional Indian Vedic way.

Shrimad Bhadwat Katha


Shri Rushi Bapu is a renowned exponent of the shrimad bhagwat katha and has been reciting krishna Kathas for over eight years throughout the world. The overall ethos of his Katha is universal peace and spreading the message of Styam Param Dhimahi. While the focal point is the scripture itself, Bapu draws upon examples from other religions and invites people from all faiths to attend the discourses. His childhood under the care of his Guruji, Vardacharya Maharaj – Melkota village Benglur.

The Bhāgavata Purāṇa (Devanagari: भागवतपुराण), also known as Śrīmad Bhāgavata Mahā Purāṇa, Śrīmad Bhāgavatam or Bhāgavata, literally meaning Divine-Eternal Tales of The Supreme Lord) is one of the maha (Sanskrit: ‘great’) Puranic texts of Hinduism, with its focus on bhakti (religious devotion) to Supreme God Vishnu (Narayana), primarily focusing on Krishna.The Bhagavata Purana includes many stories well known in Hinduism, including the various avatars of Vishnu and the life and pastimes of his complete incarnation, Krishna or Svayam Bhagavan. It was the first Purana to be translated into a European language, with three French translations made also between 1840 and 1857. The Padma Purana categorizes Bhagavata Purana as a Sattva Purana (Purana which represents goodness and purity).Veda Vyasa is accredited for being the author of Bhagavata Purana.

The Bhagavata Purana is considered to be the purest and greatest of all the puranas since it invokes devotion towards Lord Vishnu and his various incarnations, primarily focusing on Krishna since he was the complete incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The Bhagavata Purana truly reveals the means for becoming free from all material work, together with the processes of pure transcendental knowledge, renunciation and devotion to Lord Vishnu and anyone who seriously tries to understand, hears and chants the verses of the Bhagavata Purana with devotion to Lord Vishnu, becomes completely liberated from material bondage and attains moksha or liberation from the cycle of births and deaths in the material world.

Samuh Lagna

samuh lagnaSumuh Lagna is new wise concept of saving money for biggest expenses of wedding. Arranging many marriages at the same time, Inviting same relatives that’s help saving lots of money. The new trend helping allot in middle and lower middle class families.

Our Devkuba Ashram has accepted and implemented this new concept of samuh lagna and help to those families in terms of financial crises.



AstrologyThe first thing that the would-be astrologer should do is discard the idea that all forms of astrology is superstition mingled with the paranormal which can only be understood by mystics steeped in occult lore. Today, some astrology is presented this way, but this is not true “traditional astrology”. Did you know that Astrology was considered science in man’s early history? And some still do,with good reason (you will find out why later). Also until just a short time ago it was considered the same as astronomy, an extension of it if you will, and uses the same tables as do the astronomer and the navigator. In this way our pujya vishwesvari mataji can say the future of humanity after seeing the lines of hands. She had’t studying but by the divine blessings she can do.


Satsang Shibir

Satsang ShibirSatsang is a Sanskrit word that means “gathering together for the truth” or, more simply, “being with the truth.” Truth is what is real, what exists. So all there is, is Truth. Whenever something increases your experience of the Truth, it opens your Heart and quiets your mind. Conversely, whenever something,. such as a thought, fear, or judgment, limits or narrows your experience of the Truth, the Heart contracts and the mind gets busier. We are all equally endowed with this capacity to discriminate the Truth. Thus, the true teacher, or satguru, is within you, and satsang, or being with the Truth, is endless. You have always been here in the embrace of your true nature as aware, loving space. You have always been in satsang.

Truth is too simple for words
before thought gets tangled up in nouns and verbs
there is a wordless sound
a deep breathless sigh
of overwhelming relief
to find the end of fiction
in this ordinary
yet extraordinary moment
when words are recognized
as words
and truth is recognized
as everything else


Sankhya Yog Meditation

meditation-vector-illustration-23701740The Sankhya Yog Meditation Removes all kinds of stress

Sankhya :Samkhya or Sankhya (Sanskrit: सांख्य, IAST: sāṃkhya) is one of the six orthodox schools of Hindu philosophy. It is described as the rationalist school of Indian philosophy.It is most related to the Yoga school of Hinduism, and its rationalism was influential on other schools of Indian philosophies.

Sāmkhya is an enumerationist philosophy whose epistemology accepted three of six Pramanas as the only reliable means of gaining knowledge. These included Pratyakṣa (perception), Anumāṇa (inference) and Sabda (Āptavacana, word/testimony of reliable sources).

Samkhya is strongly dualist. Sāmkhya philosophy regards the universe as consisting of two realities; Purusa (consciousness) and prakriti (matter). Jiva (a living being) is that state in which purusa is bonded to prakriti in some form. This fusion, state the Samkhya scholars, led to the emergence of buddhi (“spiritual awareness”) and ahankara (individualized ego consciousness, “I-maker”).

Yoga :In Vedic Sanskrit, the more commonly used, literal meaning of the Sanskrit word yoga which is “to add”, “to join”, “to unite”, or “to attach” from the root yuj, already had a much more figurative sense, where the yoking or harnessing of oxen or horses takes on broader meanings such as “employment, use, application, performance” (compare the figurative uses of “to harness” as in “to put something to some use”). All further developments of the sense of this word are post-Vedic. More prosaic moods such as “exertion”, “endeavour”, “zeal”, and “diligence” are also found in Epic Sanskrit.

Meditation : If we examine our life we will discover that most of our time and energy is devoted to mundane activities, such as seeking material and emotional security, enjoying sensory pleasures, or establishing a good reputation. Although these things can make us happy for a short time, they are not able to provide the deep lasting contentment that we long for. Sooner or later our happiness turns into dissatisfaction, and we find ourselves engaged in the pursuit of more worldly pleasures. Directly or indirectly, worldly pleasures cause us mental and physical suffering by stimulating attachment, jealousy, and frustration. Moreover, seeking to fulfil our own desires often bring us into conflict with others.

The purpose of meditation is to cultivate those states of mind that are conducive to peace and well-being, and to eradicate those that aren’t.

If true fulfilment can’t be found in worldly pleasures, then where can it be found? Happiness is a state of mind, therefore the real source of happiness lies in the mind, not in external circumstances. If our mind is pure and peaceful we’ll be happy, regardless of our external conditions, but if it is impure and unpeaceful, we will never find happiness, no matter how much we try to change our external conditions.The purpose of meditation is to cultivate those states of mind that are conducive to peace and well-being, and to eradicate those that aren’t. Only human beings can do this. Animals can enjoy food and sex, find homes, hoard wealth, subdue their enemies, and protect their family; but they cannot completely eliminate suffering and attain lasting happiness. It would be a great shame if we were to use our precious human life only to achieve results that even animals can achieve. If we wish to avoid such a wasted life and fulfil the real purpose of being born human we must devote our self to the practice of the stages of the path to enlightenment.

ultimate peace is a state of soul and supreme power. Therefore the real source of happiness lies in the supreme power, not in external circumstances.



ins_indexpic“Santvani” is made up of two Hindi words. “Sant”, which means Saint and “Vani”, which means Sayings. Santvani should be considered a haven for relaxing, peaceful and joyful music. According to hindu calender every fifth day (Sud Pacham) santavni is arranged in our Shri devkuba Ashram. every kind of the artist take part in this divine occasion from all over Gujarat and India.


Batuk Bhojan

batuk_bhojan_1_bigOur Shri Devkuba Ashram believe that Children are GOD.Our Ashram also works in Slum which is stay in Ardoi. Every fifth day our Ashram organized a holy food festival which name is Batuk this festival it had invite to all children who live in Ardoi. Our Ashram’s trustee are Parents for all the slum children. they served food them with great love and spirituality. With great satisfaction we celebrated that Batuk Bhojan!!!!


Vyasan Mukti

Anti-Smoking-1_zps6217f313To manage the feelings by the use of external stimulation is called addiction. Sometimes people uses substances as like drugs, alcohol, smoking materials, cannabis, heroine, sleeping pills, amphetamines or pop pills and tobacco etc. and give the birth of many incurable diseases and destroy the constructive and creative powers of mind. For momentary relaxation, life turned into lifelong dependency and severe pain. We called it drug abuse and further turn into character defects as like falsehood, stealing, pretensions and traitors.

According to psychiatrist, only ten to fifteen percent people could get complete diagnosis. Eighty to ninety percent people remained into confinement of drug addiction throughout the life inspite of expensive treatment. Medical wing of shankhya yoga meditaion and Our Ashram orgenized Vasan mukati camp on the basis of experiences and experiments. Meditation could meet with the challenges of drug abused people effectively and rehabilitated thousands of life including several youth.

Welcome To Grow – Trees

tree-plantation-rachana-stones-1Save the Environment and you will Save the Life and Future.
We can plant trees on community or public lands and gift flowers, fruit, fodder and forest produce to communities and living creatures. Our Ashram Try to greet someone with trees to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, festival or special occasion or to offset your carbon emissions.

Trees for the Future is dedicated to planting trees with rural communities in the developing world, enabling them to restore their environment, grow more food, and build a sustainable future. So if you want to save our mother nature from further destruction please do contribute because your little contribution is the only thing that is needed for the big cause of conservation.


Blood Donation

12-fb_blooddonateGive Blood to Save Lives
Scarcity of blood is one of the major causes for loss of precious lives. Even affluent people find it difficult to procure blood. In such a scenario, provision of safe and quality blood for the under-privileged is almost unimaginable. However, shree Devkuba Asharam has made this possible and today it is one of the best blood camp in Ardoi Village. Last year we collected 400 bottles and send to Saurastra Voluntary Blood Bank, Rajkot.


Vedic Yagya

IMG_20150504_125721Yagya is a consciousness based method originated form India. By means of the yagya performances the specially trained vedic pandits enhance the positive effects of life for a certain of people or for a group of peoples, and release or dissolve the negative effects.In Hinduism, yajña is a ritual of offerings accompanied by chanting of Vedic mantras derived from the practice in the historical Vedic religion. Yajna is an ancient ritual of offering and sublimating the havana sámagri “herbal preparations” in the fire.

The sublime meaning of the word yajna is derived from the Sanskrit verb yaj, which has a threefold meaning of worship of deities (devapujana), unity (sangatikarana) and charity (dána). An essential element is the ritual fire – the divine Agni – into which oblations are poured, as everything that is offered into the fire is believed to reach God. For this region we should do vedic yagya everyday.