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Go-Krupa Amrutam (Bacterial Culture)

Go-Krupa Amrutam bacterial culture is developed by Bansi Gir Gaushala from panchgavya products and completely natural & Ayurvedic herbs. It is a result of our extensive research and experimentation. This culture has over 40 different strains of friendly bacteria which boost plant growth and immunity. Please click below to download further details in Hindi, Gujarati and English.

Go-Krupa Amrutam - in Hindi

Go-Krupa Amrutam - in Gujarati

Go-Krupa Amrutam - in English

Go-Krupa Amrutam - in Marathi

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Go_Krupa Amrutam Probiotic Bacterial Culture - revolutionary results for farmers

Language - Gujarati


Bansi Gir Gaushala has developed a revolutionary agricultural probiotic, which is being given free of cost to farmers. In this detailed video, Shri Gopalbhai Sutariya talks about its history, how to use it and results achieved by farmers after using this culture



 
 
 
 

The inspiring story of an effort to revive Gau Sanskriti
Language - Gujarati


Shri Gopalbhai Sutariya, Founder - Bansi Gir Gaushala talks to VTV Gujarati News & Beyond about Bansi Gir Gaushala's efforts to revive 'Gau Sanskriti'. He talks about what Vedic Gopalan entails, its beneficial consequences on Agriculture, Medicine & Education.

 

Is Gau Sanskriti the answer to problems facing Bharat & Humanity?
Language - Gujarati


An engaging & eye opening talk by Shri Gopalbhai Sutariya, addressing farmers and dairy business owners about ancient Gopalan, and its benefits to farmers and the country at large.

 

 
 
 
 

Revlution in Farming - Go-Krupa Amrutam Agricultural Probiotic
Language - Hindi


Shri Gopalbhai Sutariya talks about a new revolution in farming - Gir Go-Krupa Amrutam Agricultural Probiotic which has the power to heal and replenish the soil with beneficial friendly bacteria. Developed after many years of research and collaboration with leading Agricultural Acientists and Ayurvedacharya's of Bharat, this culture has over 40 different strains of friendly bacteria and is being offered free to farmers by Bansi Gir Gaushala.

Gauchar - why are grazing fields so important?
Language - Hindi


Shri Gopalbhai Sutariya talks about a critical aspect of Gopalan - Gauchars or grazing fields for Gaumata. He explains how ancient Bharatiya parampara as recently as British colonial rule placed huge emphasis on Gauchar, and the impact of disappearance of Gauchars on farmers as well as consumer health. He also offers some solutions to the problem of vanishing Gauchars.

 
 
 
 

Gauchar - how can we revive & re-establish grazing fields?
Language - Hindi


Bansi Gir Gaushala has extensively studied over 100 varieties of grass, their taste & nutrition value, potential medicinal value and liking of Gaumata. Here, Shri Gopalbhai talks about one such unique variety - Go-Krupa Grass, and its utility in our efforts to revive grazing fields for Gaumata.