Juan Rodriguez (Venezuela), Dr. Irma Garcia (Venezuela), Prof. D. R. Jog (India) and I traveled to Rajasthan to teach Homa Therapy in GoShala’s (Cow Sheds). We were invited by a government organization called Rajasthan Go Sewa Sangh (RGSS). RGSS has over 12 GoShala’s, which can house up to 1500 cows at one time, throughout the state of Rajasthan. Most of the GoShala’s were located deep in the desert, near the Pakistan border. They served as a central point for sometimes up to 100 villages.
Dr. Irma and Prof. Jog returned to Madhya Pradesh while Juan and I continued the work. RGSS cows are treated very well. They are given the best fodder and oil cake foods, however the cows are still suffering from things that cannot be explained. In a shed of over 500 cows maybe 30 to 50 are fit for milk. We toured 9 of the 12 GoShalas, teaching Agnihotra and Tryambakam for 2½ months to. In three GoShalas, we installed a resonance point. This HOMA project is ongoing and is to show:
a) the improvement of the overall health of the cows,
b) the increase in milk production and
c) the nutritional value in the fodder which is grown on the land.
In Pokran which is located in the desert of Rajasthan, the government is conducting regular nuclear testing. This high level of radioactivity is no doubt affecting the people as well as the animals in the area. As word got out about our HOMA HEALING TOUR in the GoShalas, many people would come with ailments and troubles. The most noticeable issues were skin problems, such as, white spots and sores. We made Agnihotra ash and ghee ointment and instructed the people to use it regularly, as well as eat the Agnihotra ash. As for the cows, we taught the people to put Agnihotra ash in the water, food and to use the Agnihotra ash ointment for skin and bone problems. We were able to see some good results in a very short time.
Mary Lee Weir
Belize, Central America
Homa Volunteer in Rajasthan