Lord Krishna says in Srimad Bhagavatam, "I can be worshipped within the cows with offering of grass, suitable grain, and other paraphernalia for the pleasure and health of the cows. And one may worship me within the Vaishnavas by offering loving friendship to them and honouring them in all respects."

The conception layout for the Goshala Master plan is inspired from the peacock feather.

The concentric rings of beautiful green and blue hues forming around the deep dark blue nucleus of peacock's eye form the different zones of the 30 acres goshala land.

The cow shelters form the nucleus of the layout surrounded with free roaming area, grazing fields and plantations. The cow shed are spread all around a small Temple for Sri Radha Krishna (GOPALA as the protector of cows) and tulsi gardens, creating a large courtyard for easy access of the Go-palaks to the cowsheds for routine activities.

The main streets (feather stem) is flanked by different facilities and residences along the length.
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