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From 2014 to 2016, the government of India has spent the equivalent of 87 million US dollars in cow shelters. The state of Rajasthan has created a Ministry of Cow Affairs as well. There is even a Rashtriya Gokul Mission which encourages the development of goshalas. Goshalas are supported by government funds, but also by charities.To an extent, the cows themselves help support the chargah, as their waste is useful as fertilizer and thus sold.
If you can, a great way to help a chargah is to use biogas from cow waste for all your daily energy needs and give the pecuniary benefits to the shelter. This act will help you go green and also save the environment, not just the animals in the chargah. By using biogas as a renewable form of energy, you can meet two worthy goals through a single action