Pranav started the Godham (Diary Farm) in the year 2009 with the introduction of 2 cows. He personally took care of feeding the Cows, bathing them, milking and cleaning their sheds every day. Today Anadi Godham has 138 Indian Gir breed cows.

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Anadi Godham

Spread across almost 5 acres of
land Anadi Godham, currently
houses 177 cows, all Indian breeds.

The cows are taken care of by a
group of efficient caretakers who
also belong to Anadi family.

The Godham provides not only
milk and milk products, but also
manure and compost for our
Soil wellbeing and organic farming

Anadi Farms And Godham
Organic Farming at Anadi

Anadi leased a land of 5 Acres in the villages of Pali in order to initiate Organic farming effortsin the vicinity of the
Old Age Home in May 2015.
 The practices involve use of bio-compost, cow-dung and cow’s urine as a fertilizer and to restore and maintain soil
nutrients. We have been able to reap produce in a particular crop cycle which includes multi-cropping of cereals, vegetables
and other horticultural produce, for the entire year. The concept of symbiotic synergism of one crop to the next was
also kept in mind while following the multi-crop cycle during the year.
Threats: As Anadi was new to Organic farming, the farmers around tried to scare about the failure of crops, without
the use of urea and other fertilizers. Anadi, however, did not deter or sway from its goal and did an absolute organic
farming of crops. The predictions of the farmers failed, reinstating our faith and belief in traditional and organic
farming methods.
Benefits : The outcome was healthy, organic food for the inmates of the ashram. The improvement in health
of our senior citizens was conspicuous with lesser bowel disturbances.
Another important benefit of the farm was that the produce sold to the market contributed towards upkeep of the
senior citizens’ home.

Organic Farms
Bio-Pesticide At Anadi

Biopesticides are certain types of pesticides derived
from natural materials as animals, plants, bacteria, and
certain minerals. For example, canola oil and baking
soda have pesticidal applications and are considered


In addition to controlling pests and diseases,
they produce little toxic residue, and are of
minimal risk to human…
Many biopesticides have a zero or low reentry and handling interval.
Some microbial biopesticides can reproduce
on or near to the target pest / disease,
providing for self-perpetuation