If you aren't looking for it, you'd probably miss it. Tucked somewhere in the by-lanes of the crowded Bhuleshwar bazaar is the Bombay Panjrapole, a 176-year-old infirmary that primarily looks after 350 cows and other stray animals like donkeys, hens, birds, dogs, goats, parrots and ducks.A charitable trust & non-profit institution.
Infirmary dedicated to taking care of cows & other stray animals.
Rearing high grade Gir Cows for production of milk.
Ownership of land for the purpose, in North Mumbai and on the Gujarat Border.
The shelter, painted bright blue, spreads across a sprawling two acres within the congested market; it is airy and calm. The only sounds you hear are those of fluttering pigeons at the courtyard kabutarkhana, or cows mooing in the sheds.