MBA Gau Wala” (Adi Dadhwal) is a person from a small village called Saloh Beri, Himachal Pradesh, who was completely unaware that he would be known as the “MBA Gau Wala” Most people tend to think that serving cows should be done in old age or after retirement, but Adi Dadhwal chose a different path in his life. He embraced living with the holy cows in the cowsheds, and today, even though he always keeps a low profile on social media, people have started to recognize him as the “MBA Gau Wala”
Yes, after completing an MBA degree, most students focus on finding a good job in a reputable company, earning a decent income, and pursuing their dreams. However, from the perspective of the “MBA Gau Wala” there is no greater service than serving the sacred cow. He believes that it is our duty to support those who are engaged in cow service or running cowsheds because, as the saying goes, “Gau Rakshanti Rakshitah” – protecting the cow protects us. If the cows are saved, humans will be saved; if the cows suffer, humans will also suffer. The conditions of cows in India are deteriorating as the number of cowsheds increases, and similarly, the number of old age homes is on the rise.
In a recent discussion, the “MBA Gau Wala” mentioned that after completing his MBA, many people ridiculed him, questioning why he pursued higher education when cow service was his ultimate goal. According to him, anyone can serve cows, even illiterate individuals, but very few can truly understand the pain of the cow. There is much more to say on this topic, but actions speak louder than words, so it’s better to devote time to service. At the age of 15, he began serving cows in various cowsheds, and he has contributed to many goshalas.
Recently, it has come to my attention that the “MBA Gau Wala” is from Pohari, a small village in Hoshiarpur, Punjab. In Pohari, there is an ancient temple known as the Prachin Ban Ganga Shiv Mandir, which is 5,000 years old and houses a sacred Shivling. Following the guidance of his guru, he is studying and reviving the lost ancient knowledge of Sanatan Dharma, which is related to the sacred cow and the gifts of nature, and has the potential to cure many diseases.