Kauai Aadheenam, popularly referred to as Kauai's Hindu Monastery, is a traditional south Indian monastery located on the northern most of the Hawaiian islands, Kauai. It serves as the headquarters for the global activities of Saiva Siddhanta Church, Himalayan Academy and Hindu Heritage Endowment.
The purpose of this fund is to provide for the care, feeding and medical needs of Kauai Aadheenam’s cows (both male and female). This includes dairy supplies, breeding supplies, dairy parlor repair and maintenance, pasture management, fence repair, care and maintenance of the retirement pasture and purchase of additional cows. In addition, funds may be used for the cow barn bicycle repairs or replacement. If there are sufficient funds beyond the above needs they can be used for alternative energy sources such as solar or hydro power for the milking shed and a new dairy barn.
Maattu Pongal 2013
The Cows of Kauai Aadheenam
See the whole process of making cheese at Kauai's Hindu Monastery at the New England Cheesemaking Supply site.
Kauai, Hawaii, USA
This month we feature HHE fund #69, which helps educate children in rural and tribal India.
Fund #38, Encouraging the traditional Hindu arts at Kauai Aadheenam
Supports temple maintenance and daily pujas for the Maha Ganapati Temple of Arizona
This fund provides supplies to the HAF Congressional Internship Program.