Bird feeding per week

Birds of various species, including parrots, galahs, peacocks, chickens, and roosters, consider the Mohanji Centre of Benevolence their home. They are lovingly and unconditionally fed three times a day, receiving nourishment, care, and compassion. The centre serves as a sanctuary for these birds, providing them with a safe and nurturing environment where they can thrive and flourish, surrounded by the love and support they deserve.


Benefits of Feeding Birds

Understanding the impact and importance of feeding birds:

  1. Achieving harmony: Feeding birds such as peacocks, chickens, roosters, parrots, and others brings spiritual fulfillment and a sense of harmony with the natural world, enhancing our connection with all living beings.
  2. Kindness and Compassion: This act reflects our reverence for the qualities of freedom, joy, and peace that birds symbolize. It’s a way of showing our connection to nature and opening our hearts to the wonders of the natural world.
  3. Good Karma: Feeding birds is believed to attract positive energy and bring happiness and prosperity into our lives. It’s associated with generosity and selflessness, demonstrating a caring attitude towards others.
  4. Connecting with Nature: By nurturing and providing for birds, we cultivate a sense of gratitude for the environment and a desire to protect and care for it, highlighting our role as stewards of the Earth.
  5. Symbolic Gestures: Many faiths consider birds as messengers from the divine. Feeding them can be seen as an act of reverence and gratitude towards the higher power, acknowledging the interconnectedness of all living beings.

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