The Kamdhenu Gaushala at Vatsalya Gram provides a continuous supply of fresh milk and other dairy products, all of which are manufactured in-house. Keeping in line with the traditions and the culture, the cow is honored and worshipped as the mother at Vatsalya Gram, and as a sign of respect, is given residence at a clean and well maintained cow shed.
The National Martyr’s Museum has been planned to contain
- Blood captioned exhibits of Indian martyrs
- Proud descriptions of young martyrs aged between 10 and 20 years
- Touching Portraits of different freedom movement and 1st war of Independence of 1857
- Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose's march for the liberation of the country
- Different attractive and encouraging Jhankies of freedom struggle of India
- Libraries for the Research Scholars on different subjects including freedom struggle
There are separate rooms for girls, each room shared amongst 2-4 girls. The hostel has several toilet and bathing facilities for the girls and also has a kitchen where all the meals for the girls are prepared.
Here tribal girls and women get vocational training and are trained to develop skills in various crafts such as embroidery, glass bead works, candle making, bakery and food processing.
Vatsalaygram is replete with a state of the art hospital. The hospital is spread over an area of 40,000 square feet. The hospital also has 2 operation theatres, one diagnostic laboratory, one X-ray unit, one dental clinic, a pharmacy, a neo natal nursery unit, pediatrics ward, female ward, OPD room, physiotherapy unit, emergency / casualty.There is also an Ayurveda hospital that is run on the premises. The hospital has separate naturopathy treatment blocks for men and women. There are provisions of steam bath, oil therapy, hot and cold baths, spinal baths, facial sauna, yoga therapy and ayurvedic massage as well..
Built in a total area of 1,00,000 sq. feet, the Meera Madhav guest House has 58 double bed rooms. There are a total of 6 dormitories of 50 beds each, and 40 AC rooms for guests who wish to spend their time at the ashram. The guest house is fully equipped to serve about 400 days per day on an average.