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Sacredness of the Cow

By: Kyle Randle & Anna Garrett

sixth cows

on 22 April 2010

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The Sacredness Of The Cow The cows were important in ancient indian society because the cows provided milk, butter, and transportation. the people also were able to use their skins for clothes when they died. The cows were protected in india by a hindu law that keeps people from killing cows for meat. Fun facts
A popular hindu god, krishna, was portrayed in stories as a cow herder.
non-hindu people sometimes think that hindus should not worship cows.
hindus believe that all life is sacred and they practice nonviolence torwards all animals. (Ahima) cows are honered in india by draping colorful embroidered material over the cows backs. The Hindus place garlands of flowers around their necks, feed them grains and fruit, and decorate their horns with bells. THANKS FOR WATCHING
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