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everton13 everton13 46-50, F 10 Answers Jul 12, 2009

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lol Cows aren't "holy" in India either a few brainwashed people just think they are.

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Because Indians obviously aren't materialistic, selfish, economically-driven people who are willing to hurt other living creatures just to put food on the table. They are a bit more compassionate than that.

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Hi everton13<br />
it the only civilized country.<br />
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From QI- 'There are no sacred cows in India. The term "sacred" is a Christian one; doesn't really apply to India. Even if it did, it wouldn't apply to cows. There are no cow deities, cow icons, cow statues, and no temples to cows.<br />
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Cows are one of the few animals that are not the ob<x>ject of worship in India..

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I always honor the cow , why do you think I go yummm for it's the greatest honor .

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Its more to do with the religion of many Indians rather than the country itself.

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More to the point, do they know their Holy?

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Because India has the greatest number and concentration of Hindus than any other country and cows are revered by Hindu tradition.

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becasue its a religiious thing. they dont eat beef in india becasue the countrys main religion is hinduism and it is against there religion to kil a cow but the use of milk in there food is common place.

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