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this is pretty amazing. I respect it

Quote:In the religion of Hinduism, the cow is thought to be sacred, or deeply respected. Hindus do not worship cows, although they are held in high esteem. The reason has to do with the cow's agricultural uses and gentle nature. Hindus rely heavily on cows for dairy products, for tilling fields, and for dung as a source of fuel and fertilizer. So, the cow is seen as a maternal figure. Hindu goddess is usually shown in the form of a cow:

Our desi cow breed possesses unique characteristics out of which it’s milk and use for agriculture are commendable. Sharada ,the Indian woman is working on a mission of preserving desi cows along with natural farming.
I pamper my cows with a little garlic and onion powder and then bake at 375 for 1 hour.
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