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Is the cow a god for Hindus?

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E. Barnes

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Answered Jun 18, 2019

While the cow is something to be esteemed in Hinduism, and they are viewed as highly sacred, they are not necessarily something seen as inherently sacred. They contain several nutrients and helpful items, such as food, work, and fuel, which is used for daily survival. While there is a “cult” like sense that has built over many years, the cow is a nurturer, and also life giving.

While the cow is something to be esteemed in Hinduism, and they are viewed as highly sacred, they
There are many myths and stories that are built around this as well. This animal has been viewed as something that should be protected, while at the same time, continuing to provide the needed ingredients for a living. While visiting India, it is very easy to see the honor and security that many cows are given. Even though they are still used as ingredients in meals, many are secured and almost kept as family pets.

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