Monday, 8 March 2021

Beef eating is the oldest tradition of ancient India: Available textual evidence suggests

In Nepal, mainly Tamang community and as per Hindu belief system so-called untouchable caste group Sarki (type of Dalit people) people have been eating beef even as of now but priestly caste group Hindu people who make policy of the country and society think and believe Hindu never ever has eaten beef which is completely wrong perception that they have been holding in their mind if we dig out the history all the misconception related to their false belief will be cleared out. However, they don't do so so keep criticizing Tamang people thinking they are lower caste just because they eat their mother "cow" meeting. To learn and understand about colour, class, caste, creed and cult based discrimination in Nepal I have been exploring ancient Hindu texts and scriptures written by different Indian scholars and it has proven that in ancient India Brahmin who consider self while skinned colour pure and superior human beings used to eat beef. For example, Mr. Jeevan Paudel in the ARN facebook Group dated 8 March 2021 posted below status that clearly illustrate how beef lovers were ancient Indian Brahmin.

"Manusmriti (Chapter 5 / Verse 30) says, “It is not sinful to eat meat of eatable animals, for Brahma has created both the eaters and the eatables.”

Maharishi Yagyavalkya says in Shatpath Brahmin (3/1/2/21) that, “I eat beef because it is very soft and delicious.”

Apastamb Grihsutram (1/3/10) says, “The cow should be slaughtered on the arrival of a guest, on the occasion of ‘Shraddha’ of ancestors and on the occasion of a marriage.”

Rigveda (10/85/13) declares, “On the occasion of a girl’s marriage oxen and cows are slaughtered.” Rigveda (6/17/1) states that “Indra used to eat the meat of cow, calf, horse and buffalo.”

Vashistha Dharmasutra (11/34) writes, “If a Brahmin refuses to eat the meat offered to him on the occasion of ‘Shraddha’ or worship, he goes to hell.” Hinduism’s greatest propagator (The Complete Works of Swami Vivekanand, vol.3, p. 536).

Adi Shankaracharya’ commentary on Brihdaranyakopanishad 6/4/18 says : ‘Odan’ (rice) mixed with meat is called ‘Mansodan’. On being asked whose meat it should be, he answers ‘Uksha’. ‘Uksha’ is used for an ox, which is capable to produce semen.

The book ‘The History and Culture of the Indian People’, published by Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan, Bombay and edited by renowned historian R.C.Majumdar (Vol.2, page 578) says: “This is said in the Mahabharat that King Rantidev used to kill two thousand other animals in addition to two thousand cows daily in order to give their meat in charity”.

Eating the meat of cow is not a sin in hinduism🤣🤣 "

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