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Question related to cows regarding Hinduism.

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I shall now fully describe what offering-material, on being offered to the Pitṛs, according to role, serves for a long time, and for eternity.—(266) By the proper offering of sesamum, rice …
asked Feb 28 '18 by sv.
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goats are not "cows", then does it follow that there's no sin associated with killing any of these for their meat or at least it's less sinful than killing a cow (gohatya)? …
asked Nov 19 '17 by sv.
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of a Puranic legend that Surabhi, the mother of all cows was once cursed (for uttering a lie) that whatever it touches with its mouth becomes impure. But I'm not interested in that sort of explanation. …
asked Jan 29 '18 by sv.
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The footnotes of this translation of Āpastaṃba Dharmasūtra says: Manu III, 119 and 120; Yājñ. I, 110;: Weber, Ind. Stud. X, 125. A guest is also called goghna, 'cow-killer,' because formerly a cow …
asked Nov 20 '17 by sv.