Go or Gau means Light in the Veda not COW

2 thoughts on “Go or Gau means Light in the Veda not COW”

  1. Dear Sir,
    If Gau really means light, then so much of the misunderstanding has been raised due to this error. Then isn’t a respectful animal in Sanatan Dharma? Then do the non-vedics, the barbarians do nothing wrong by slaying and consuming cows? Can a Hindu also consume cow?

    1. Smriti is subject to change.When agriculture technology was developed first by Indians,they gave up meat eating.However Vedas say when you live in forest,snow caped mountains,desert etc where there is no agriculture,meat eating is the option.Where
      vegetation is available,killing just for satisfaction of taste buds is not recommended.

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