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Sabhi Meat khane wale log Goo, khane wale log hain, example meat me goo, hota hai usko saaf karte hain that means Goo, me gira khana saaf karke dhoke khana ...kya farq hai dono me ?

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Asked by Atish krishna, 20 Jan '12 10:41 pm
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Wo to sabke pet me bhi hai sir, to kya pet kaat kar fenk de??
Answered by surendra kumar, 20 Jan '12 10:43 pm

 
  
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Hindu scriptures give permission to have non-vegetarian food

There are many Hindus who are strictly vegetarian. They think it is against their religion to consume non-vegetarian food. But the true fact is that the Hindu scriptures permit a person to have meat. The scriptures mention Hindu sages and saints consuming non-vegetarian food.
It is mentioned in Manu Smruti, the law book of Hindus, in chapter 5 verse 30

"The eater who eats the flesh of those to be eaten does nothing bad, even if he does it day after day, for God himself created some to be eaten and some to be eater."
c. Again next verse of Manu Smruti, that is, chapter 5 verse 31 says

"Eating meat is right for the sacrifice, this is traditionally known as a rule of the gods."
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Answered by truth exposed, 20 Jan '12 10:43 pm

 
  
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