A large number of allegations have been coming from all corners claiming Vedas to support meat-eating and even cannibalism! Nothing can be far from true.
We are presenting here a very useful text by our enthusiastic supporter Dr Arunabh Talwar on the topic which would suffice to silence all promoters of such false propaganda. This book along with the article No Beef in Vedas contains all necessary evidences to showcase Vedas as a text that appeals for protection of all living beings. We request all readers to review and circulate these researches for mass consumption. If PETA can review the Vedas, they would no more need to appeal to glamor of vulgar nude models to promote compassion for animal!
Further we appeal all to shun a practice that is brutal, extremely harmful to environment, causes poverty and hunger in world, bad for health and longevity and lowers us from status of being humans. Just as we would not like ourselves, our children and even old parents to be killed for someone’s taste of tongue, similarly we should refuse to kill other innocent living beings. The way we refuse to eat dead bodies of human beings, we should also not feast on dead bodies of other living beings who have eyes, nose, face, brain like us. Who feel pain and pleasure like us. Who feel the same fear and weep in similar manner like we do when nearing our own death. Law of Karma ensures that if we kill today, we would face the killing tomorrow. The only way to escape this is by being kind and compassionate.
May we pray and act for well-being of all!
PS: On why we have an image of Einstein on this article – we firmly believe that Einstein was Vedic with regards to this aspect of his life. Remember, Vedic Dharma is not a water-tight compartment where either you belong as a believer or burn in Hell away from it if you are a non-believer. Vedic Dharma is a scientific way of living. We all are Vedic to extent we comply with Vedic rational laws in certain areas of our life and are anti-Vedic where we act against it.