Conclusive proofs – assessed by Sanjeev Sabhlok

Proofs that beef was eaten by ancient Hindus and is eaten by many Hindus today

I started this website in 2011 to compile and assess the evidence for or against beef eating in ancient India. By mid-2014 I had formed a CONCLUSIVE VIEW on this matter, summarised in the following statements:

1) The meat of barren cows (no longer able to give milk) was LEGAL AND WIDELY EATEN – as documented in the Arthashastra.

2) Male calves and bulls were regularly eaten in ancient India.

3) Any cattle that naturally died could be eaten/ its meat dried and sold.

4) There has NEVER been any restriction on eating buffalo meat in Hinduism

MY COMPILATION OF PROOFS – THAT HINDUS ATE (AND EAT) BEEF

Download my manuscript that compiles my findings (including archaeological) below (in Microsoft Word):

Sanjeev Sabhlok

I am one of the few GENUINE Hindus left in the world – a man sworn to SCEPTICISM in the tradition of Charvaka and Chanakya. A scientific Hindu.

HINDUS ARE DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR EXTREME TORTURE OF COWS IN INDIA. Click anywhere on this sentence to download my slides.

ADDENDUM

BJP makes HUGE profits from selling beef. Its “gomata” lynchings are intended to force the price of cows to fall.

There’s 30,000 crore rupees to be made from cow beef in India. Vultures like BJP invent ways to get hold of it.

ADDENDUM

I found a free internet download link for DN Jha’s book, Myth of the Holy Cow. Download here.

ADDENDUM

A nice take on the recent beef ban in India. Five years for eating beef, but you can become PM of India if manage to get a lot of people killed. [Download my book on Modi: The Truth about Modi]

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India the world’s largest beef exporter.

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5 thoughts on “Proofs that beef was eaten by ancient Hindus and is eaten by many Hindus today
  1. Millennial_Indian

    This isn't a comment on the evidence. It's a query about your analytical method, and the academic rigor of this study. I'm not one of those that believe a blog cannot have academic rigor. The method is critical – the medium is irrelevant. 
    I had a cursory read of the arguments for and against the thesis. I have to confess I'm baffled, as the arguments are based on the accuracy of the translations. It seems to me that a proper evaluation will require a thorough knowledge of Sanskrit, both the later and ancient versions. Do you have the Sanskrit skills required for this evaluation?
    If not, what are the tools you propose to use for this study? At the end of the study, will there be a peer review? 

     
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  3. Ian McDonald

    Hi,

    I came across your site whilst doing research into the history of Indian vegetarianism. I appreciate the transparency with which you reference everything. Although I'm by no means an expert on the religious history, I wanted to offer a correction to your eBook ("Scientific Hinduism: the role of meat in a healthy diet") simply on the question of what the scientific consensus is about diet.

    You say that "It is universally recommended by all major health associations that meat is part of a balanced diet". The largest proffesional association dealing with diet in the world in fact says the opposite:

    It is the position of the American Dietetic Association that appropriately planned vegetarian diets, including total vegetarian or vegan diets, are healthful, nutritionally adequate, and may provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases. 

    Source: ADA position paper on vegetarian diets

    I won't try and get bogged down in all the other questions you deal with. But the professional consensus amongst dietitians is that humans can thrive on a vegetarian diet. If your intention is to log the evidence and science, I hope your ultimate conclusions will reflect that.

     
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  4. Jeyakumar Ramasami

    Dear Sir, It is very odd that a seperate website has been created for the topic of beef eating in India. Anyhow, this website is highly informative to me and supports my theory on animal sacrifice at Indus Valley Civilization. There are lots of literary evidence of animal sacrifice in Veda. But, physical evidence difficult to find. My researh on Indus Script shows that Indus seals were describing about various animal sacrificed and those inscriptions were written in Sanskrit. This finding is a clear cut evidence linking Vedic culture to Indus Valley Civilization, and also your point of investigation "Beef Eating in Ancient India".

    See, my websites in support of my theories and findings:

    https://sites.google.com/site/induscivilizationsite/home

    https://sites.google.com/site/indusharappacivilization/home

    Wish you all the best .

    Bye.

    Jeyakumar Ramasami.

     
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