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Sacred Cows

from India by Freezabox

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The Indian cow is sacred, and from what I was told it is because during hard times of malnutrition mothers could not produce milk to feed their children. Instead cows milk was used to keep the children alive and healthy. The cow was respected as a saviour and from then on it was made illegal to kill cows. If a cow dies while it belongs to you then you have to give it an official religious burial (which can be expensive). So when they get old and stop producing milk the owners discard of them by letting them roam the streets so they technically belong to no one. Here they survive by eating the fruit and vegetable scraps that people throw on the street, but at the moment they mainly eat plastic because that is the majority of waste on the streets.

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from India, released March 9, 2018

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Bournemouth (UK) based electronic artist. Dance, dub step, chill out, Foley, and strange ideas! Check out and share...

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