Now February 14 will be celebrated as Cow Hugging Day in India

In India, the tradition of hugging each other on February 14 may become old because the new decree has appealed to the public to celebrate Cow Hug Day on Valentine’s Day. To be celebrated as

According to the news from the Indian media, it has been said in the appeal of the Animal Welfare Board of India that the board wants to celebrate the ‘hug the cow’ day on February 14 this month.

Highlighting the importance of cows in the country’s culture and rural economy in India, the Animal Welfare Board has urged people to hug cows on February 14 to bring happiness to people.

The appeal, which went viral on social media, also said that we know that cows are the backbone of Indian culture and rural economy that help sustain our lives.

The organization said that western culture is leading to the near extinction of Vedic traditions, hence the need to celebrate such a day.

The board further said in the appeal that in view of the numerous benefits of cow, ‘hugging a cow will bring emotional well-being and hence it will lead to individual and overall well-being.

The Animal Welfare Board of India requested that everyone observe February 14 as ‘Cow Hug Day’.

Celebrating Valentine’s Day is common in India but often conservative and hardline Hindu organizations riot on these occasions, Modi has also made several statements against celebrating this day in the past.

It should be noted that cow is given great importance in Hindu religion, cow is recognized as a sacred animal in Hindu religion and is compared to mother. In India, even slaughtering a cow is recognized as a sin and the person who slaughters it is killed.

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Between 2015 and 2016 in India, a total of 10 Muslims were killed by Hindu extremists on suspicion of cow smuggling or beef consumption.

The current Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the Chief Minister of the state of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014, during his tenure there was a complete ban on cow slaughter, transportation and sale of beef in Gujarat.

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