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Nepal Tragedy: Double Standards in Sympathy?

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I am not going to say anything. I am only going to quote what a person named Vasanth Krishna on Facebook wrote in his timeline along with some pictures.

“I wonder why Human cries for Human only. So selfish! So self-centered! Just a month back there was a huge massacre for annual religious festival in Nepal.
More than 250,000 animals were lined up for slaughter as Nepal embarks on a two-day religious festival where buffalo, birds and goats were sacrificed to appease a Hindu goddess.
Millions of Hindus flocked to the ceremony, which are held every five years at the temple of Gadhimai, the goddess of power, in Bariyarpur, Nepal, near the Indian border.
The last time the festival was held, in 2009, more than 250,000 animals were killed, according to animal rights organisation PETA, who is campaigning to put a stop to the practice. This is most horrid procedure to please goddess. The natural disaster is occurred just because of this sort of inhuman sacrifice in name of religious practice. We should STOP it such abominable act immediately. Live and Let others LIVE. Or else Mother NATURE will react very badly and she will not let you LIVE peacefully. Everybody is Her child. Please do not hurt anyone. Hare Krishna!”

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4 Comments

  1. konviktion says:

    In the year 2014 also it happend i.e. Gadhimai festival

    • konviktion says:

      This is not the right time to discuss about it since the situation in Nepal is horrific now let them come out of the trauma things will be definitely put in front of them later on.

      • Arnab says:

        The fact that was shared on the facebook post was unknown to me and hence I shared it on my blog. I am in no way engaging any analysis or for/against debate.

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