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  1. Taukasa says:
    Sacred Cows •This term alludes to the honored status of cows in Hinduism, where they are a symbol of God's generosity to humankind. •The idiom appears to have emerged in America in the late 19th century. •A figurative sacred cow is a figure of speech for a person or thing immune to question or criticism, especially unreasonably so.
  2. Tygokinos says:
    What's the origin of the phrase 'Sacred cow'? This term is an allusion to the Hindu reverence for cows. The first use in English that I have found of the term 'sacred cow' as a description of the recipient of that long-standing Hindu veneration is in an American newspaper from the s.
  3. Kazrataxe says:
    Due to the multiple benefits from cattle, there are varying beliefs about cattle in societies and religions. In some regions, especially Nepal and most states of India, the slaughter of cattle is prohibited and their meat may be taboo. Cattle are considered sacred in world religions such as Hinduism, Jainism, Zoroastrianism, and others. Cattle played other major roles in many religions, including those of .
  4. Mikashicage says:
    Jun 29,  · Sacred Cows refreshingly exposes that these are simply not true. I found myself in a bit of shock a few times as the book revealed notions that I previously thought to be truths but actually don’t make sense at all. While the book focuses on a serious topic, it is so delightfull/5.
  5. Grozragore says:
    Sacred Cows book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5.
  6. Zukus says:
    Ayurveda, an India holistic system of medicine and healing holds that the sacred cow provides the Panchamrit or sacred ambrosia that is the nectar of Gods made from cow products like milk, yogurt, and ghee. Drinking this sweet prasadam or divine offering, one .
  7. Dall says:
    Sacred Cow: A firmly held mainstream belief that is considered to be true without independent verification. In finance, and in particular in investing, there are many sacred cows that are thought.
  8. Magor says:
    a sacred cow Someone or something that is considered to have a status that allows it avoid any criticism or questioning. The phrase refers to the veneration of the cow in Hinduism. Unfortunately, that particular program is a sacred cow, and everyone loses their minds if you try to cut its funding. Why is he such a sacred cow around here? He's just a.
  9. Jugar says:
    Sacred cow is an idiom. It is an expression or phrase that is used without the literal meaning of being about a cow or religion. When spoken or written it means a person or a belief that has been respected for a long time. It has become sacred and people are then afraid or unwilling to criticise or question it.

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