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Animal Products in Puja

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Why do we use a chamara which is made of YAK'S TAIL HAIR for fanning the Deity and a CONCH SHELL BONE in religious rituals?


Do yak’s (related to the sacred cow) have to be killed? Do they suffer pain if their tail hair is cut? Is manufacturing such items for puja going against the principles of non-violence, peace and animal rights?


In Bhagavad Gita 6.11-12, DEER SKIN is recommended for yoga practice. Does this sanction killing animals? (I know the answer is No, but rascals may interpret this otherwise)


Regarding PEACOCK FEATHERS, I presume that these are shed naturally.




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