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Why Cows Are The Heart of Dharma and Daily Life: Renee Lynn

Renee Lynn was born and raised in New Jersey. She’s best known for writing on holistic health, travel and Indian politics. Travelling all over the world, she has seen many different cultures, which was one of the best experiences of her life. She has appeared in numerous Indian newspapers and television channels for her writings, entertainment videos and her project, “Voice of India”. Her passion for getting the truth out about Indian is never ending.

Renee explains that Cow protection is not a relic from ancient past, but it’s at the heart of Dharma and why Indians have an emotional connect with cows.

Apart from that cow products such as milk, tea, yogurt, ghee are integral part of daily life.

Onam Celebration: A Perspective

Onam is a major annual event for Malayali people in and outside Kerala. It is a harvest festival, one of three major annual Hindu celebrations along with Vishu and Thiruvathira, and it is observed with numerous festivities. Onam celebrations include Vallam Kali (boat races), Pulikali (tiger dances), Pookkalam (flower Rangoli), Onathappan (worship), Onam Kali, Tug of War, Thumbi Thullal (women’s dance), Kummattikali (mask dance), Onathallu (martial arts), Onavillu (music), Kazhchakkula (plantain offerings), Onapottan (costumes), Atthachamayam (folk songs and dance), and other celebrations.

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