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India's Holy Cow -- Becoming Extinct?
30 min. Video
This documentary filmed in the village of Radha Kund near Krishna's Vrindavan and it shows clearly the precarious position of Mother Cow in today's India. Mother Sudevi was born in Germany but she has lived in Radha Kund for more than 30 years and she has developed a very deep love and affection for Krishna's cows. This is a truly unique look into something that very few have seen before. India is famous for her "Holy Cows." Unfortunately although the sentiment still remains in India to protect Mother Cow in practice no one seems to care about the cows and India is fast becoming one of the biggest beef exporters in the world. This is a very touching, inspiring and heart-warming documentary.
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