Question: Is It Legal To Eat Beef In India?

Is it rude to eat beef in front of a Hindu?

No because certain places in India Indians do eat beef.

Sometimes it’s cow meat sometimes it’s buffalo meat.

India also happens to be the biggest exporter of beef as per some report I read somewhere.

So if other Indians around you are eating beef you can go ahead and dig in..

Does Hindu god eat meat?

It is also true that there are some Hindu deities who are offered meat. Most famously, goats are regularly offered to the Hindu goddess Kali. Meat offerings are also not uncommon in Nepal, a majority Hindu nation. But the vast majority of food offerings to Hindu deities today are vegetarian in nature.

Does Hindu eat meat?

The majority of Hindus are lacto-vegetarian (avoiding meat and eggs), although some may eat lamb, chicken or fish. Beef is always avoided because the cow is considered a holy animal, but dairy products are eaten.

Can I eat beef as a Hindu?

Diet of non-vegetarian Hindus can include fish, poultry and red meat (mainly lamb, goat, and to a lesser extent some may eat beef) in addition to eggs and dairy products.

Which states is beef banned in India?

The central government announced a nationwide ban on cow slaughter in May 2017. It is, however, still legal in Kerala, West Bengal, Arunachal, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim. Over the last five years, there has been a rise in crimes relating to cow protection.