Beast and Man in India - A Popular Sketch of Indian Animals in their Relations with the People - The Original Classic Edition

Beast and Man in India - A Popular Sketch of Indian Animals in their Relations with the People - The Original Classic Edition

by John Lockwood Kipling

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Beast and Man in India - A Popular Sketch of Indian Animals in their Relations with the People - The Original Classic Edition by John Lockwood Kipling

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But that does not preserve the ox, the horse, and the ass from being unmercifully beaten, over-driven, over-laden, under-fed, and worked with sores under their harness; nor does it save them from abandonment to starvation when unfit for work, and to a lingering death which is made a long torture by birds of prey, whose beaks, powerless to kill outright, inflict undeserved torment.

...The topsy-turvy morality of the East would give a higher place to the Levitically clean Hindu, who would die sooner than eat flesh, but who would also rather die than touch or help a dying man of a low caste near his door, than to the English lady whose life is spent in active beneficence, but who is defiled by eating beef and approaching the dead body of a pig.

...Our modern school-books, in which lessons on animal life and humane animal treatment are wisely included, may do something in the course of time to lighten this 'blind side' of Oriental character, and in a few generations we may hope for an Indian student of natural history.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781486445608
Publisher: Emereo Publishing
Publication date: 03/18/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 104
File size: 1 MB

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