Thursday, 16 July 2015 03:08


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  • Country: India
  • City: Chennai
  • Year: 2015
  • Author: Luca Fecarotta

Well, the cows around here definetely must feel very lucky.. They're fortunate to be born in a land where, for the most of the people, the cow is considered a sacred animal. Is normal to see them roaming carefree all around the streets, eating everything that comes within range, trash included.

Here we are at a local market in the morning, where these privileged can afford to take even a few rations of nutrient vegetables (their favorite food). Sometimes even the passersby buy food for them.
Surely the cows you can see here are normally very... well off, for sure are not gonna die of starvation. In their shoes I would not do a single step outside India, fatty as they are, I don't know how far they can go before ending up on a bbq.

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