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The un / holy cows of India – Dr Yamini Narayanan

Dr Yamini Narayanan Kate Elliott 4 October 2015 13


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How can a Hindu-majority country that recognises cows as sacred also be a major global producer of beef, leather and milk?Dr Yamini Narayanan shares her research into this most perplexing contradiction.Dr Yamini Narayanan is a Research Fellow at Deakin University’s Australian Research Council. Her research explores trans-species feminist urban planning – examining the significant and yet invisible role of animals in city building, and the complicity of urban religion in enabling animal exploitation for urban development.Her book Religion, Heritage and the Sustainable City: Hinduism and Urbanisation in Jaipur (Routledge) was published in 2015.

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