You must have heard the term, Holy Cow used often and sometimes derogatorily as well. In India, the cow is even sacred and there is a legal ban on slaughter of cows. You can see them wandering all over Indian roads after having been abandoned when they stop being productive.
They are great survivors and some of them can be quite comic providing unexpected treats now and then. Here is a scene from our famous state of Goa which is home to some fiercely competitive football teams.
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That was so funny Ramana, the cow was really into it and the delight of the players was infectious.
I am happy that you found it funny too. I did and immediately wanted to share with my readers.
the cow did tease and then get on with the game…I seem to recall that in some parts of India the cows are housed somewhere, let out in the morning, roam the streets and then return to their enclosure at night…
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In rural India, that is indeed the practice but, these animals are let loose in cities by owners from surrounding villages as they would otherwise damage standing crops.
I remember roaming cows in india!
Yes, you had mentioned them in some of your comments when you used to comment regularly.
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