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The Cow in India 1945

The Cow in India 1945

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The Cow in India 1945
IN TWO VOLUMES
Vol. I - Breeding-Dairy Industries
Vol. II -The Body of the Cow, its diseases and treatment

Foreword by Mahatma Gandhi

Published by
Khadi Pratisthan

भारत में गाय 1945
The Cow in India 1945
IN TWO VOLUMES
Vol. I - Breeding-Dairy Industries
Vol. II -The Body of the Cow, its diseases and treatment

Foreword by Mahatma Gandhi

Published by
Khadi Pratisthan

भारत में गाय 1945

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TWO
VOLUMES
VOL.
I.
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INDUSTRIES
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FOR
E W 0 R
D.
One
of
the
first
and
best
pupils
of
the
late
lamented
Dr.P.C.Ray,
Shri
Satish
chandra
Dasgupta
is
~
fit
person
to
bring
under one
cOVer
all
the
available
literature
on
the
cow
rightly
called
the
Mother
of
Prosperity.
By
convincing
arguments based
on
copious
reading
of
which he
has
reproduced
the
relevant
parts
in'
the
volume,
the
author
has
dispelled
the
belief
held
even
by
learned
men
that
India's
cattle
are
a
burden
upon
the
land
and
divides
its
productio~
with
the
people
to
the
latter's
detriment.
He
shows
the usefulness
of
the
cow
a3
the
giver
of
milk,
the
producer
of
draught
bullocks, the
manurer
of
our
fields
and
after
death
the
giver
of
her
hide
and
bone.
He
proves
the
superiority
of
cattle
over
the
engine
for
ploughing
the
fields
of
India.
He
establishes
the
inevitable
connection
(and
interdependence
between
the
cattle
and
other