Chai (Tea).. Tea made COWS to get handed over to Butchers in India. Isn’t it strange? This is 100% truth. Britishers did research on India
scriptures, our philosophies, our culture, Spiritualism and our Scientific studies, thereafter concluded that COWS are responsible for all these achievements and Success. They concluded, unless they remove COWS from our dialy life, India cannot be conquered or broken. So among their plans to break India, one supreme objective was to eradicate COWS from daily life and they strategically introduced FREE TEA.
Britishers started FREE TEA for all and over India. FREE TEA STALLS for a year in every Village, town and city. People became addicted to Tea. Suddenly they stopped FREE Tea and supplied FREE TEA packets. Though people made Tea the taste was not similar to FREE TEA which Britishers made. When people enquired with Britishers, they said Tea will not be tasty with COW milk, instead use Buffalo Milk. Slowly people realized and till then people who raised at least 1 COW at home started raising 1 Buffalo minimum. From Rich to poor everyone had minimum, atleast 1 COW at home were replaced with Buffalos. People who had many cows, send off huge numbers of COWS in replacement with Buffalos. Slowly it got popular and people raised more buffalos and compromised with COWS. Ironically more and more cows started journey to Slaughter houses. Crores of COWS disappeared.
According to Britishers research, Indians remained healthy, generations after generations, with average life span of minimum 100 years, remain active, intelligent and strong due to COW milk consumption.
With the introduction of Buffalo milk people became lazy, unhealthy and were not immune enough to various diseases and Britishers succeeded in their plans. The average life span reduced to 60-80 years. Prior to that with COWS at home, people were free from Vaastu doshas, fear from enemies, unhealthiness, laziness, diseases and Sudden deaths.
The last 3 days have been amazing, filled with all kinds of exciting new experiences. From watching with bated breath as 4 fully-grown female tigers walked past my jeep at arm's length, to hiking up to a hill fortress and wading in a boat along river Narmada surrounded by unbelievably beautiful marble cliffs, to hearing the roar of water falling a 100 feet at one of India's best waterfalls - I had a whale of a time travelling through the central-eastern parts of Madhya Pradesh, aptly called India ka ❤.
In picture: golf cart that ferried us around inside the white tiger reserve in Rewa. And, of course, me having a good hair day. 😄