Offering Milk to Shivaling and not to needy
India is a very culturally diverse country, and we celebrate many festivals such as Diwali, Navratri, Eid, Christmas, and others. But we Indians are also enslaved by misconceptions, such as the belief that if we pour milk on Shivaling, only God will grant our wish or a variety of other beliefs, but we Indians were unaware of how much milk or food we were wasting.
Although being the world’s greatest milk producer, India remains impoverished. India is also a developing country, as we all know. If you wish to pour milk on shivering, you can accomplish it by filling milk packets with shivling and then distributing them to beggars or those in need.
This study by the NDTV channel shows that 33 lakh children in India suffer from malnutrition, with 50% of cases being severe. According to the World Bank, India ranks among the top countries in the world in terms of the number of malnourished children. According to The Hindu’s poll, India ranks first in the Global Hunger Index (GHI) for 2021, with a score of 101. We want to update a few of our rituals and think differently.
Kyon ki Jab Soch Badalegi, Tab Desh Apne Aap Badal Jayega!!!!