Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 4 - Verse 32

evam bahu-vidha yajna vitata brahmano mukhe
karma-jan-viddhi tan sarvan evam jnatva vimokshyase

Translation: 

In this way, many varieties of sacrifices have been explained in the Vedas. You should understand that all of them are born of action. Knowing this, you shall be liberated.

Translation: 
Commentary: 
The above verses principally deal with sacrifice and sacrifices of different types. However, it should be mentioned at the outset that Shri Krishna does not recommend animal sacrifices. The very word ‘sacrifice’ conjures up images of bloodshed – and rightfully so. In the history of religions throughout the world, from antiquity to modernity, the sacrifice of both animals and humans has been a common practice. Most progressive thinkers however now view human and animal sacrifice as totally repugnant and certainly Shri Krishna would be in complete agreement. ...continue reading »

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