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- Sushruta Samhita (Sharira Sthana, chapter 3, verse 4) states that the preponderance of semen over ovum begets a male child; that of ovum over semen begets a female child; and equal potency of both results in a neuter child. Sushruta Samhita (Sharira ...
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- Explained: Holiness of the Cow and Controversy Over Beef-Eating In Ancient India
- Ancient Indian medical works like the Charaka Samhita recommend beef for pregnant women, but prohibits it for everyday use for everybody… D N Jha The Myth of the Holy Cow, 2002.
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