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Jakotu Food

Not only in Jainism but also in Vaishnavism, eating onions and garlic is prohibited. However, nowadays, Jains and Vaishnavas seem eager to consume onions and garlic, as if they were born in a Muslim household instead of a Jain or Vaishnav home! In Jainism, onions are considered abhakshya (inedible) as they contain numerous microscopic life forms. Garlic is believed to excessively stimulate sexual desire, increase body heat and blood temperature, which in turn raises emotions like anger and leads to violence. Vaishnavism states that the effect of eating onions and garlic remains in the body for 27 days, and if a person dies within this period, they go to hell. If onions and garlic are kept...