India’s Controversial Bull Fighting Festival

Bull Fighting Festival

Bull Fighting Festival

You might be new to this but yes; there is a bull fighting festival celebrated in India as well. This is all new things for those who ought to thought and relate the bull fighting with Spain only. The bull fighting carnival in India has a history of centuries and this festival is celebrate by many before it was bans by the Indian government. This festival is very popular in southern state of Tamil Nadu. This is call as “Jallikattu” locally which means “bull taming”. It seems horrible for animals just by the meaning of it.

It is usually held in January to celebrate the winter harvest just like the summer harvest. This was plan but the ban which was actually impose in 2011 came into effect so the festival was cancel. But the news from the center is that the Tamil Nadu government has lift the ban from the festival citing cultural reasons. The Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu J. Jayalallitha said that the event upholds the cultural values of the state. This statement has not been well receive the animal rights activist round the globe. The sentiment of the Chief Minister was not share by the animal rights activist who rightly says that the event is abusive and should not be called as a cultural sport.

Fadjen, a rescued fighting bull, enjoys some scritches 

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The festival sees young men chase and wrestle bulls. Although the animals are not kill like in traditional Spanish bull fighting, it has been suggested that they are fed alcohol and spayed with chili powder.

Bull Fighting Festival Is the games that harm people but its really entertaining games. All are we like butt fighting festival. What is your opinion about this games?

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