Swami Balendu writes a funny story that he and some friends have been laughing about for many years.
Swami Balendu describes how families in India treat their dogs like their children: hitting them and threatening with violence.
Swami Ji writes about people who keep wild animals such as snakes and reptiles but even tigers, foxes and lions. Read about circus animals and magic shows with wild tigers.
Swami Ji writes about how dogs are bred in order to have attributes without thinking that these attributes make them ill and cause them to live in pain. Read more about this topic.
Swami Ji describes the only way of keeping pets that is in his eyes acceptable: with much love and in an appropriate surrounding for the animals.
Swami Ji writes about people who have pets for a certain purpose: to have someone to command or to have a substitute for a child or a partner. Read why this is not healthy.
Swami Ji writes reasons why he thinks people should not keep pets: because being kept in cages or small flats in cities is not their natural way of living. Read his full opinion.
Swami Ji writes about why many people in the west don?t have physical contact to anybody and feel lonely because of that.
Read Swami Balendu's blog entry about an incident when a family claimed their dog to be untouchable and what Gandhi's birthday has to do with it.
Killing animals for eating them is cruel and unnecessary. Cows, pigs and chicken have the same right to live like pets! Be sensitive and live a vegetarian life!