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Ragesh M.

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in Perumudiyur, India
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Capra aegagrus hircus

As per ancient Jewish custom, on the passover day a well fed male black goat is consecrated to bear all the sins of the people (symbolised as a string of amulets tied on his neck) and paraded through the streets. Then it is shooed away to the desert as an offering to the God. He (the Goat) bore all the sins of the people, perishes in the desert and with him perishes all their sins. After that, nee Read more of this blog post »
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