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They are not usually vegan, so all dairy products, such as milk, cheese, butter and yoghurt, are generally acceptable. 20 Stricter Hindus, especially Vaishnavas, will shun onion and garlic products. 21 The basis of these dietary choices is the understanding that all foods fall into three categories depending on their qualities. These are the qualities (sometimes called gunas) of goodness (sattva), passion or desire (rajas) and ignorance or darkness (tamas).
14 On men, the sacred thread, consisting of a number of white or cream strands, is draped over the left shoulder and around the torso. This is also called the upavita or sometimes the ‘sacred thread’. It signifies initiation into spiritual life and should never be removed without permission, as this may cause offence. During ritual worship, many Hindus tie a red thread on one wrist and continue to wear it for spiritual protection. They may be reluctant to remove it. 15 These dress items collectively remind the wearer that the body belongs to God.
P. 221. 14 Bhaktivedanta Swami AC. The Bhagavad-Gita As It Is. Los Angeles: Bhaktivedanta Book Trust; 1989. 13. 16. 16 Ibid. 17 Bhaktivedanta Swami AC. The Srimad Bhagavatam. Los Angeles: Bhaktivedanta Book Trust; 1987. 45. 18 Many writers make this illogical assumption. 19 Or sometimes ‘paramatman’ (the supreme self); however, some traditions use paramatman to refer to the supreme soul of the universe, rather than the Lord in the heart. 20 Or ‘Ishvara’. 21 Das R. The Heart of Hinduism, op. , p.