Has PETA raised the valid point on Rakshabandhan or Shefali Vaidya right in exposing PETA?

Image Credit- 1.Image by Shantanu Kashyap from Pixabay & 2. Twitter

Many of you might have seen this hoarding or images of it, as shown in this tweet. Through this hoarding, PETA India tried to send a message that on this Rakshabandhan, protect cows by going leather-free. This is a very unclear message, where people are not able to understand the relation between ‘cow-leather’ and ‘Rakhi’.

A well-known face on social-media, Shefali Vaidya first raised a strong objection on this banner. That created rage among her followers and netizens. People on social media saw it as a part of a systematic attack on Hindu festivals.

Netizens allege that, from this banner, the indirect message coming out is – ‘protect cows by not using/wearing/sending Rakhi’ or ‘somehow puzzle people & create a discord about this festival’.

There are thousands of tweets coming on this matter.


There is are a similar poster in Hindi & other languages too…

Check on twitter #PetaIndiaExposed which is trending for a few days!

Do express your opinion on this matter!

  • Question of

    How do you see the PETA India banner on Rakshabandhan?

    • This is an excellent banner, which is easy to understand and rightly raised the issue. I support PeTA India
    • This is a very confusing message, that actually puzzled people. There is no relation between ‘Cow-leather’ and ‘Rakshabandhan festival & Rakhi’. I have found his in ‘bad taste’. I am concerned about such campaigns.
    • I am fine with it and people should ignore this matter
  • Question of

    Do you agree with Shefali Vaidya on this matter?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    Does this PeTA India Banner campaign hurt the Hindu sentiments for Rakhabandhan Festival?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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