Such a level of sensitivity Sanatana Dharma teaches. 5 places at every home work like a slaughter houses. Dharma considers these actions as bounding. Imagine the Karmic impact of animal slaughter. Unfortunately mindless ignorance of modern Indian has no solution 🙁.
Due to Tamas of Kaliyuga, sacrifices and prayachchit are forgotten. Forget about animal slaughter, day to day slaughters in kitchen are enough to cause obstacles in spiritual journey. Cause of many Tamsik actions around us.
Pati-Patni should become more alert about their actions and perform their duties to avoid karmic consequences.
Small but critical duty. Take care. Spread it in your sensitive family. This is the way we can turn pages of Kaliyug into Satya yug 🙂. there is no magic wand but our karma 🙂. (Y)
तासां क्रमेण सर्वासां निष्कृत्यर्थं महर्षिभिः ।
पञ्च क्ल्प्ता महायज्ञाः प्रत्यहं गृहमेधिनाम् । । ३.६९[५९ं] । ।
In order to successively expiate (the offences committed by means) of all these (five) the great sages have prescribed for householders the daily (performance of the five) great sacrifices.
अध्यापनं ब्रह्मयज्ञः पितृयज्ञस्तु तर्पणम् ।
होमो दैवो बलिर्भौतो नृयज्ञोऽतिथिपूजनम् । । ३.७०[६०ं] । ।
Teaching (and studying) is the sacrifice (offered) to Brahman, the (offerings of water and food called) Tarpana the sacrifice to the manes, the burnt oblation the sacrifice offered to the gods, the Bali offering that offered to the Bhutas, and the hospitable reception of guests the offering to men.
पञ्चैतान्यो महाअयज्ञान्न हापयति शक्तितः ।
स गृहेऽपि वसन्नित्यं सूनादोषैर्न लिप्यते । । ३.७१[६१ं] । ।
देवतातिथिभृत्यानां पितॄणां आत्मनश्च यः ।
न निर्वपति पञ्चानां उच्छ्वसन्न स जीवति । । ३.७२[६२ं] । ।
He who neglects not these five great sacrifices, while he is able (to perform them), is not tainted by the sins (committed) in the five places of slaughter, though he constantly lives in the (order of) house (-holders).
But he who does not feed these five, the gods, his guests, those whom he is bound to maintain, the manes, and himself, lives not, though he breathes.
All verses from Chapter 3 of Manu Smriti