The essence of vegetarianism is primarily a way of life that prevents the use of animals for cooking and domestic purposes (mech, leather). It is this direction that has engendered beautiful legends, historical facts claiming that vegetarianism is a way to free itself from gross energy, thought and sins. Maybe it all started with the lack of meat on all, and the Government of the historic vegetarian homeland decided to impose restrictions on the diet of the people by prohibiting the eating of meat and animal products, explaining the prohibitions of beautiful religious tales? Maybe so. I mean, Buddha himself didn't forbid eating meat, but he just warned me that meat needed to be eaten with pure thoughts because meat exacerbated the effects of negative emotions and thoughts. For example, a hateful, villainous, jealous, eating meat should not be eaten, or it burns in its own negative and does not enlighten in such a way of life.
Where did the vegetarian time begin?
The official history of vegetarianism reveals interesting facts that indicate that the term itself has been introduced by English, Indian colonizers, persuading the undeniable benefit of a plant diet in India, filling the organism with strength and turmoil. They then promoted vegetarianism, as a way of life, in their homeland, with a new philosophical direction and a species of diet, and created the Vegetarian Community in 1847.
Before the English, the vegetation was only referred to as Indian or “pythagorey”, respectively, philosophical schools and countries where the main Indian religions were distributed: Buddhism, jeanism and Hinduism, and where the vegetation lifestyle was practised as the main, yet deep-rooted.