Not all Buddhists practise vegetarianism.
Many, if not the majority, Buddhists are vegetarians who believe that animals are nonhuman humans who should not be slaughtered for sustenance. However, there are exceptions to this idea, according to the Humane Society's Buddhist Teachings on Animals. Eating meat was rigorously outlawed by Buddha in ancient times, except for monks, who typically begged for the one meal they ate each day. The monks were permitted to consume meat if it was placed in their bowls, as long as they had no reason to suspect that an animal was murdered particularly to provide them with sustenance. For the same reason, some modern-day Buddhists understand this practice to believe that they can consume meat from shops and restaurants.&l
Even when written upside down or with a mirror image, none of the Hindi alphabets create an illusion.
The orientation leaflets are arranged in one or two pinnae pairs in a bipinnate compound. Each pinna also contains 10 to 26 leaflets.