I’m guessing you’re asking about Hindus in India, as 4 in 5 Indians are Hindu. Most Hindus do not eat meat in general, though meat consumption has recently been on the rise. While that seems to suggest that this dietary restriction is the result of poverty rather than religious custom, Hindus do not usually eat meat, and the one that they almost always avoid is beef. Lamb is likely more permissible.
Aside from those who choose not to eat meat due to religious practices and those who are not able to afford it, lamb is widely eaten in India. Here are just some of the many popular Indian dishes; lamb curry,lamb korma, lamb kebabs, mutton Ishtew, kofta biryani, rogan josh, dahi gosht.
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