I have always been a great fan of the different kind of nyayas used by Bhuktivedanta Swami , like for example the logic of the moon on a branch , the half-hen logic , the crow and tal fruit logic ...
However , I could never quite enter into the special rasa of the logic of the nipples on the neck of a goat .
I mean , goat milk certainly seems to exist .
But , was Bhuktivedanta Swami not aware of this fact ( similar to his informations of the moon planet ...) , or is it that in his particular culture goat milk is considered asoochi ? Or not used at all ?
Is that a kind of elitism : " Yes I have a cow , and everything else doesn´t work for a thrice-born ... " ?
Now , is that up to the standarts to today´s political correctness ?
What about the bbt-translators working on editions for countries where goat-milk is predominant ? Are such books easy to distribute on the streets ?
I mean people might tolerate the sight of bald book-distributors , but are they going to tolerate insults on their goat-milk-traditions ?
Ps : I wonder if this tendency of Bhuktivedanta Swami , to only give validity to cow-milk , can have its roots in his internal svaroop as a confidential cowherd-sakha ( a theory sometimes sustained by learned preachers of the Goudiya Mutt ) .