Punishment for slaughtering cows was also recommended to be increased from 10 years to life under the Rajasthan Bovine Act 1995.
The bench said cows should be protected as they are sacred and because India's economy was massively reliant on dairy and agriculture.
Cows inhale and exhale oxygen says Rajasthan's education minister
Leaving everyone stunned, at an event in Jaipur, underlining the 'scientific' importance of cows, Rajasthan's Education Minister Vasudev Devnani said that cows "inhale and exhale oxygen". Hence, their protection was very critical to the "humankind, the world, and the ecology".
Working around the ban
How cow slaughter's are bending rules?
In Andhra, Telangana, Karnataka, Odisha, Assam slaughter of cows is permitted if they are accredited to be unproductive.
In Himachal, cow slaughter is permitted in the case of research, or if cows have a contagious disease.
Bihar allows the killing of bullocks older than 15 years.
In Gujarat, the ban does not include buffaloes.
Often people get false certificates that deem healthy animals unfit.
01 Jun 2017
Now the Rajasthan court says cows' urine prevents aging
Adding to a string of preposterous claims, Rajasthan's Justice Mahesh Chandra Sharma said that cows urine had "miraculous properties of destroying germs and preventing aging".
He too opined that cows inhaled and exhaled oxygen and was a mobile "clinic on its own".
Moreover, Mr. Sharma, recommending life imprisonment for cow slaughter, said 330 million gods and goddesses reside in a cow.
10 Jun 2017
Hyderabad HC judge calls cows 'substitute to Mother and God'
A Hyderabad HC judge, while dismissing the case of a cattle trader whose 63 cows and 2 bulls were seized said that cows were "sacred national wealth".
He further added that they were 'substitute to Mother and God'.
Moreover, the judge relying on the SC judgment said that there was no fundamental right to Muslims to demand the slaughter of healthy cows for Bakra-Eid.