Cow Dung Diyas - Odisha Man's Solution For Eco-Friendly Diwali

Published 2 years ago

Diwali is drawing nearer and it is necessary to have a glad and safe celebration too. Especially in the hours of COVID, even more motivation to be careful. 35-year-old Kailash Mahakur of Charpali in Odisha has thought of an extraordinary method to have an eco-accommodating Diwali. 

According to a report in The New Indian Express, his drive is the focal point of consideration as it is an option in contrast to utilizing dirt or soil to make diyas. He claims a dairy homestead and plans to utilize bovine compost in a practical way. He has raised 8 bovines for this reason. 

He got the thought subsequent to viewing a video on the web and afterward there was no thinking back and Right now 13 individuals are under him making the diyas. 

"Each one of them makes around 200-300 Rs by working for 5 to 6 hours day by day. On normal more than 5,000 diyas are made each day. I sell these diyas at an ostensible Rs 30 for 30 pieces. For the most part, diyas made of mud are difficult to discard. In any case, the bovine fertilizer diyas consume into remains once they run out of oil," he said. 
In any case, they are unconscious of the utilities they can get from indigenous types of bovine. Dairy animals fertilizer and pee of the indigenous variety can be utilized in different manners which I have been testing throughout the previous quite a long while," he added. 

He is getting orders from the areas of Sambalpur, Bargarh, Jharsuguda, and Deogarh. After Diwali, Kailash has plans to flexibly a few sanctuaries in the district.