Madhya Pradesh Woman Makes Eco-Friendly Rakhis Using Cow Dung

Madhya Pradesh Lady Makes Eco-Pleasant Rakhis Utilizing Cow Dung


Following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s imaginative and prescient of “Aatmanirbhar Bharat”, Indore’s Shweta Paliwal has made modern eco-friendly rakhis and Ganesh idols together with different ornamental gadgets out of cow dung, forward of Raksha Bandhan and Ganesh Chaturthi.

Ms Shweta is in favour of selling self-reliant India and boycotting Chinese language items. Furthermore, she appeared extra keen to ship these rakhis and idols to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

She has additionally began designing masks, enticing sculptures and showpieces for dwelling ornament. Moreover, she has made great work on masks made from cotton material.

“I’m making these items from scrap materials holding the safety of nature in my thoughts. I began engaged on designing these rakhis and sculpture final 12 months and now I’m coaching others as properly. These rakhis are bio-degradable and may be simply dissolved in water and vegetation. I’m working to advertise PM’s Aatmanirbhar Bharat and native for vocal marketing campaign,” mentioned Ms Shweta.

“Idols are made by kneading cow dung like flour, basil seeds are additionally added to it. It’s light-weight and doesn’t hurt the atmosphere. Quite, you can even use pottery to immerse it, during which this idol works as a compost. Thus far, I’ve made cow idols, diya, anti-radiation cell stand and so forth out of cow dung. I will probably be sending these rakhis, Ganesh idols and cash to PM Modi, she added.

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