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Home / Art and Culture / Diwali 2020: Gaushala in Punjab’s Mohali makes lamps out of cow dung ahead of festival of lights

Diwali 2020: Gaushala in Punjab’s Mohali makes lamps out of cow dung ahead of festival of lights

Aiming for an eco-friendly Diwali 2020? Take tips from this Gaushala in Punjab’s Mohali district that is making lamps with a mixture of fuller’s earth or multani mitti and cow dung.

art-and-culture Updated: Oct 25, 2020, 12:48 IST
Asian News International | Posted by Zarafshan Shiraz
Asian News International | Posted by Zarafshan Shiraz
Mohali (Punjab) [India]
As Diwali approaches, Gaushala in Mohali makes lamps out of cow dung
As Diwali approaches, Gaushala in Mohali makes lamps out of cow dung(Twitter/alishakataria12)

As the festival of Diwali approaches, a Gaushala in Punjab’s Mohali district has started to make lamps out of cow dung, which they claim are eco-friendly and more efficient than others.

Speaking to ANI, Pradeep Sharma, manager of the Gaushala said that the lamps were made with a mixture of fuller’s earth (multani mitti) and cow dung.

“We use cow dung to make lamps with a simple process. We add fuller’s earth with the dung. The process takes about half an hour. Adding fuller’s earth ensures that the lamps do not absorb oil. This makes the lamps more efficient and they are also environment friendly,” Sharma said.

“We are not selling these lamps. Whoever wants to use them can come and collect from here,” he added.

(This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text. Only the headline has been changed.)

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