The dried heaped dung cakes.
Now..what do they do with it other than producing Gobar gas instead of using the chemical / dangerous one ?
The next shot answers this question :))
This is a very interesting story.
20 Jul 2017 5:17am
@Jypyä Pop: Thank you for following this Jypya :)
On attend avec impatience de voir l'utilisation faite de ce produit.
20 Jul 2017 5:54am
@Captain Guildive Ajoupa: Merci beaucoup captain :)
j'attends la suite
20 Jul 2017 6:25am
@jpla: Merci beaucoup jpla :)
Ahh Good idea, good way to take advantage of this.
20 Jul 2017 6:38am
@Graciel·la (Vic. Catalonia): Yes :)))
Une belle prise de vie !!! Un excellent combustible !!
20 Jul 2017 7:40am
@Martine Libouton: Merci beaucoup Martine :)
Surely it is for cooking
20 Jul 2017 9:09am
@grouser: :))) See the next image grouser:)
20 Jul 2017 9:46am
@Hiro: Thank you Hiro :)
A M A Z I N G !
20 Jul 2017 9:57am
@omid: Yes isn't it ?
Superb composition . they make a fire with it instead of wood ?
20 Jul 2017 10:00am
@Mhelene: Yes..along with wood they add these and the heat is more it is said.
Inventive centuries old intelligence, well framed storytelling shot.
20 Jul 2017 10:51am
@Lewis: Thank you Lewis:)
This is an interesting series, Devi. And informative.
20 Jul 2017 11:00am
@beach: Thank you Beach :)
Ils les trient quelle scène et image sueprbe compo.
20 Jul 2017 11:47am
@Nicou: Merci beaucoup Nicou mon ami :)
I can't wait for the next installment Devi. This is proving very interesting.
20 Jul 2017 11:54am
@Shaun: Thank you very much for the appreciation Shaun :)
Okay, I'm curious but I think of fuel.
20 Jul 2017 12:50pm
@Willem: Yes you are right fuel too..but for that they use the dung from the bull too:)
well documented Devi
20 Jul 2017 1:34pm
@Dimitrios: Thank you very much Dimitrios :)
Excellent composition. Wonderful capture.
20 Jul 2017 2:27pm
@Kyu: Thank you very much Kyu :)
I am surprised it is able to be touched without gloves. It will be used for cooking flames perhaps. SO interesting.
20 Jul 2017 3:18pm
@Ruthiebear: Hmmm...no gloves here Ruthie. In fact, this cow dung is used as disinfectant in villages. The floors of the huts and the floor patch outside the main door are coated with cow dung.
Fascinating. I need to see the next picture to get the full understanding.
20 Jul 2017 3:30pm
@Don: Yes you will Don :) Thank you :)
I'm impressed by how uniform the cakes are made. These seem to take the dried dung fuel to another level.
20 Jul 2017 4:17pm
@Steve Rice: Yes..these are spread on the floor and cut into circles by metal rings / cups.
Great story.. Suspenseful
20 Jul 2017 4:46pm
@Chetan: Thank you Chetan :)
Smart use ... Congratulations!
20 Jul 2017 5:15pm
@Adela Fonts: Thank you Adela :)
An interesting story line you've taken us on. Looking forward to tomorrow!
20 Jul 2017 6:27pm
@Steven: Thank you Steven :)))
A very interesting series!
20 Jul 2017 8:05pm
@Elaine Hancock: Thank you Elaine :))
20 Jul 2017 11:34pm
@B. Thomas: Thank you B :)))
let me guess... serve them as burgers to tourists <LOL>
21 Jul 2017 12:20am
@Harry: Ha ha ha !! Harry...this is the limit! Do you think there will be takers for these hamburgers ? :)))))))))))))))
This is a very interesting series.
21 Jul 2017 12:51am
@Michael Rawluk: Thank you Michael :)))
21 Jul 2017 12:59am
@Irene: Thank you Irene :))
Interesting, nice capture.
21 Jul 2017 3:42am
@Lena: Thank you Lena :)))
Très attrayantes explications. )
21 Jul 2017 4:46am
@tataray: Merci beaucoup tataray :)
21 Jul 2017 6:38am
@L'Angevine: Merci beaucoup L'Angevine :)))
interesting and very informative serie
21 Jul 2017 10:44am
@Aly: Thank you very much Aly :))
Great series and interesting story. And very well presented Devi. Lovely. :)
21 Jul 2017 5:30pm
Ah, circles! They are every where...
21 Jul 2017 8:18pm
You are really wise to use everything the cows give! Beautiful report photo!
22 Jul 2017 3:44pm
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