‘Vedic Paint’ made from cow dung to be launched soon – Nitin Gadkari

This is again reinforcing the fact that society is reverting to old Indian traditions. But what is the Government doing to keep the cows alive for their cow dung ? Hindus feel that Gadkari should also reveal this to society.

New Delhi – Even today, many Indian villages use cow dung paste on their houses and floors. The cow dung is now going to be used for making paints. Central Minister Nitin Gadkari informed that Khadi India, the Khadi and Village Industries Commission is soon going to launch ‘Vedic Paint’ in the market.

Nitin Gadkari informed that the ‘Vedic Paint’ will be a source of additional income to farmers. This will provide an additional income of up to Rs .55,000 per annum to people with livestock. ‘Vedic Paint’ will be available in distemper and emulsion form. It is an eco-friendly, non-toxic, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and washable paint and will dry within four hours of painting.