WHO ARE WE?
Welcome to ARTH
Project ARTH aims at making Gaushalas self-sustainable by transforming waste into wealth. Our endeavor to create cow dung-based alternatives of products used in performing various rituals is reconnecting us to our responsibility of preserving our environment and our culture’s sanctity.
We are innovatively utilizing cow dung waste in manufacturing various products like Arth logs(wood log alternative),diyas, dhoop, and attractive wall clocks.
Come and join us in this mission of unearthing the true meaning of our heritage with “ARTH”…
WHAT WE DO?
Did you know that the
decomposition of Cow dung waste
releases harmful greenhouse gases into the atmosphere?
We innovatively use cow dung to make our products!
Our unique model of implementation
integrates Gaushalas, Crematoriums, and us in a way that
creates an economic incentive for all
while ensuring the self-sustainability of Gaushalas.
Production of cow dung-based products
provides an opportunity for gaushalas and artisans to
generate additional income.
This leads to the financial sustainability of Gaushalas.
HELP US SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT
PLEDGE TO SAVE TWO TREES!
It’s time to realize our role
it’s time to Act
It’s time to reconnect
To Our culture, Our heritage, Our Environment
“The Greatest Threat to Our Planet Is the Belief That
Someone Else Will Save It”
We have conducted webinars and discussions with all the stakeholders involved to raise awareness about the social and environmental impact we are aiming at.
We are actively spreading awareness about ARTH on various social media platforms.
Our team is partnering with residential societies to add the essence of sustainability in festival celebrations like Holika Dahan.
Our team has developed newer ways to innovatively utilize cow-dung waste to manufacture eco-friendly
products like Dhoop, Sambrani cups, and Madhubani wall clocks.
With our exclusive designs and sustainable
manufacturing processes, we are all set to realize our vision.
We are providing ARTH logs free of cost to the needy for the cremation of patients who succumbed to Covid-19.
We have also resumed the production in the existing hubs along with the expansion to newer ones.
We are also collaborating with local
artisans and rural women communities for the manufacturing of our new products.