Cow Dung Notebook


Size: Small Wirobound(10.8 x 14.5 cm)
Sale price₹ 290
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Journals crafted from recycled and handmade COWDUNG PAPER by experienced artisans and made in limited numbers. Each journal comes with a matching bookmark.

  • Cover: Cowdung paper sourced from village units
  • Paper: 100% recycled, wood free cowdung paper 
  • Page type: Blank, hand-stitched
  • Paper texture: Rough, handmade
  • Writing: Use a ballpoint pen, pencil or gel pen
  • Pages: Large Softbound - 100 pages (50 leaves)
  • Pages: Small Wirobound - 100 pages (50 leaves)
  • Pages: Large Wirobound - 100 pages (50 leaves)
  • Cow bookmark: Complimentary
  • Dimensions(cm): Please see the last image

The recycled paper used in the journal is handmade from a mixture of Cowdung and cotton rags. Naturally dried cow dung from cow shelters (also called “gaushalas”) is brought back to the village unit and mixed with finely chopped waste cotton rags to make beautiful handmade paper.

GauShala, a Sanskrit word, means the sanctuary or the abode for old, sick, abandoned and stray cows, calves and oxen. (In Sanskrit, Gau means cow, Shala means a sanctuary).


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