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Bodhgaya Flowers Turned Into Organic Dye

Watch how this famous Bodhgaya temple turns its flowers into organic dye. It’s used to colour garments which are then sold around the world. 🌼

27/09/2019 4:57 AMupdated: 25/08/2020 11:25 AM
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36 comments

  • Pushpak S.
    22/01/2019 00:14

    Nice, but most flowers nowadays are grown with harmful chemical sprays.

  • Abhishek G.
    13/01/2019 07:06

    Awsum bhaiya जी

  • Kavithamani M.
    07/01/2019 08:59

    Suberb

  • Niloy B.
    03/01/2019 16:51

    Sir TOOOOOO Many Begarsssssssss in Bodh Gaya, Please Eradicate

  • Nikhil B.
    29/12/2018 07:37

    Arvind

  • Sahil S.
    28/12/2018 19:31

    Deepa Kundu see this

  • Isaline C.
    28/12/2018 12:36

    Olala ça manque !!

  • Ksang C.
    27/12/2018 10:02

    Thanks superp job

  • Harsh G.
    27/12/2018 05:57

    Ma'am, have a look

  • Adil M.
    26/12/2018 20:17

    Happiness is wen you see something good about your city ❤️

  • Amrita J.
    26/12/2018 17:42

    Such true people actually provide an opportunity of jobs to the locals..

  • Sasha K.
    26/12/2018 14:18

    100 shades of yellow... wow!!🌼🌿 What an initiative! Respect.

  • Mamta G.
    26/12/2018 14:05

    Very amazing initiative.......

  • Martina U.
    26/12/2018 13:36

    Brilliance!!

  • Shaik A.
    26/12/2018 12:39

    super praveen ur dng vy great job.u should b the inspiration of young india.

  • Udayabhanu N.
    26/12/2018 11:42

    'brut India' ?? It is an eye opener for all temples all around us

  • Bikki C.
    26/12/2018 11:08

    This is Pure INDIAN

  • Indira P.
    26/12/2018 11:03

    What an innovative idea. Go green. All the best

  • Beenakshi C.
    26/12/2018 09:51

    Well done

  • Vishnuratha P.
    26/12/2018 09:41

    Women empowerment envi friendly