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Cow dung drying in a village (India)

In rural India, dried cow dung is used as fuel and as building material. Cow dung is also called gobar.

I saw this on an Indian website: "Anyone who has eaten chapaties (flat bread) cooked on a gobar fire can testify how this fuel enhances their taste".

This photo is part of a series that I took in a small rural Indian village. For more info about this village and to view the other photos of this village, go to the photo album.

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Everyday Life in a Rural Indian Village - Khoaja Phool - खोअजा फूल 41 photos (selected)