A large wiro bound journal with cover and pages made from cow dung paper. This paper is recycled and handmade from cow dung and cotton rags.
Cow dung is typically full of short to medium grained fibrous materials from the cows diet which when processed makes excellent paper. Naturally dried cow dung from cow shelters (also called gaushalas) is brought back to the village unit 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).