Updated: June 22, 2018, 5:57 PM IST
Purchased machine for making dumplings In a special conversation with News18 Hindi, he said that after getting initial information, he went to Ahmedabad, the city of Gujarat. There, he bought a machine worth Rs 12,500. After this, he bought two dyes for Rs 5000. This machine transforms cow dung into small and easy-to-make packing items. (Also read- They earn 3 lakh rupees every month by selling organic vegetables)
Buy packaging goods going to Raipur- To properly pack and sell the dumplings, he went to Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh and bought the necessary packaging items. After this the business started …
Registration done on Amazon- With the help of his engineer friend, he registered to become a cellar. Amazon took all the information about their product and made them their seller to sell them. Rakesh has registered the brand in the name of his daughter Navya on Amazon. After searching Navya Agriculture and Allied Products on Amazon's site, their brand comes on the site. Currently, three of his products Upale, Gobar Khad and Ketchua Khad are being sold online. His rating on Amazon is 8 in the top-10. (Also read VIDEO: Earn 1 lakh rupees every month from pearl farming, government will help)
Earn more than 100 percent profit After becoming a cellar, Jaiswal makes a packet of his 24 dalas. The cost of one dish is 3 rupees. According to this, 24 Upalas are made for 72 rupees. After this, up to 4-5 rupees are spent on packaging. A packet on Amazon is sold for 199 rupees. Accordingly, they have an advantage of about 127 rupees on one packet.
Sell â€‹â€‹manure on Amazon
Registration has been done for 52 products- Rakesh Jaiswal has so far registered 52 types of products for sale other than cow dung, earthworm manure. Demand of cow dung cakes and manure made by Rakesh is starting to happen all over the country. In addition to India's, Hyderabad, Chennai, Gurgaon, Chennai, there are continuous orders of condiments and fertilizers from a hospital in the south.
Ready-made manure is also sold at home. Jaiswal tells that he sells manure on Amazon by making packets of 1, 2, 3 and 5 kg. They have the highest demand for 2 kg of fertilizer. The cost of making and packaging a kilo of fertilizer comes to 15 rupees and they sell it for 90 rupees. Similarly, the cost of packet of 2 kg of fertilizer comes to Rs 30 and it is sold for Rs 149.
First published: June 22, 2018, 7:50 AM IST