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The Mitticool World

The Mitticool World

The Mitticool World might sound strange to you but you have to look at the literal meaning of Mitticool world which is the world made of mud. Adversity brings out the best in some people and that’s what happened when earthquake struck the State of Gujrat  then a man thought of an idea that could change the world as we  see it . M. R. Prajapati who had a family tradition of pottery and clay products thought of launching products made of clay and mud. He came with the idea of E-portal which was called as Mitticool.in . There amazing product was the refrigerator which was made of mud and consumed no electricity.  

The Mitticool World
no electricity fridge

Mitticool.in has got patents for :

  • Mitticool.
  • Non Stick Clay Tawa
  • Water Purifier.

What is impressive about Mitticool is that they are promoting India’s tradition of pottery and again giving life to this dying art. You can go to this website and take a look at the amazing products its offering.

The Mitticool World
mud water cooler

Mitticool.in is offering a wide variety of products which are :

  • Cooker.
  • Non Stick Tawa.
  • Filter.
  • Matka.
  • Handi.
  • Kadai.
  • Diya.
  • Dinner Set.
  • Glass set.
  • Night Lamp.
  • Flower bowl.
  • Linear Bowl.
  • Curd Pot.

 

The Mitticool World
Mud Cooker

The exact website address is http://www.mitticool.in/ . The Least we can say it that you would be stunned to see the art and creativity in the products. Energy consumption is the basic problem of the world today and this website is doing is making products from mud which is degradable resource and can help you in saving a lot of energy. What this start up teaches us is that in adversity there is the best opportunity and that’s what Mr. Prajapati has done by creating this amazing product. Indiathenation is proud of such Indians who are preserving the fabric of Indian Heritage . 

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