Ulhasnagar will probably be the first city in the country, not just Maharashtra, where the body will be cremated with wood made from cow dung. Yes, this ambitious scheme has been started by Dhanaguru Nanak Darbar. It is believed that while cow dung made of cow dung will liberate the deceased according to Hindu culture on one hand, the cremation will be free and financial relief will also be provided to the kin of the deceased. The third biggest important advantage is that trees will not be cut and the environment will be prevented from contamination. If you are seen in Ulhasnagar adjoining Mumbai then there are many places like Jhulelal Temple, Arya Samaj Vidyalaya, Satyanarayana Temple, Swami Dharamdas Darbar, Dhanaguru Nanak Darbar, Swami Shanti Prakash Naturopathy Center, Swami Shanti Prakash Ashram, where thousands of cows are there .
The body will be cremated with wood made from cow dung.
Such a large amount of cow dung comes out of the cowshed in Ulhasnagar that it has become difficult to arrange to throw it. Some cow dung farmers take it to be put in the field but the remaining dung has to be thrown in the drains which leads to drainage. In order to get rid of this problem, Baba Jasheerat Singh and Trilok Singh, the Gaddisars of Sant Baba Thahiriya Singh Durbar, thought of a good idea that why not make cow dung with the intention of using cow dung and cremation the body from it? Eventually, the cow dung was planned. The scheme was inaugurated on Wednesday in Ulhasnagar by Shiv Sena leader and youth army chief Aditya Thackeray. This plan of Dhanaguru Nanak Darbar is being strongly appreciated. This scheme will now be used by all the people of Ulhasnagar Gaushala and the bodies coming to the crematorium of Ulhasnagar, their families and the cleaning department of Ulhasnagar Manpa, besides the environment will get rid of pollution.