When a patient suffering from the disease of addiction gets admitted to our rehabilitation center, they are spiritually bankrupt which leads to physical, mental, and financial damages. and hence they lose their insight regarding their future perspectives. That is why we feel the importance of starting with some constructive means so that they not only recover from their disease of addiction but also help them earn a livelihood. 

Kailapira Dhoop Sticks is why under our rehabilitation program we are taking the next step forward with our skill development initiative where we are looking forward to providing a platform for our inhouse patients to reuse, reduce and recycle products made from solid waste management.

Kailapira Dhoop Sticks is our first step towards our skill development program in which Kailapira – The Mystic comes into existence, in which an organic brand of Kailapira dhoop sticks are made from temple flowers which are collected from various temples located in Dehradun. We’ve seen that tonnes and tonnes of this pious waste is dumped into water bodies making them lose their purity and sanctity. 

Hence, we are working with this idea of “Tera Tujhko Arpan” where we collect the pious waste from temples and reoffer it to the almighty in the form of dhoop sticks to pay homage. For the same we have collaborated with CSIR, India under an aroma mission to help us with the research and development of our organic dhoop sticks

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