Nashik: Recently a big news has come out from Nashik Central Jail in Maharashtra. In fact, the hands of the criminals here are now doing something amazing, which is being discussed all over the social media. According to the information received, criminal hands are now making adorable idols of eco-friendly Ganesha. In fact, the prisoners of Nashik Road Central Jail have built 600-700 such idols of Lord Ganesha. Natural dyes are also said to have been used to paint these idols made of clay and cow dung.
Maharashtra: Ahead of Ganesh Chaturthi, Nashik Road Central Jail inaugurated an exclusive store to sell ‘shadu maati’ (clay) Ganpatis made by inmates. “They make 600-700 eco-friendly Ganpatis every year. All of them have been pre-sold,” said Superintendent Pramod Wagh (3.09) pic.twitter.com/TFZTJA8xDl– ANI (@ANI) September 4, 2021
Yes, and these idols have been made by prisoners serving life sentences in jail. The prisoners lodged in Nashik Central Jail have given color to their skills. Now these idols have been included in a special store in Nashik itself. One cannot believe seeing the Ganesh idols made by the prisoners. In this regard, Jail Superintendent of Police Pramod Wagh says, ‘Ahead of Ganesh Chaturthi, a special store has been inaugurated to sell idols made of ‘Shadumati’ clay made by the inmates of Nashik Road Central Jail. Here the prisoners made 600-700 such eco-friendly Ganpatis every year. All these idols have already been sold before Ganesh Chaturthi.
He also said that “the purpose of the prison is not only to punish the prisoner but also to reform them.” In fact, the prison has not punished the prisoner but reformed them.