You might have seen the above seen very often, now days it has started becoming quite common outside any temple in India.
Today evening when I went to a nearby temple I found an old lady sitting next to a cow with lots of grass with her, which she probably has collected from the nearby ground.
Unlike the other people, I also have paid her 10₹ and brought some grass to feed the holy cow as feeding cow considered to be an auspicious ritual in Hinduism.
Immediately a thought came into my mind that what a wonderful business model it is, it is neither B2B nor B2C but D2G (devotee to God)
A business model which doesn't need any investment, no working capital, no overheads and all your top line is exactly equal to your bottom line.
Revenue from devotees:
Average No of devotee visiting per day = 50
Devotee spent average Rs 10 Per feed,
Total revenue from devotee = 50 x 10 = 500/- per day
Revenue from the milk:
On average, a cow produces 24 - 26 litters of milk per day
Average rate of milk per Litter = Rs. 50
Total revenue from milk = 25 x 50 = 1250/- Per day
Assuming Cow Dung can produce Rs. 2,000/- Per month
Over all Daily revenue = 500 + 1250 =1750/- Per day
Total Monthly revenue potential = (1750 x 30) + 2000 = 54,500/ -
Isn’t it a healthy proposition?
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Please note the above article is just for analysis purpose and it was not written to hurt any bodies’ personal emotions.