Video: Story Of A Girl Who Tries To Capture The Sun In A Bottle To Light Up Her Home

The Logical Indian

October 28th, 2016

It is hard for us to imagine people living in a place which is still inaccessible by road and is even deprived of electricity. But there are millions of people living in over  20,000 villages across the country which don’t have electricity. What makes it worse it that many of these houses are built in such a way that light doesn’t reach inside even during the daytime. So what can be the solution of their problem? We can wait for  development at the current pace or we can look for innovative ideas to help them.

#LiterofLight has come up with a simple yet thoughtful innovation, where Pepsi bottles are turned into containers that capture sunlight and lighten up their homes and their lives. Pepsi with the #LiterofLight has taken the initiative to bring light to homes in the rural areas of Tamil Nadu and Gujarat.

To know more, visit: http://literoflightbangalore.org/

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