Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Royal Enfield Bullet plows for a living

Indian made Royal Enfield Bullets are available for service with the army and police, deliver the milk to cities and even plow the fields, according to The Times of India. Here is a picture of the "Bullet Santi" (Bullet plow) being operated by its inventor, a farmer. He uses it to plow, sow and weed fields. The conversion costs small farmers less than even a mini-tractor.

The inventor created it in the early 1990s, but it is in the news now because it has helped inspire a new "club" in India to support innovative technology solutions. Companies that want to use the imaginative devices would have to license them.

Mansukh Jagani's Bullet Santi was patented by Grassroots Innovation Augmentation Network (GIAN) in the U.S. as well as India. Apparently the motorcycle can easily be detached to serve as transportation, but it is no longer a very thrilling ride since part of the conversion to plow is a conversion to a husky but less powerful diesel motor.

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1 comment:

  1. hello sir ,

    i have a little doubt regarding the cost of your new innovation .the cost of your tractor showing on net is between 14000 to 18000 and the tractor is made with royal enfield which only having cost of 50,000. then how it could be possible that the tractor willbe 15,000.


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