Selling cow milk will fetch you money. But gau mutra (or cow urine) is no longer far behind either – at least not in Rajasthan.While a litre of cow milk may be sold by a dairy farmer at a price between Rs 22 and Rs 25 per litre, urine of high breed cows such as Gir and Tharparkar can fetch him Rs 15-Rs 30 per litre, reported Times of India.‘Don’t Mind Staying Awake at Night So That Urine Doesn’t Fall on Ground’According to the TOI report, Kailash Gujjar from Jaipur says ever since he started selling cow urine to people who do organic farming, his earnings increased by at least 30 percent. He says he does not mind staying up the entire night to keep a watch on the cows to ensure that the urine does not fall on the ground.Cow is our mother, so I don’t mind staying awake at night.Gujjar has also been selling milk since the last two decades, reported TOI.Another milk trader Om Prakash Meena, whom the daily spoke to, now buys cow urine from a Gir cowshed in Jaipur and sells it at Rs 30 and Rs 50 per litre.The demand for urine is high among organic farmers who use it as an alternate to pesticides. They sprinkle cow urine to prevent insect attacks. Many people use cow urine in rituals like ‘yagna’ and ‘panchgavyam’ during ‘janeu’ ceremony.Om Prakash Meena to TOI(With inputs from TOI.) We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.