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Figure 1: Different phases of Yava kshara preparation: (A) plants in field, (B) washed and cleaned plant for drying, (C) burning of Yava panchanga in open vessel, (D) ash, (E) addition of water into ash, (F) maceration of ash, (G) decantation process by cotton wick, (H) Kshara jala, (I) evaporation of Kshara jala, (J) water level, (K) slurry creamish material, and (L) Yava kshara

Figure 1: Different phases of <i>Yava kshara</i> preparation: (A) plants in field, (B) washed and cleaned plant for drying, (C) burning of <i>Yava panchanga</i> in open vessel, (D) ash, (E) addition of water into ash, (F) maceration of ash, (G) decantation process by cotton wick, (H) <i>Kshara jala</i>, (I) evaporation of <i>Kshara jala</i>, (J) water level, (K) slurry creamish material, and (L) <i>Yava kshara</i>