In India, the Laundrymen population represents more than 12 millions people. Washing clothes by hand, in cold and shared water, carrying mountain of clothes between all the washing steps.
Indra is a washing machine that doesn't use electricity, as "manual labor there is still cheaper than machinery and electricity". Low-cost and low-tech, Indra leads to an easier washing condition and better water consumption control for Indian cities and villages.
Designed to be easily repared and build locally.
Indra also propose to heat the water, reuse the soapy water, or to filtre it.
It represents the accessible technology.