Ans: Every year, Damjibhai would keep aside some seeds from good crops. This way, the seeds went on from generation to generation. The good seeds would be placed inside dried lauki (bottle gourd), and the lauki was coated with mud. However, that year, when there was a good bajra crop, Damjibhai decided to protect the seeds by keeping them in a wooden box which he made. He put some neem leaves in the box to protect the seeds from insects. Different seeds were put in different compartments of the box.