Main Keyword or Terminology used in eBrickkiln

The main keyword used in eBrickkiln Software which is easy to understand the software working and flow. Because these keywords are commonly used in all state of India.

Line type: In brick kiln business brick are placed inside the kiln or round in shape of line . These lines are in different shape and size so these different lines also known as Pawa type etc.  

Kachi Bhari: The process of filling kachi bricks or tiles in the kiln  or in Stock.

Round /Gher/chakker: Raw bricks are set up in a circular rows in a kiln. This circular path when meet on starting point is called a 0ne round or Gher.

Kharaba/Gaal/Wastage: The total of raw bricks or tiles that are wasted by rain or any other reason.

Finished Stock: Stack of baked bricks. Every stack of finished bricks has different grade of bricks. Brick kiln owners keep stack wise stock also.

Daily: A document filled by supervisor of brick workers to keep daily record of bricks made by brick workers.

Pather: A location where Patheras (Person whose make the raw bricks) molded the bricks.

Nikashi: Process to carry out the baked brick or tile from kiln.

Phukayee/Jalayee: Process to baking of bricks on daily basis.

Stack(Chakka or Chatha): Chatha or chakka is the place where bricks are placed after nikasi.


Sand/ Mitti

As we know Sand and Mitti / Clay are the basic requirements to make bricks.Some time mitti very close to kiln so there is no need to carry the mitti from XYZ location to kiln location.eBrickkin keep the record of carried mitti /sand easily which is the basic requirement of brick kiln owner.

  • Complete record of mitti/sand carried or shifted from particular location.
  • Total square foot mitti /sand carried from particular location.
  • Total carried tipper/trolley or n particular Dates.
  • Location wise unloaded mitti/sand detail.
  • As per work auto credit their account.
  • Compete ledger with work detail and payments.
  • And more related reports as per client demand.


Pather is the first process for bricks manufacturing industry which is carried by patheras (Person who molded the raw bricks) .Bassiclly these patheras are working under some agents (Jamadar/Mate).

  • Total bricks/Tiles made by Particular person.
  • Total bricks/Tiles made by particular Agents Labour in Partcular dates.
  • Area wise or pather location wise total raw bricks records.
  • Complete detail of account ledger with work and payment
  • And more related reports as per client demand
Wastage (Kharaba/Gall)

Wastage (Kharaba/Gall)

Some time during heavy rain raw bricks waste in pather locations  .and the same bricks can not used for kachi bhari. But the same bricks given to the persons who made those bricks .So those bricks counted via munshi (these process s called Pamayash)

  • Total wastage during particular season, particular dates.
  • Total wastage person wise, location wise.
  • And more related reports as per client demand
Kachi Bhari

Kachi Bhari

After pathayee bricks formed by patheras is carried into the kiln chaker or in shed for stock. Kachi bharyee is done through tractor or by bhugi. eBrckkiln software keeps record of every minute detail in this process like how many bricks are carried by an individual laborer, how many line filled by daily or in complete season etc.

  • Detail of kachi bricks carried by tractor or bhugi and thekedar wise.
  • Chakker wise detail of kachi bhari brick and tiles with line detail.
  • Total brick unloaded in stocks or carried from stocks to kilns.
  • Total chaker wise detail of lines and bricks/tile


Jalayee/Phukayee is the main process because this process is directly related to final product or item.The major investment goes to this process to make the final product.

  • Consumption of item detail in whole season or particular dates
  • Truck or Ton wise average burned line.
  • Alert regarding the access burnt item during jalayee/phukayee
  • Time to Time Stock position and requirement
  • And more related reports as per client demand


This is also very important phase in brickkiln industry because after jalayee/phukayee  brick is fully converted into final product. So these product or item carried out side the from kiln and placed in chakka/rack/chatha/stock category wise. This work done by nikashi personal or Nikashi jamadar/mate labour. After nikasi product or item ready to use for sale.  

  • Item wise percentage date wise or in season.
  • Item wise nikasi detail.
  • Personal wise nikasi detail and their ledger with work and payment.
  • Line wise nikasi detail and edger detail
  • Chakker/round wise nikasi detail.
  • And more related reports as per client demand


In this process software handed all transaction related to sale like cash or credit record date wise also keep the record of vehicle, agents, loading/unloading detail of labour involved in particular sale.

  • Item wise sale record date wise or complete.
  • Vehicle wise sale detail.
  • Agent wise sale detail.
  • Auto maintain the final bricks stock item wise according to daily sale after deducting the wastage of rora during sale.
Financial Account

Financial Account

Software keeps complete record of all purchases.  It manages ledger of the suppliers and keeps stock of every item that was purchased during the manufacturing process. and as per the consumption criteria of material auto stock maintained.

  • Complete Summary of Sale Agent
  • Sale Agent Wise Detail
  • Account Ledgers detail
  • Party wise Ledger    
  • Day Book standard
  • Trial Balance 
  • Profit and Loss Statement & Balance Sheet
  • Vehicle Wise Profit & Loss Summary
  • Vehicle Wise Profit & Loss Statement
  • List of Debtors and Creditors
  • Group Summary - Month Wise
  • Group Summary - Date Wise
  • Ledgers - Monthly Breakup
  • Leders - Daily Breakup
  • Show Nil Accounts
  • List of Cash Returns
  • List of Extra Charges
  • Ledger List


Using Purchase voucher you can manage the complete record of purchase items wise like  coal, lakri, diesel etc. and their consumption record also.

  • Complete detail of Purchase item wise.
  • Complete record of ledger with bill wise detail and payment.
  • Total purchase, consumption and stock item wise in particular date.