Found the following steps to setup a compost bin with an earthan pot (Matka): (1) Take an earthern matka of large size with 6-8 holes along the central periphery and a drainage hole at the bottom. (2) Place an earthen saucer beneath the above matka or pot of an appropriate size to catch the draining liquid. (3) Above the earthen matka or pot you can place a small pot which fits into the matka's mouth and grow a plant or herb in it. The picture above has an Alor vera plant growing in the pot above the composting matka. (4) Now that the above three steps takes care of the "hardware" lets start with the actual composting process by first putting a layer of shredded paper, wood shavings or dried leaves into the composting matka. (5) Now simply keep adding the green kitchen waste to the composting matka. You can add vegetable peels, fruit peels, used tea leaves, coffee grounds etc. No plastic please! (6) As the composting matka starts to fill up give it a good stir or shake to aerate it. You can do this every 3-4 days to speed up the aerobic composting process underway in your matka. (7) In case the composting mixture is found to be dry add a little water or if too wet add a little of saw dust or shredded paper. Leave the mixture to cure for a month. In 30 days time you will have your organic manure ready! Am planning to set this up this weekend.. Would let you know how this turns up..