Raksha Bandhan a thin thread of tradition that binds every brother and sister in a trustworthy bond of love and joy forever. Have you ever wondered where the Rakhi you tie on your brother’s wrist ends up? They eventually end up in the dump and contributes to waste as it is not recyclable. The expensive fancy rakhi threads developed out of plastic beads, toxic metal threads and artificial fragrances are non-sustainable and have no utility.
Organic Rakhi which eventually will turn into a vegetable plant/flower plant/herb. Made up of naturally dyed, super soft indigenous organic cotton yarn and seeds. The feel is soft, gentle on skin, non-toxic, biodegradable, sustainable, handcrafted with love by women group. The material used is handpicked from the farmers cultivating indigenous organic cotton, spin and weaved by women of different villages. When you plant the rakhi in the given medium, the cotton will start decomposing itself in the soil and the seeds will start to germinate and slowly becomes a plant.
Grow a small plant at home from the seed encased in this very special rakhi. It offers a symbolic care and comfort to your loved one.