Sisters and brothers share a special bond, and Raksha Bandhan is one occasion to celebrate that bond.
However, every year about 620 million Rakhis get dumped and then make their way into landfills. As most of the Rakhis on the market are made of non-compostable materials, they stay on our planet for many years, polluting our land, oceans and air.
But this year , let's celebrate this beautiful occasion without hurting our planet.
Introducing: Seed Rakhis . These beautiful Rakhis are handmade with upcycled cotton scrap paper that has seeds of wildflowers and vegetables in it.
After the festivities are done, soak your Rakhi overnight in water and sow it under a thin layer of soil mixed with cocopeat and manure to grow a plant.
Please mention the color of rakhi in notes while ordering.
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