Celebrate Rakhi with a Difference | Eco-Friendly Seed Rakhi

Celebrate Rakhi with a Difference | Eco-Friendly Seed Rakhi

This Rakshabandhan, strengthen your bond with your siblings and do your bit for the world together. Instead of using a disposable rakhi, you can promote rakhis that are ‘eco-friendly’ and celebrate the festival more sustainably. The eco-friendly seed rakhi is usually hand-made with organic cotton & coloured with natural dyes, additionally, the rakhi also has seeds so when it is disposed in ground or put in a pot, the rakhi will blossom into new life.

We have curated a list of Plantable Seed Rakhis to save your time.

1. Plantable Rakhi Kit

These rakhis are handmade with paper & seeds, and only natural organic colours have been used for colouring.

Kit Includes:

  • Planting kit (coconut husk pot and coco peat cake)
  • Bright colour rakhi with tulsi seeds.
  • A Plantable pencil
  • 100% Biodegradable Packaging Kit.
  • Cardboard boxes with Roli, Chawal
  • Planting instruction card


2. Seed Rakhi Set

Seed Rakhi Set is eco-friendly Rakhi Set Handcrafted by Women Self Help Group as Rakhi Gift for Infants, Kids, brothers and siblings.

Contains:

  • Seed Rakhi,
  • 1 Planter,
  • 1 Instruction Manual and Roli,
  • 1 Seed Paper Organic Diary,
  • 1 Eco friendly pen
  • Type of Seeds: Tarota

3. Handmade Clay Rakhi

Eco- friendly, handmade, bio- degradable, flower Rakhi

Contains:

  • One Rakhi,
  • Instruction Card,
  • A biodegradable planter
  • A packet of soil

4. Set of 2 Plantable Seed Rakhi

Package Content:

  • 2 Seed Rakhi, Roli, Rice & dried rose petals
  • Each rakhi has about 50 seeds
  • Packed in organic cloth pouch
  • Type of Seeds: Radish & Tomato

5. Moon Shaped Organic Rakhi Gift Box

Contains:

  • Plantable Rakhi,
  • Moon Shaped Box with 3D Create design of Rakhi theme,
  • Roli Chawal.

This Rakshabandhan make a little attempt to nurture the environment we live in, along with celebrating the unique bond of a brother and a sister. These rakhis contain seeds, so once the festivities are over, all you have to do is plant them, water them, and they will blossom into a new life

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