Have you ever thought what are your rakhis made up of? Most conventional rakhis are made using plastic beads and small glittery embellishments on cotton or synthetic threads. Once discarded, these rakhis find way to dumping grounds, soil and water.
The tiny plastic decoratives will not decompose but eventually breakdown into smaller #microplastics.
Thus we propose these beautiful bamboo rakhis handmade using locally grown bamboo and cotton threads by folks in rural Maharashtra. When you wish to dispose it, simply bury it under soil. It will take long but will surely decompose and nourish the soil.
Please swipe and find bamboo rakhis that support more than 100 Burad families and 25 families of the Thoti tribe in Chandrapur, Maharashtra. These rakhis are made using bamboo and cotton threads.