Eco-friendly Rakhi to grow the bond of love! Rakhis sculpted with seeds and love.

Siblings are the only enemy one can’t live without! Celebrating Raksha Bandhan this year may be a little different, but the love? Always the same. With these changing times, its time for us to change. Order Eco-friendly Rakhi this year and nurture your bond. The love grows, and so does the seed! Let’s order a box of eco-friendly happiness and love, and make a difference. Read on to find out more about places from where you can buy these Eco-friendly Rakhis.

1. Plant? Rakhi? Plant a Rakhi!

One thing we know is that the rakhi’s don’t stay for too long! While some brothers or sisters save it in their drawers, some lose it without their attention. Green Bundle has a solution to this problem. They have come up with an idea of sustainable gifting. It’s an eco-friendly DIY plantable rakhi gift kit. Cool, right? Check out their page for more details!

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2. Grow the bond of love!

A little unsure about these eco-friendly products? Don’t be! Sow and Grow is making greener sustainable eco-friendly products, and the best part is, they come at pocket-friendly rates! There’s nothing to not like about them.

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3. Tie your loved Rakhi and then grow a Plant.

We tie a rakhi every year, but this year calls for some changes. Ditch the same old Rakhi and rather opt for this Eco-Friendly Rakhi. This Raksha Bandhan, give these plantable rakhis that can grow into a Tulsi plant. ‘Let the Love Grow!’

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4. Rakhi that grows!

Made to reduce waste and increase the culture of growing, BySmmita’s Rakhi is a crowd favorite. Not known to many, but the Rakhi is actually a seed bomb made out of recycled seed embedded paper.

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5. Tie Me, Plant Me!

Tradition remains the same, just we take a step towards taking care of nature as well. Order yourself a Rakhi Set from Be Abhika and get a kit that contains a biodegradable pot, a packet of soil, and an instruction manual.

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6. No Bomb Rakhis, buy Seed Bomb Rakhis!


Rakhi that contains a seed bomb that you can sow into a planter, instead of throwing away as environmental waste. Creative it is! What’s more, the glitter used on these Rakhis is absolutely eco-friendly! Our suggestion? Buy a Bomb Rakhi and surprise your sibling.

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7. A box of Eco-Friendly Happiness and Love!

Who doesn’t love a box of happiness? But when the box is filled with eco-friendly products, the reason to be happy increases. The box contains an eco-friendly rakhi, some delicious chocolates and a gift for your sibling. Get yourself a lovely rakhi, a gift, and some happiness stored in a box.

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8. Nurture your Bond, Seed a Rakhi!

What they have is simple yet quirky plantable Rakhi, and are helping you celebrate festivals in an eco-friendly way. There’s no better way of celebrating Raksha Bandhan for sure.

Shop from- Seed Rakhi

9. #MeriBehanMeriTakat! Gender- neutral rakhis

Why does a brother only have to protect his sister? A sister battles every challenge when it comes to protecting her brother or her sister. Proving this statement true, Ba No Batwo presents rakhis that are gender-neutral, and we are loving it.

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10. Tie your Rakhi with Love and Grow its seed after!

The name says it all! Pure Eco India presents Rakhis that are lovingly made by hand for your sibling. These beautiful seed Rakhis are symbolic of your bond. Nurture your relations, as we nurture any seed to grow.

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11. 21 Fools

These rakhis are unique from all. They are handcrafted by the local craftsperson, farmers, and artisans in villages of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Yes, that’s true! Order an eco-friendly rakhi this year instead of the same old boring one!

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Also Read: It’s Rakhi time! Order subtle and quirky Rakhi online.

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