To celebrate Rakhi, Good Earth has launched a line of crocheted rakhis under their Gumdrops selection, crafted by hand. We’re ditching the bling for these sober, sustainable and dainty pieces of love.
Make Your Baby Brother's Day With Hand-Crocheted Kids Rakhis From Good Earth
With cool patterns like watermelon, bananas, cars and tikki – these tasteful bands are for keeps. The rakhis are done by women from Bihar who work with Samoolan, an NGO that trains those with employable skills to enrich their livelihoods.
A set of two rakhis will cost you INR 550. They also have a silver plated rakhi thali at INR 5,200.
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These cutesy pieces are for you if you hate flashy and garish rakhis generally sold during the season. They also have coasters and coffee mugs which make for great gifts.
You can order these online on their website, so they can reach your long-distance brothers in time and directly as well.
Order them on the Good Earth website here.