By Editors

This Holi, while we intend on having a blast with our friends and family, we’ve decided to go the natural route when it comes to colour {keeping in mind the chemical repercussions} and we’ve compiled a list you can refer to! Here are LBB’s pick for colour shopping, both natural and otherwise.

Trash to Cash 

A socially conscious and eco-friendly organisation that specializes in handicrafts by the disabled.

Where: Featured at INA Market, Janakpuri Market. Pitampura Market, and Select City Mall just off the Atrium

Price: Pack of 5 starting at INR 450

Contact: Check out their webiste here and facebook page here for more details

I Say Organic 

One of our favourite organic food stores, it also has a wide variety of Holi colours on offer. You can phone in or place your order online at their website here. Colours on offer include Orange, Pink, Sky Blue, Red, and Yellow.

Where: A-53 Okhla Phase 2

Price: INR 80 per pack

Contact: 011-41087447


Floral and artisanal gulaal, blended skillfully, and best of all – completely natural. Let Red Earth India make your Holi a vibrant albeit safe one.

Where: For a list of places they are available, click here.

Price: INR 600 for 1kg {approx.}

Contact: Follow them on Facebook, here.


The NGO Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan {DJJS} has crafted a program to rehabilitate inmates of the Tihar jail. They make hand-made products, and for Holi they have a range of six gulaal shades, bright and vivacious.

Where: They retail out of Tihar jail, as well as outlets such as I Say Organic {find them here.}

Price: INR 80 {for 100 grams}

Contact: +91 8527398882; for bulk orders email them at


Available in three basic hues, Organica is our go-to for all things organic. Their colours are no exception; you can only benefit from the natural ingredients that go into making them.

Where: Available at all major multi-stores, or on their website, here.

Price: INR 75 {for 100 grams}

Contact: +918744044560

Visit their website here, and follow them on Facebook here.

Lajpat Nagar Market

We like to visit regularly for their vast range of products, and they definitely amp up their game for all festivals. Expect to find a host of vendors supplying colour, pichkaaris and other paraphernalia.

Khan Market 

Even though it is the poshest market in Delhi, they still have plenty of stalls with Holi colours and favours for you to check out as you walk around.

Sarojini Market 

Considering this is a street market where you can find cheap clothes, household items, and anything else under the sun, it’s not surprising that we recommend you visit Sarojini and check out their Holi offers.