What is SeedRakhi?

“SEEDRAKHI®, A SUSTAINABLE ALTERNATIVE TO SYNTHETIC, PLASTIC & NON-BIODEGRADABLE RAKHIS

Seed Rakhi is an organically hand-made cotton rakhi, crafted by rural women to be tied as a token of love, respect, and affection on the Indian festival Raksha Bandhan, honoring the beautiful brother-sister bond. An urge to take an eco-friendly route to celebrate the grand festivity, with an aim to carry forward the age-old tradition and conserve the environment led to the creation of India’s first Seed Rakhi®. Projected in 2018, this green initiative of making Sustainable, Plantable Rakhis works on the issue of minimizing the non-biodegradable remains of plastic-made rakhis and replacing them with rakhis made of biodegradable material along with seeds of indigenous plants.

Seed Rakhi Hampers

SeedRakhi, a novel idea, a collective effort, and a co-creation within the community of all classes brought something so beautiful that no jury could take their eyes off. And that’s what happened, Indibni won so many awards and was recognized for its innovative efforts in the sustainable domain. And what is Indibni? Indibni is its people.

Blogs

Mentors for Change

Mentor & Social Entrepreneur

Global President at Frost & Sullivan

Chairperson, FICCI FLO, Jaipur

CEO, Startup Oasis

Our Ambassadors

Founder and Partner at Cbetter

Mrs. Mukta M. Basandani

Art Enthusiast, Home Stylist

Ms. Kamakshi Basandani

7 years old, Class 2, MSMSV

Mrs. Anamika Joshi

Batto ki Bakwas

Our Partners

Impact

1 M+
Lives Touched
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Seeds Sown
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HAPPY CUSTOMERS
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Women Employed
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Farmers Empowered
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Skill Development Workshop Held

Testimonials

‘‘ The concept of Seed Rakhi® is awesome. Loved the designs which come at a reasonable price. My brothers never liked those sparkling rakhis which they couldn’t tie for more than an hour. So, I was looking for something more comfortable and this was just perfect! Thank you guys’’
bhavika
Bhavika Jain
" I bought the Tic Tac Toe seed rakhi for my brother as we used to play this game a lot in childhood. It was the perfect rakhi to cherish our memories and to help nature as well. Loved the smile he had when I showed this to him. Great concept! "
Shipra Baheti