How To Make This Rakhi Memorable

Can’t travel to your brother’s place to tie rakhi on his hand this year? Well fret not, we have some amazing tips to celebrate Raksha-Bandhan. Scroll down and pick how you want to celebrate it. 

Celebrate a plastic-free Raksha-Bandhan

Very rarely a thought is given to post Rakhi events. Most of us do not wear all the Rakhis for more than two to four hours. What happens to them after that? They are stored somewhere we never look back to and are eventually dumped. This dump finds itself polluting our oceans, skies, and our lands.  

This time you have a better alternative. Yes, Seed Rakhi, which is a rakhi with seeds in it, which when sown grows into a plant. Make your bro-sis relationship literally “Rooted” through  Seed Rakhi by indigifts.

Why choose Seedrakhi?

A gift that will always be remembered

Seed Rakhi is a gift that will always be remembered as it comes with real seeds of your favorite plant, which, with little care, could live longer as a precious token of love. Every time you and your brother will look at the plant, a flashback of a lovely moment spent together would create a sense of joy in your heart.

Gratitude to mother nature

At times when people are looking to make more and more sustainable lifestyle choices, there is nothing more amazing than gifting a plant to your sibling. This Raksha-Bandhan, go green with Seed Rakhi. It is totally biodegradable and the seeds used are quality tested. When it comes to doing a little for the beautiful planet, Seed Rakhi comes as our gratitude towards mother nature.

Health is wealth

Seed Rakhi contains the best quality organic seeds including that of fruits and vegetables with a promise of good health when they bloom. Imagine giving someone their favorite fruit for life without any chemicals in it!!

Be a helping hand

Seed Rakhi by Indigifts is providing employment to hundreds of farmers and women in collaboration with NGOs and SHGs. 

To date with SeedRakhi, more than one million lives have been touched, fifty thousand plus seeds have been sown, two hundred women have been employed, and ten plus skill development workshops have been held across the country. 

It could be one of the sweetest gifts you could give to your brother this Rakshabandhan. To mark the day as a memorable one, imagine planting that little seed in a pot with your annoying, sweet, darling brother. Seems so beautiful, right?

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