Love that Trashes the Planet
Rakshabandhan is a special occasion to celebrate sibling love.
But, what’s the issue with that?
It is estimated that 80 crore Rakhis are sold in India each year.
Majority of the rakhis sold in India are completely non-biodegradable, and full of plastic.
And, after Rakshabandhan is done, all of it ends up adding to landfills, and polluting our water bodies.
What If Rakhis Can Grow?
But, what if we can make a rakhi that’s completely biodegradable, zero plastic, and can grow into plants after use?
The intention: To extend the life of these Rakhis beyond the Rakhi season.
Instead, they will find new life in the form of plants.