Meenu, Saroj, Renu, and Lakhmi, young women from the Durrie weaving community in Badva, Rajasthan are using waste from the Durrie weaving process to make beautifully braided bands/rakhi held in place with charming buckles and buttons. The Covid19 pandemic poses challenges to their existing livelihoods. Wear and Gift these to remind a special person that you love and care for them while contributing to the weaver women.
Material 15%,Labour 40%, Indirect costs 10%. Social contribution 35%
Note: Due to upcycled threads, colors are assorted. Buttonholes are at a circumference of 16 and/or 18 cm.
Available in 6, 8, 10,12 thread variants
LuvAnd ____ is an initiative that fosters creative thinking, social responsibility, and transparent value sharing. Fuelled by a young climate activist's endeavor to bring climate equity, a third of the proceed will contribute to the creation of climate-resilient societies.