Clothes, rice-rice and fiber rakhis are made here, the demand as far as Delhi-South India. From Delhi, Assam to South Indian states, Chhattisgarh organic rakhis for sale

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This time organic rakhis are in high demand in Chhattisgarh. People all over the country like rakhis here. Be it rakhis made from natural dyes and handloom weaves in Balod or seed rakhis in Raipur. Whether in Janjgir-Champa, rakhis are made from fibers of lotus flower stems, vegetables, bananas and rice.

First, we will talk about Balod, where the demand for Rakhi made in a small village is from north to south. These organic rakhis are being prepared by preparing natural colors from vegetables and other things in Hamud village of the district. Women have made rakhis by getting tattooed and embroidering clothes by local weavers, which is in demand not only in the local market but also in the states of Delhi, Assam and South India.

A large number of weavers live in Hathod village of Balod district. The handloom industry is the livelihood of hundreds of people here. Faced with this, the district administration trained women in tattooing and embroidery and tried to empower them economically.

Demand from the states of Assam, Delhi and South India

After training, these women and girls thought of doing something new while watching the Rakhi festival. He got clothes from weavers and made such rakhis by tattooing and embroidering them, which were sold immediately. These rakhis were also uploaded on the portal for online sale, following which demand came from Assam, Delhi and various southern states.

Praised collector

Now the collector has valued the work of these women and described it as pride. Collector Gaurav Kumar Singh said that through such projects, the administration wants to make women self-reliant. Women who are limited only to the stove, become financially strong by nurturing their talents.

Rakhis cost 90 rupees

The cost of these rakhis is around 90 rupees as they are made from pure fabrics and natural colors. These rakhis are being prepared through Gauthans.

women in benefits

Designer Surabhi Gupta said that a total of 60 women are undergoing training here and 20 women are involved in this work. In this way, a total of 80 women participate in this task. He said that earlier, clothes were bought here from some local weavers and a sample was made. They were then spread through social networks. After that, there was a lot of demand for them. So far all the rakhis have been sold and the women are making a profit.

Use of such things as pomegranate skins, calendula flowers

In the rakhis prepared by women and girls, they use vegetable colour. These rakhis are totally eco-friendly. No chemicals of any kind have been used in this. Pomegranate hairs, marigold flowers, a mixture of iron and jaggery, gum, tea leaves, henna, catechu are being used to make rakhis, which spread a saptarangi hue. They are applied in such a way that it becomes a solid color.

The yellow color is made from calendula flower. Through the mixture of drag and iron, black color is formed, green color is obtained from henna. This creates the natural color, which is used in making rakhis. The rakhis are quite colorful and the print is also beautiful which attracts people instantly.

Rakhis are sent by parcel

The most important thing about this small town is that although there is no post office, online materials are sent through parcels to many states of New Delhi, Assam and South India.

Handloom cloth is available in the village for twelve months

Handloom clothes are made in this village. Usually these clothes are simple but now how women are getting trained here, they are doing colorful prints, tattoos and embroidery on these clothes. That is why the value of this clothing has increased and it is also being liked a lot. Here you will find clothes made by hand and decorated with natural colors for twelve months.

the interest of women is surprising

Madan Mohan Chaudhary, who imparts training in printing and tattooing, said the women and girls here are very active. In a short time he has learned to make natural colors, to transfer them to clothes and to make different types of objects.

Organic Rakhis that are made in Janjgir-Champa

In Janjgir-Champa district, women belonging to the Bihan group are making rakhis from the fiber of lotus flower stems. Apart from this, rakhis are also being prepared from the stem fiber of banana, flax, ladybug and vegetables, which are in high demand. This time the Rakhi festival will be celebrated on August 11.

Silk threads, pearls, rudraksha and colored stones are also used.

In different gram panchayats in Baloda and Bamhanidih blocks of Janjgir-Champa district, the women of the group buy silk threads, small and big beads, rice grains, different colored clothes, small Rudraksha, colored stones in the market. I am preparing and selling it. in the market, so they are making huge profits.

To sell these rakhis, stalls are being set up at the district panchayat level. Gange Maiya group president Laxmin Yadav and secretary Pushpa Yadav gave this information. Apart from this, rakhis are also being made from natural products by Parsapali, Mother Sharda Self Help Group of Bamhanidih District Panchayat.

Organic Rakhis made from seeds in Raipur

Eco friendly rakhis are also being prepared in Raipur which is liked by people. The district administration is helping women self-help groups to prepare and sell these rakhis.

vegetable seeds in rakhi

These rakhis are being prepared at Serikhedi, Gram Panchayat, under Dharsiwan block. The specialty of these rakhis is that they are made from seeds. Seeds like Coriander, Luffa, Pumpkin, Paddy and Coriander have been put in the Rakhis, which people can grow in their gardens.

Grow plants in your vegetable garden

Siblings can put their seeds in pots after bringing them on Rakhi day. The plants that will grow from the seeds will be a symbol of affection between brothers and will always be a reminder of this day. Also, these rakhis will play their role to better maintain the environment. They are made by women who belong to the group at Kalpataru Multi Utility Center, the livelihood center of Bihaan Yojana.

Rakhis are available at these places

Its price starts from Rs.25. These rakhis are available at C Mart located at Subhash Stadium, Raipur. Common people can go here and buy them. Apart from this, these rakhis have also been displayed at Bihaan Center located at Magneto Mall, Raipur.

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