Eco-friendly and artistic, these rakhis by Baaya are a hot pick this festive season
These unconventional rakhis by Baaya Design is worth the pick for its craft-based elements. From dokra to terracotta and bamboo craft to copper enameling, these rakhis stand out for their designs and approach.
Recycled Bamboo scraps
Absolutely eco-friendly, this rakhi made from bamboo scraps are handmade. This is for your brother who believes in sustainable fashion and his hearts beat for the planet. We bet the smile would be wider on his face.
A form of metal casting also known as the lost wax process, Dhokra is over 4,000 years old. The craft form is preserved by the artisans in Chhattisgarh’s Bastar region today and can be used to create attractive rakhi centrepieces that are accompanied by a colourful thread. Pick this one with sleek dokra. Also it goes very well with Indian ensemble.
Teracotta too is a heritage art and this completely handmade terracotta clay embellished with stones or and beads, is out of the ordinary.
This versatile craft of copper enamel can create magic and the art has been perfectly utilised to make colourful and tasteful rakhis. This minimal copper enamel rakhi was crafted by artisans skilled in this rare craft.