Ditch plastic rakhis this festive season for plantable versions.
Neighbourhood Lifestyle Desk/Avi Arya: You can always trust the people of Gurugram in making environment-friendly decisions as well as planning festivals and celebrations with minimum wastes.This time celebrating Rakshabandhan Eco-friendly style was the one thing they had in mind.
Plastic rakhis were discarded after the ocasion and so they cause environmental pollution, so this time when celebrating this year’s Rakshabandhan people of Gurugram decide to Eco-friendly rakhis instead.
Many people such as Kuldeep Singh, saying that how it’s so cool since it’s made with handmade paper, seeds and natural colours. And through these materials it was considered easy to make hand-make Eco-friendly rakhis.