Rakshabandhan or Rakhi is a festival that celebrates the special brother-sister bond . This year it is on 26th August and we are surely you must have started looking for the best and beautiful rakhis and loombas . So why not shop for a cause and buy some beautiful strings of love that would also help some beautiful souls in return. Listed below are Rakhis for charity and also some handmade rakhis by our super talented community members

Strings of Joys

These are being made by a passionate 88 year old Jana Devi Mall who would donate all the proceeds to help the less fortunate. Please do help her help them


Help Someone Walk

Mahima Sharma, a senior journalist, is doing an online charity sale of Rakhis thru FB, WhatsApp, to buy walking sticks for blind children. Those of you who can contribute by simply buying Rakhis, please let her know on WhatsApp call or SMS at 91-858689-7865 .  Let’s make a few lives light up, cheer up this festival season.

Crochet Rakhis by Sriparna Das Chakraborty of Armani Crochet

Exclusive crochet rakhis st Aamani’s Crochet – Specialised in Crochet Fashion or get in touch over call/WhatsApp 9953056368

Personalised handmade Rakhis by Divya Kedia Pruthi from Divya Creations

They can customise and personalise a handmade gift for your loved ones.  Connect with then at 9891010134


Personalised Fridge Magnet Rakhis by Neha Saharan of Just for Kix

Please connect on 9821788907


Eco Friendly Rakhis

Rakhis made of paper , wooden beads and cotton thread by a social enterprise ACT.Contact Nilanjana Das at 9711540102

Rakhi is the combination of five meaningful words.
R: rock strong relationship
A: acceptance all along
K: kindness to the core
H: heartwarming presence
I: idealistic relationship,
Happy Raksha Bandhan