Raksha Bandhan is just a few weeks away so I’ve rounded up a few women who are adding a special touch to the this sibling holiday! Browse below and support these small businesses and women entrepreneurs by purchasing your rakhis from them and adding a little pizzazz to this tradition! These are great for kids, adults, brothers, sisters- however you celebrate Raksha Bandhan I’m sure you’ll find something you love in this list! Feel free to comment below if you have any other favorite places to buy your rakhis! Read carefully as I’ve included some discount codes for a few of these special brands!
The Teal Fire Fly is the cutest little etsy shop is filled with all sorts of culturally inspired stationary! Laxmi, the designer, includes Jade & Rudraksha in her handmade rakhis which promote harmony & enhance overall health. Tip: Stock up on her “Sanskrit” cards ! I keep a few in my car so whether its a housewarming, birthday party or wedding- I’m prepared!
Here’s a rakhi that really pays it forward. Proceeds from purchases will benefit the children of the Earn and Learn program at Gandhi Ashram whose mission is dedicated to the upliftment of the underprivileged through love in Gujarat, India. The fabulous women over at Chai Mommas Blog also support sisterhood and therefore these rakhis can be gifted not only to your bro- but also your sis <3
Im obsessed with all of the witty puns you’ll come across in Pyarful’s collection of hand drawn designs (especially the food ones)! Her Rakhi cards, like her other stationary, are built on the values of celebration, connection and craftmanship- with the right amount of playfulness. Tip: Many of her funny cards, make for hilarious and conversation worthy wall art when framed !
These rakhis are personalized and you cannot beat the price tag of just $6!! If you’re browsing through Nimisha’s etsy page– be sure to check out many of her other personalized gifts and home decor! Discount Code: “CHUTNEY” valid until July27.
These sweet Rakhi cards from Paper Pad are designed by Anila Patel, who is an illustrator based in the UK (don’t worry, shipping to the U.S. is easy). The cards don’t come with a rakhi but you can easily attach your own 🙂 Tip: Her adorable prints of Hanuman & Krishna were the perfect addition to my nursery and make a wonderful gift !