As soon as Diwali arrives, the conversation around whether there should be a ban on crackers or not starts. There are divided views. Team A inclines towards culture whereas team B inclines towards the environment.
What if one can please both these sections? Well, 21Fools’ ‘Beej Patakha’ is the answer. With the current pandemic, pollution level and increase in the level of fog due to the weather, bursting cracker has been a dicey situation. Bursting firecrackers on the auspicious festival of Diwali has been a tradition for long now. It is done to light up the surroundings.
This year, 21Fools devised a unique way to enjoy the tradition of firecrackers, without harming our surroundings. Instead, doing good to it by planting some helpful plants.
“This festival of Diwali, Let’s celebrate new beginnings and the triumph of good over evil, and light over darkness by sowing a seed in the soil instead of bursting fire-crackers.”
Their diwali special package contains:
1. Two Coir Pots to grow few ‘Beej-Pataka’
2. Diwali Greeting Card printed on Seed Paper.
3. One Anar (Seeds embedded – Golden Shower Tree, Red Amaranthus, Green Amaranthus)
4. One Chakri (Seeds embedded: Onion seeds)
5. One Packet Tikli (Seeds embedded: Coriander)
6. One Lakshmi Bomb (Seeds embedded: Bauhinia Racemosa (Sonapatti/Aapta), Dill )
7. One Rocket: (Seeds embedded: Cucumber + Green Sorrel)
8. One Sutli Bomb: (Seeds embedded: Roselle)
9. One Naagin Ladi: (Seeds embedded: Red Amaranthus, Amaranth, Fenugreek, Purslane, Mustard, Green Amaranthus, Spinach..)
It is like giving yourself a diwali gift!
Diwali is a lot about giving back. These beautiful pieces are produced by local artisans, farmers & craftspersons in Paradsinga, Sausar Tehsil of Chhindwara (MP).
As beautiful as the concept is the design and popping colours. Riya Shah is the mastermind behind the design and packaging. The packaging has a quirky and distinguished classic design that is bound to win your hearts.
They also have other products like cotton masks, cotton bags, sustainable organisers, plantable stationery, and more.
They have more Diwali gift options available. You can check them out here!