Rakhis by Baaya Design
This Raksha Bandhan, move away from the conventional with Baaya Design’s craft-based rakhis in exceptional designs. Moreover, ‘Rakhi Style Files’ by Baaya Design will teach ‘bros’ how to style the rakhis.
The rakhis by Baaya Design are made of Dhokra, Terracotta, Bamboo Scraps, and Copper Enamelling.
Here are a few craft-based Rakhis by Baaya Design:
- Dhokra – 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.
Style Options –
- When rocking a rakhi with a golden hue, a dark-coloured kurta would be the perfect contrast. E.g., A blood-red kurta
- The thread of the dhokra rakhi can be matched with a striped blue kurta to merge it in. The golden hue adds a subtle and opulent glint every time the wrist is extended from the sleeve.
- Terracotta – Put a new spin on Raksha Bandhan with Baaya Design’s terracotta rakhis. Completely handmade with terracotta clay and embellished with stones or another one adorned with beads, these rakhis will look amazing on your brother’s wrist. These rakhis are a pro-styling tool for the season.
- Recycled Bamboo scraps – Completely handmade out of bamboo scraps, these sustainable and eco-friendly rakhis look exquisite and tasteful.
Style Options: Style Options: With a red kurta, striking gold buttons and other gold detailing, the flower-shaped bamboo rakhi becomes the perfect match.
- Copper enamelling – The versatile craft of copper enamel has been used to make colourful and tasteful rakhis. This minimal copper enamel rakhi was crafted by artisans skilled in this rare craft.