Celebrate Holi with natural colours this time!

holi.jpgI love the whole concept of the festival itself. But if there’s one thing I don’t quite like about Holi, it’s the hard-to-remove colours! It annoys me no end that one has to walk around with red heads, blue hair and yellow nails, looking like something out of a horror movie, even a week after Holi!

Well, here’s some good news for those of you who feel the same way. Say goodbye to the artificial colours and go natural! I do hope some of you Bangaloreans celebrate Holi using these colours!

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Kalpavriksh Environment Action Group, the Malnad Seed Exchange Collective and eCoexist present Rang Dulaar

Natural colours that care!

There are a range of three colours Red, Yellow and Green available in packets of 200 gm and 300 gm .

These natural colours are free of any chemical content and have been produced by the women farmers of the Malnad Seed Exchange Collective in Sirsi, Karnataka. The colours have been packaged by the women of the Yerawada Central Prison and will help them earn an income. These colours are being marketed by eCoexist products and will be available in Pune, Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Baroda and Hyderabad.

Order your colours today and be sure of a fantastic Holi!

To know more about our colours or to place orders directly contact: ecoexist@gmail.com or call 9850084383

To find our colours in your city go to http://www.e-coexist.com

To read more about the project go to http://www.kalpavriksh.org

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2 Comments so far

  1. Mysore (unregistered) on February 13th, 2007 @ 8:47 pm

    How interesting. Maybe we should buy our own gulal and hand it over to our visitors to put on our faces. That way we are guaranteed safe colors :-)


  2. gerry (unregistered) on February 20th, 2007 @ 6:50 pm

    nice informative posts . I think the government must make sure that natural Holi Colors must be used . The Media must educate and convince people on the hazards of chemicals that plays havoc on our skin
    Holi must be celebrated !! but not at the cost of our health



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