Gulmeher (literally, "blessings of the flowers") is a collective of erstwhile wastepickers and other disadvantaged women in Ghazipur, New Delhi. The Evolution of the Gulmeher artists has seen them progress rapidly from making simple greeting cards with recycled paper and flower petals to intricate portraits, eco-friendly stationary, handcrafted boxes and bag, earthern diyas and natural colors. Gulmeher Currently supported by Shakti Foundation & the endeavour is to become self-sustainable and replicate such programs elsewher in the country to provide respectable and diginified livelihood opportunities.
|City Of Origin||New Delhi|
|Colour||Orange, Green, Yellow & Pink|
|Material||Flowers & Vegetables|
Celebrate chemical free Holi with these Natural Colours. The set of 4 colours are made using flowers and vegetables, making it perfect for happy celebrations.
Chamkila Peela: A Mix of raw turmeric, marigold, neem leaves, and natural fragrance of lemon peel.
Natkhat Narangi: A Mix of raw turmeric, beetroot, marigold, neem leaves, and natural fragrance of orange peel.
Manmohak Gulabi: A Mix of beetroot, rose petals, neem leaves, and natural fragrance of rose.
Komal Hara: A Mix of seasonal leafy green vegetables, neem leaves, and natural fragrance of green cardamom.
The colours are natural, eco-friendly, best in quality and well-sealed in upcycled fabric pouch. The colours can be used to decorate rangolis as well. Choose your safety while celebrating.