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The Gandhi Cloth Bags

The Gandhi Cloth Bags 

 eCoexist proposes a special event for the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti.

Gandhiji was a great advocate of simplicity and living close to nature. He believed in self effort and practised what he preached in his own life.

The UseMeAgain campaign aims to encourage people to return to the habit of using objects again and again rather then the Use and Throw habit that creates a huge amount of environmental pollution. The campaign aims to make Indian cities free of plastic carry bags that are used and thrown in thousands on a daily basis. We promote simple cloth bags made of unbleached cotton. These bags are made by dispriveleged womens groups helping them to earn an income while working from home.

For Gandhi Jayanti, eCoexist has designed special inspirational bags that take the teachings of Gandhiji and promote them through cloth bags. These bags can also carry a logo of the company sponsoring the bags and will then be freely distributed to the public or to employees of the company.

The bags come at a cost of Rs 80/- per bag only and can be customised for your needs. Discounts are available for larger orders.

The Gandhi cloth bag is a beautiful way of encouraging your employees to remember his words and to return to a more ecosensitive way of living.

  • Size: 15" x 17"
  • Price: Rs 80
  • Bulk orders of 50 and above only
  • For 500 bags: Rs 40,000
  • For 1000 bags: Rs 76000
  • Bags can be customised to take your logo in

screen printing at extra cost depending on artwork of your logo.

  • Three designs available

 Online query form

  •  Sinds Club Gandhi bags

 
 

Participating groups:

  • Bombay Natural History Society, Mumbai          
  • Sinds Club Shop Pune    
  • Daaram, Hyderabad
  • Either Or, Pune
  • Nilaya, Pune
  • Maati Crafts, Powai, Mumbai
  • Farmers market, Mumbai                         
 

Designs available:

 

 
 
 
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