Nirvanam Bangles For One Week of School
Upcycled sari fabrics make a statement in these beautiful bangles for a cause. Named after the Sanskrit word "Nirvanam" for bliss, your purchase of these bangles will buy a young girl rescued from the redlight districts of India one week of school.
These bangles are made for Rosena Sammi by the women of Apne Aap, women rescued from sex trafficking in India.
All pieces are unique and colors and patterns will vary as these styles use upcycled saris.
Bright: Set can incorporate a range of colors including orange, red, yellow, purple, pink and multi-colors all in shades of light and dark.
Blues/Greens: Set can incorporate a range of shades in the blue and green family, including aqua, turquoise, navy, olive, lime, green-yellow and multi-colors all in shades of light and dark.
Neutral: Set can incorporate a range of earth colors including white, cream, grey, brown, beige, tan, taupe and multi-colors all in shades of light and dark.
Combo: Set can incorporate a range of all colors, but colors will match accordingly.
Sold as a set of 6. Diameter: 2.5"
Consider adding on the "Who's Sari Now Accessories Bag", made by the women of Apne Aap and perfect for gifting or storing these accessories.
All sales benefit Apne Aap, a charity that helps educate girls rescued from the redlight districts of India. To learn more visit DO GOOD!
As profiled on CNN!