The Dar Cho Project, celebrating the Tibetan word for prayer flag "dar cho", is revolutionizing the accessory world by becoming the first and only limited edition Nepalese prayer flag flag bracelet. Created with a greater purpose, 100% of Dar Cho's profits are put towards building a new children's school in the Taplejung District in northeastern Nepal, a region devastated by the 2015 earthquake. Using only locally sourced materials and sacred Nepalese prayer flags, local Nepali artist Pravin Chitrakar has designed and handcrafted every single bracelet, selecting 5 colors to represent the primary elements of our Earth. The Dar Cho White Air Handmade Bracelet represents the air, providing protection from harm to its owner. Made from prayer flags blessed by local Buddhist monks in Kathmandu, decorated with hand-mined Himalayan quartz crystals and sewn together with wild grown hemp thread, the Dar Cho Project ensures that the communities who create these special pieces are treated fairly. Designed with intention and worn with purpose.
This company donates a portion of their time or profits to charitable efforts in their community or abroad.
We support small businesses and craftspeople who create each of their products with care. Handmade products are generally produced on a small scale, without the use of large energy consuming factories and production facilities. Buying handmade helps support art, communities, and people's livelihoods.
This high-yield crop grows quickly and usually doesn't rely on harsh pesticides and fertilizers, making it a dependable renewable resource. The cannabis plant produces more fiber per acre than common textile crops like cotton and flax, and actually adds nutrients to the soil instead of depleting them! Hemp is strong, breathable, and moisture wicking, and it requires minimal dye during fabric production due to its high absorbency qualities.
Some or all of the ingredients or materials used to produce this item have been sustainably harvested. Sustainable practices involve managing land in ways that prevent overharvesting, preserve the natural ecosystems and animal habitats, and ensure a sustainable harvest for the future.