Project Palaash was initiated with a vision to safeguard the life under water by tackling the problem of poor waste management in urban temples. We utilize the floral discards to naturally dye organic fabrics. Our aim is to bring in a new wave of sustainability in fashion, and revive the traditional Indian art form of handloom.
Each and every step, from procurement of flowers to packaging is coloured with eco-friendly methods. Making entrepreneurs out of our beneficiaries, we upskill them in techniques such as tie and dye, ombre, clamping and block printing on fabrics. This project treads on the glorious path of fusing creativity with environmental conscience.
Who are we?
What we do
We ensure judicious use of resources, reducing waste and promoting recycling to curb the social issues prevailing in our society.
With the increase in the pollution of floral waste and textile industries, student entrepreneurs at Enactus Aryabhatta sought to break through these hardships by initiating a project named Palaash.
‘Palaash’ is an abstract that turned into an innovation by merging art with an environmental conscience, academic knowledge, and innovative ideas with the will to succeed.
A flower suffers extreme agony throughout its journey, from being used as a decorative element to being thrown recklessly.
Palaash makes the end of a flower just as lovely as the beginning.
Great ideas are meaningless unless they are executed flawlessly. Everything changed for me when I switched from being a thinker to a doer.
Palaash- The bloom of sustainability.
-Project Head (2021-22)