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Ever wondered about the many uses of coconut shells? You can gift products made from them this Diwali

Indrani Thakurata


Bengaluru: How would it be if each one of us started to think green and gift green? The need of the hour is to do our bit for the environment which is revolting in the form of floods, earthquakes and droughts. And there is no time more appropriate than now, when the festival of lights is round the corner. Don’t add to the already polluted city you are living in by gifting crackers or products that increase the carbon footprint. Embrace green gifts this Diwali. Make a choice that will make for a happier and healthier future.

“I am a working professional and had no time to buy gifts from the market. I stumbled upon these amazing gifts from Srivari Coir, who sell products made from coconut shells and natural products. These gifts are green and would help sustain a green environment, I have bought these cute coconut baskets as gifts. They are reasonable and natural,” says Rama Sateesh.

“Srivari Coirs is a leading eco-friendly organisation committed in manufacturing, supplying and exporting an array of coconut fibre based garden articles for futuristic plant specialising in the manufacture of green products. The world is moving towards the eco friendly green products and products that help in water conservation. Our products meet both the criterias. Coco baskets, conical baskets, coc wall liner and hanger, coco pots, coco spanish pots,
coco spanish cup , coco poles , peat coins , netted coins, coco peat, coconut husk are some of the products that are most loved,” says Lalith Kumar, the man running the show in Srivari Coir. What started as a small venture took shape into something more concrete with many artisans working for it.

“The idea was encouraged by Coir Board and this has been lapped up by customers all over India as well as from foreign shores. We have a robust infrastructure spreading over a large area. It comprises latest technologies and automated machines. It is segregated into various units such as manufacturing unit, quality unit, packaging unit and logistics department,” says Lalith Kumar. He adds, “We have carved a niche in the market. Factors that add to our success are our products of supreme quality obtainable at competitive prices and safe and timely delivery to customer’s desired destination.”

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