all about evil eye rakhi

Among the plethora of colours in the kaleidoscope of beliefs and traditions, there exists a timeless symbol that transcends cultures and epochs – the mesmerizing Evil Eye. 

The Evil Eye is a captivating eye-shaped talisman believed to possess the power to ward off malevolent intentions and envious gazes. Across various cultures, it's known by different names – Nazar, Ayin Hara, Mal de Ojo – its essence, however, remains the same: a shield against ill will.

The beautiful Rakhi season is just around the corner, and Phool is here with 2 very special Evil Eye Rakhis - with blue and yellow beads. Let’s uncover the enigmatic tale behind the Evil Eye and trace its transformation into a Rakhi.

The Story of the Evil Eye

From ancient civilizations to modern times, the lore of the Evil Eye has endured as a powerful emblem of safeguarding against the unseen forces of negativity. This captivating tale dates back to years unknown. As folklore articulates its ability to silently absorb negative energies and transform them into positive vibrations, ensuring the wearer's well-being and harmony. Its mystic allure has traversed geographical boundaries, spanning cultures and civilizations, leaving an indelible mark on humanity's collective consciousness.

rakhi and evil eye

The Evil Eye, a bewitching eye-shaped amulet, originated as a talismanic symbol to protect against malevolent energies and envy. The idea behind the Evil Eye is that certain individuals possess a powerful gaze that can bring harm or bad luck to those they look upon with jealousy or ill intent. To counteract this, people began wearing or displaying the Evil Eye symbol as a form of defence. Over time, this symbol has evolved into a potent emblem of protection and has been integrated into various cultural and religious practices. 

The Fusion of Rakhi and the Evil Eye

Raksha Bandhan emerges as a celebration of the timeless bond shared between siblings. The sacred thread, the Rakhi, is a living embodiment of a sister's boundless affection, and a brother's steadfast promise to guard her. This profound promise, resonating with the essence of the Evil Eye, is a poignant testament to the sibling relationship's unbreakable spirit – a fusion of love, protection, and intent.

Picture the ethereal moment when sisters lovingly tie the Rakhi around their brothers' wrists, weaving a spell that transcends time and distance. This ritual, sacred and profound, encapsulates the very essence of the Evil Eye's purpose – the intent to safeguard and shield with an unspoken promise of care.

Phool: Where Traditions Embrace Transformation

plantable evil eye rakhi


As Phool brings in Evil Eye plantable Rakhi, a timeless symbol of protection converges with the auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan. The best part is the fusion of the sacred thread with an added layer of guardianship.

The beauty of this Rakhi does not end here. Imbued with the essence of sustainability, this rakhi is designed to be plantable. The Evil Eye Rakhi holds the potential to bloom into beautiful plants when planted in the soil. As the rakhi dissolves and nurtures the soil, it also brings forth the growth of new life, much like the protective aura it represents.

Celebrate this year’s Raksha Bandhan with Phool’s Evil Eye Rakhi

As we peel back the layers of shared intentions between the Rakhi and the Evil Eye – both a beacon of good wishes and protection, we also leave a beautiful message, a promise to Mother Nature.

May this Rakhi kindle a fire of hope and security, guiding you through the labyrinthine paths of life with an added layer of assurance...

Before you bid adieu, explore our collection of thoughtfully crafted plantable rakhis and spread the message of love and sustainability. Happy Raksha Bandhan!

August 21, 2023 by Ankit Agarwal